To prevent further problems Microsoft has opted to block the April 2018 Update to such systems.
Just weeks after the rollout of the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, a number of bugs have been reported, most recently for devices with Toshiba solid state disk (SSD) drives, Windows said in a Community blog post. Following the general availability of Windows Server version 1803 last week, Windows Insiders can also download today a new build of the next Windows Server Semi-Annual Channel release, which should be available later this year.
Microsoft said it is working with OEM partners and Toshiba to identify and block devices with these drives from installing the update.
As always, we've gone hands on with the new build to showcase all the noteworthy new changes you can find in build 17666, in case you're someone who doesn't want to install pre-release versions of Windows 10 onto your device for testing.
As to the timeframe for a solution for these Toshiba SSDs, Microsoft believes that a fix will be ready in early June; so hopefully within a month.
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If you're not sure how to go about stepping back to the Fall Creators Update, Microsoft gives instructions in the thread discussing the bug. The updates have a size of about 230 Kilobytes only, and are distributed through Windows Update to all machines running Windows 10 version 1703 or 1709.
All three updates are available via Windows' automatic update installer or as separate update packages via the Microsoft Update Catalog portal.
Windows users can run a manual check for updates to download and install the update on supported PCs.