Currently the cumulative update KB3176938 addresses the problem, but if your Windows 10 device keeps freezing or you can't find a way to install the update, and you're in the situation where you have two logical drives, and you moved app data to the second drive, you can use one of these three options to try fix the problem.
Now when my computer attempts to start up, it shows the gigabyte 3d bios splash screen, goes to a black screen with a command prompt-esque cursor blinking, maybe five or so lines from the top.
At this point it seems the only input it will accept is ctrl-alt-del, which restarts it and leads to the same outcome. Note: the selected solution is just for the sake of making this thread say solved.
As is the case with most Windows updates, the aftermath of the release of the Creators Update hasn’t been pleasant from Microsoft as they have been bombarded with negative feedback and reports of problems, issues and bugs.
It seems that one of the most prevalent issues affecting Windows 10 computers that the Creators Update has been installed on is spontaneous crashes and rebooting.
Usually some bad driver or virus protection has broken something that causes a crash in fltmgr.
flagged by BSOD as culprit yet probably due to antivirus conflict at update time. MS ESET can be an issue, depending on what 3rd Party AV products you have. Always remember to perform periodic backups, or at least to set restore points.I encountered a BSOD on my now 2 year old pre built system yesterday. Specs: Acer Aspire X1800 E1232Dual Core E5400 (2.7 ghz)n Force 630i motherboard Nvidia Geforce 7100 (on motherboard)4 GB DD2 Ram (400 mhz, Single Channeled) - There is lots of other info on Cpu Z but I think they are not very relevant.220W no name PSUAfter the BSOD, I did a force shutdown (holding down the power button) and the next restart was normal.I later checked my Mini Dump folder in the Windows Directory and found this crash dump file, related to the incident.If your Windows 10 computer has been spontaneously crashing and rebooting without any apparent reason following the Creators Update, the following are the most effective solutions that you can use to try and resolve the problem: Download and run Reimage Plus to scan and restore corrupt and missing files from here, once done proceed with the solutions below.It is important to ensure that all system files are intact and not corrupt before proceeding with the solutions below.Is it possible from looking at that Dump File to see what was at fault? PS posting a dump file on the internet isnt a a security risk is it?