I updated so many computers last week. Some are updated in 1809 and some are in 1903, but they all appear to be the same model.
The computers that we are using are Dell Precision 3420, some computers are having NVIDIA Quadro K1200 video cards and some others are running with AMD FirePro K2100 video cards. In all circumstances, the computer experiences consistent freezes and often blue screens.
I think that the cause of this issue seems to manifest itself primarily when running multiple computers, two or more computers seems to cause freezing.
Unfortunately, these computers are being used for 3D modeling which is the purpose of better video cards instead of using onboard. I can’t understand the cause of the freezing and for what is the purpose to resolve the issue.
But I have done a lot of things
I Ran an SFC scan to validate and fix corrupt files.
I Performed the command to fix Winsock problems in case they may be related
I Upgraded the BIOS on the devices to ensure it isn’t a BIOS problem
I Downloaded the chipset drivers, USB drivers, audio drivers, network drivers and other associated drivers from the Dell Support website.
I Uninstalled the current video card drivers and performed a clean install of the appropriate video card driver directly from the manufacturer’s website.
I Removed the KB4465065 update which appeared to be the only update that would impact how the OS communicates with the Intel chipset.
I Removed antivirus software to ensure that this was not causing an issue as we have experienced in the past.
At this point, I am not sure that any other ideas could work. It doesn’t appear to be hardware failures because it occurred on several computers all at once which all appeared to download windows updates recently.
Thus anyone has Any ideas or suggestions which should be appreciated.