Just a few days ago, Microsoft released the latest security updates for the Windows 7 operating system. However, it seems that the update can cause as many problems as it fixes. Many users who installed the update on the release date have reported incidents of the infamous “blue screen of death” crash after installation. Many users have also reported the inability to restart into Windows after the initial crash occurs and instead must boot their computers into safe mode to bypass the error.
Microsoft now recommends that users uninstall the patch and also warns that if users do not, that the update could also cause problems with certain antivirus programs. Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Windows OS and Windows Servers have been reported to conflict with the security update. The resulting error message states that licenses for the products are not valid, and so the software will cease to function.