There’s a BSOD Bug in Windows 10 Version 1809 And You Can Trigger It Yourselves

We’ve known for a while that Windows 10 version 1809, also known as October 2018 Update, is one of the buggiest OS updates ever release, so it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that people have discovered another BSOD bug in the operating system.

And what’s more, it appears that anyone can reproduce it if their systems have been upgraded to Windows 10 version 1809, though it’s worth mentioning that some say the same issue exists on previous feature updates too.

Technically, what you need to do is to head over to Bluetooth settings and repeatedly click the Bluetooth toggle to switch it on and off several times.

If the bug exists on your system, this series of clicks should cause a system crash, forcing the computer to reboot.

Bad Bluetooth drivers?

By the looks of things, there is an issue with Bluetooth drivers and isn’t necessarily related to Windows 10, though the simple fact that some users claim the problem has been around for a while should ... (read more)

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