Author Topic: How to Repair Windows 7 BSODs Caused by KB2982791, KB2970228, KB2975719, and KB2975331  (Read 2695 times)

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How to Repair Windows 7 BSODs Caused by KB2982791, KB2970228, KB2975719, and KB2975331
19 August 2014, 10:09 am

KB2982791, KB2970228, KB2975719, and KB2975331 updates, which were all released last week as part of Patch Tuesday, are causing a number of issues on Windows 7 computers, including BSODs at first boot.  While Microsoft has already confirmed that it’s working on a fix, the company has also rolled out a workaround to help users deal with issues caused by the aforementioned updates.  This workaround is aimed at computers running Windows 7, Windows 8, and 8.1 and must be completed in the exa... (read more)

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