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Issues with Windows 10 Fall update (1809)

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Hi All 

Just a little heads up for anyone experiencing issues after updating to W10 1809 (Fall 2018 update).
You *may find your driver not starting properly and getting a message that 'something went wrong'. I *think this is an incompatibility with 1809 and to rectify the issue I reinstalled with the latest driver download which will take you back to version 1.2.52.0
After installing you'll get a message that the driver is outdated and to upgrade. I did not upgrade further at this point an my mouse driver works fine.
I suspect it will have to stay this way until the second coming of Christ.

Hope it helps someone out.

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I suppose this is more related to windows10 1809 since it is still not stable after all and causes a hell lot of bugs.
The best solution would be to stay with 1709 or 1807(or is it 1803? I still use 1709).
Also just for your information: never search for windows updates since this will give you Beta-Version

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Yes it's related to Windows 10 1809, thats why the title says Issues with Windows 10 Fall update 1809.
It causes a hell of a lot of bugs? mine's fine on a fresh install from the latest W10 image from MS.
Also I must have missed the part where I was advocating searches for Windows updates, can you point me to that part (as you said it was for 'my' information)?

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that for your information was just for everyone, just as a friendly recommendation.
Since your post looked like you were putting the blame more on swiftpoints side than on Windows, I wanted to say that its Windows' fault and not Swiftpoint's.
And as you see with the mouse driver: 1809 is not fine, it causes bugs.
And about those bugs: I can tell you just a small portion of them: breaks Razers Controll Software, causes bugs with Corsair iCUE and a old K95, broke Gainward Expertool.
 

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