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JLF
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NUC6i7KYK issue after Bayhub Tech Driver update

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Hi everybody,

This post is just to inform that there may be a problem after BayHub driver update

Details :

Pilote de lecteur de carte BayHub Tech * pour Windows® 10 64-bit pour Intel® NUC

Dernière version: 1.1.101.1028

Version installée: 1.1.1.1009

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Installe le pilote de lecteur de carte Bayhub Tech * pour Windows® 10 64-bit pour Intel® NUC.

Date de sortie: 25 janvier 2019

Taille: 5 Mo

 

At least my NUC freezes after a while. I got the message Win10 seems no more working : stop ? wait ?

I could wait as long as I wanted nothing happenned so I had to shut down the computer through On/OFF switch button.

Further by swintching on the computer again and pressing F2 I got a blue screen telling me there was a problem with starting win10 and proposing me (among others) to restore to a previous restore point.

So I made it with the point previous the update and everything works fine again.

Now I have to wait for another update and I'm not gonna try this one again.

Bye

 

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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As the article states, there is a documented workaround available on the Avira site.

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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What update of Windows 10 are you using? 1809?​

JLF
Novice
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Yes it's the following one :

Microsoft Windows 10 Famille (64 bits) Version 1809 OS Build 10.0.17763 Build Branch rs5_release Locale Français (France) Windows Directory C:\WINDOWS System Directory C:\WINDOWS\system32 .NET Framework Versions2.0.50727.4927, 3.0.30729.4926, 3.5.30729.4926, 3.5.30729.5003, 4.0.0.0, 4.7.03190

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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You verified it was the BayHub Tech driver how? Just by going to a previous restore point? You need to install this driver again to verify that the problem is specific to this update.

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JLF
Novice
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Yes ! I looked if there was any other update before begining of troubles. There was a Firefox update and minor updates of my antivirus software (Avira).

I did not run any other software that could have been cause for these freeze problems.

The only thing could be a mistake during installation of the driver.

So I tried the installation again, as you asked me to do, 2 hours before.

The PC seems to work normally for these 2 hours. I hope it continues. I shall comme back here if something else happens.

Bye

JLF

 

 

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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JLF
Novice
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Thank you for the links. Very interesting.

I didn't notice that my PC was slower, but for a few days the boot is sometimes longer than earlier.

This AV issues with win10 updates may be/are the answer for the problem I had.

Was it at least a definitely freeze of Win10 or only a long slow down ? I don't know.

But I'm gonna uninstall Avira for a few time to see what happens.

 

 

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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As the article states, there is a documented workaround available on the Avira site.

...S

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