The update described as KB3105208 is the “Windows 10 Insider Preview October Update”, it’s another cumulative update, and because updates are now delivered automatically you probably have already installed it. While the problem is serious, it’s only affecting those computers that have Secure Boot enabled, which means that Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 3, Surface Book, all other Surface devices are affected too. Microsoft is aware of the issue and it proactively working to find and push a fix. In the meantime, the company is recommending a simple workaround, which is to disable Secure Boot in the system firmware. Because not every device is built in the same way, how you disable secure boot will depend on your computer manufacturer. If you’re a Surface owner, you can disable Secure Boot with the following steps:

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On a statement acknowledging the issue, Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul, head of the Windows Insider Program said: As such, we’re hoping the company to release a new Windows Update to resolve the issue caused by update KB3105208. Although, this isn’t a good experience for customers, this is the price to pay to using a pre-release version of the operating system. Have you been affected by the Blue Screen of Death in your Surface Pro 3 or PC? Let us know in the comments below and tell us if the workaround solved the problem temporarily. Source Microsoft, Thurrott All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.