Stop logitech updating
Edit: just to clarify: this happened only once after the update, never again after a normal start.
Once users accept the new firmware, they are provided with updates as to how far along the flashing process the system is, with the whole thing completing before control of the device is handed back over.Update: Microsoft released the promised patch in September.However, it appears the problem may not be fixed for every webcam.That took me to a black screen with a set of white circles rotating at the lower end of the screen.This process didn't stop, so after 10 minutes or so I began googling on another computer, finding a possible solution: unplug any USB receivers, and when I tried this with the USB receiver of my Logitech M510 mouse, Windows booted immediately to my desktop.If you’re interested in the Logitech Create keyboard, you might want to check out our review of the i Pad Pro accessory.
yesterday, I updated my Windows 10 x64 Build 1607 installation, and after the updates were finished, I decided to manually reboot.
Unbelievable, but I would like to understand why this happens at all, especially regarding the fact that users reported similar behaviours back in 2015 already, so one would assume that Microsoft must have fixed this issue.
Can anybody explain what exactly happens here after the update that causes this very strange behaviour?
Microsoft just released an update for Windows 10 to address the issue discussed in this blog post. We just got a chance to do a remote session with one of the affected users.
It seems that something as simple as just adding Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder filter to Graphedit crashes Graph Edit (both 32 and 64 bit) with following call stack (also pointing to Comp Pkg Sup.dll).
Windows 10’s Anniversary Update broke millions of webcams.