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Yet another reason to ALWAYS turn off automatic Windows updates

Microsoft have done it again – an update the creates a BSOD error “Stop 0x50 in Win32k.sys” (image below)


The fix is relatively simple. Boot into the receovery partition, or another partition such as an install disk, open a command prompt and run

del %windir%\system32\fntcache.dat

More info on Microsoft’s KB article:


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