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  1. Steve S

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    No GSOD here (GSOD, for green, is the BSOD of insiders).
    In fact I had some with previous insiders release, but not the last.

    I told you, my main issues are about the tablet input panel (TIP).
    But the biggest one is that I need to reboot the PC to have again access to the TIP (after hours of usage of my PC, but less than a day).
     
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    Good news, the yesterday cumulative update of the April release let us now kill the TIP when it become crazy, unresponsive and does not want to be closed. So, no need to reboot too often my GB 10.
     
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    My brand new i5/8GB/128SSD Surface Pro just won't install the new 1803 update.

    The initial error I got was 0x0000005. There was another error later that I forgot to jot down (there was a 9 in there).

    Things I've tried:

    - Create a boot USB and do a clean reinstall. When I tell Windows to restart using USB through Settings > Recovery, it doesn't boot from the USB, but just restarts but goes straight the login screen. I

    - Fresh start through Settings > Recovery.

    - Reset + wipe through Settings.

    - I've tried running setup.exe from the USB drive. All it will do is download the update again (which is weird, shouldn't it be on the USB drive I just created with Media Creation Tool?) and error on me.

    I'm utterly lost as to why this is happening.

    I should also mention that when I first started using the device it felt sluggish. Whenever I opened something, switched a tab or even started typing, there was a slight delay. It feels like the many reinstalls might have fixed that.

    Do you guys have any idea what's going on here?
     
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    MS released an update yesterday that should resolve it - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4100403/windows-10-update-kb4100403
     
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    Assuming you are still running 1709.xx have you verified the above KB has been offered? It is possible that since this was released on the 25th it hasn't propagated globally. From the KB article:

    Symptom Workaround
    When attempting to upgrade to the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, select devices with Intel SSD 600p Series or Intel SSD Pro 6000p Series may repeatedly enter a UEFI screen after restart or stop working.

    This issue is resolved in KB4100403.

    To get Windows 10, version 1803, we encourage you to wait until the update is offered to your device. Starting May 25th, if you’re an advanced user on an actively serviced version of Windows 10 and would like to install Windows 10 version 1803, you can manually check for updates. In the Search tab, type “Settings”. On the Settings page, navigate to Update & security > Windows Update > click “Check for updates”, which will include this resolution.
     
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