Windows 10 May 2020 Update was released to mainstream consumers on May 27, 2020, but it appears to be causing a number of issues on PCs from Lenovo. Microsoft and Lenovo have already acknowledged the compatibility issues striking Windows 10’s May 2020 Update, and the tech giants are working on a permanent solution.
Len. The list of issues is very long and Lenovo has already posted some of the fixes on its support page.
Many of the issues that have been reported are minor and a workaround has already been provided by both Microsoft and Lenovo. However, Lenovo has warned users that a bug in Windows 10 version 2004 update may lead to system failures and Blue Screen of Death on some ThinkPad machines.
Users who have already upgraded to Windows 10 version 2004 should apply the workarounds highlighted by Lenovo and uninstall the May 2020 Update if they get Blue Screen of Death error.
Known issues in Windows 10 May 2020 Update for Lenovo PCs
1. UltraNav Driver issues:
Lenovo says that UltraNav Driver issue affects ThinkPad E 570 and ThinkPad L570.
According to Lenovo, when users recover their PCs from a system image after upgrading to Windows 10 version 2004, theyt would be seeing an error message “Failed to load Apoint.DLL. This is a UltraNav Driver issue.
To fix the above error, follow these steps:
- Open Device Manager and select “Mice and other pointing” devices option.
- After expanding the menu, select Think UltraNav device.
- Right-click and update the driver.
Blue Screen of Screen
Another issue that you may encounter is a Blue Screen of Death.
The update triggers Blue Screen when you resume your PC from sleep/hibernate mode.
The Blue Screen issue is striking users with the ThinkPad P70 and Lenovo is currently investigating the reports. In the meantime, you can rollback to the previous version of Windows 10.
F11 Key not working:
Some users have reported that the F11 key on their ThinkPad X1 Tablet Gen 3 is not working properly after installing the latest Windows 10 May 2020 update
This issue is caused after system recovery and Lenovo has suggested below steps to make the key work normally again.
You would need to go to the Keyboard Manager. To access the tool, follow these steps:
- Open Control Panel.
- Select System and Security.
- Select Lenovo.
- Select Keyboard Manager
As we noted above, Microsoft and Lenovo are already working on cumulative updates to correct the reported bugs.