The current release of Windows Update October 10 works much better than the first attempt, but there are always issues that affect a particular group of users. At this time, the update is suspended for users with two to current and obviously too early distributed Intel drivers, as this may cause compatibility issues.
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Also this new issue will be over the official one Microsoft Blog for Windows Update 1809 documented. The problems are due to some Intel display drivers, which also have the version numbers 126.96.36.19944 and 188.8.131.5245. They would be accidentally distributed by Intel and would drive features that are not yet supported in the current version of Windows 10, resulting in problems with the playback of audio via a monitor or TV via HDMI, USB-C or a PC-connected display to lead.
Whether you are affected if you use Intel hardware according to Microsoft easy to understand in the following way:
- From the start menu, enter Device Manager in the search box. In the search results, select "Device Manager".
- Find and expand the record adapter display.
- Right-click the Intel® HD graphics device.
- Select "Properties".
- Check the driver version. If the driver version is listed as 184.108.40.20644 or 220.127.116.1145, your system is affected by this problem. Please contact Microsoft Support for a solution.
What this solution should look like is not documented, but it is supposed to affect only a small number of users. Microsoft and Intel are already working on clarification, but even in this case it is once again advised not to initiate a manual update until then.