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Here is The Solution to the Blue Screen of Death Problem Caused by the Windows 11 Upgrade

By Arthur

Oct 1, 2022

Windows 11 22H2, released to the public on September 20, must be placed back in its cage. The rough-around-the-edges Update is wrecking PCs. It has been dropping frame rates for Nvidia GPU-owning gamers and causing the disastrous Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) for some users.

Problem Caused by Windows 11 Upgrade

According to our sister TechRadar, PCs outfitted with Rocket Lake processors, the previous-generation 11th Gen CPUs, are affected. Don't worry if you've been having this problem; a remedy is available.

Problem Caused by Windows 11 Upgrade

Some Intel Smart Sound Technology (SST) audio drivers for Rocket Lake CPUs conflict with the Windows 11 22H2 upgrade. More precisely, driver IntcAudioBus.sys with a file version of 10.29.0.5152 or 10.30.0.5152 is at blame,

Problem Caused by Windows 11 Upgrade

according to a Microsoft study released on September 22 (opens in new tab). Users are now experiencing the BSoD, a halt fault resulting in the system shutting down due to a fatal malfunction.

Problem Caused by Windows 11 Upgrade

Thanks to an inbuilt digital signal processor, it controls interactions, including voice, speech, and audio. To check if you have this feature, navigate to Device Manager and search for Intel® Smart Sound Technology (Intel® SST) Audio Controller.

Problem Caused by Windows 11 Upgrade

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