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Old Aug 12, 2018, 11:42 PM   #1
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Default 1803 killed my gaming.

So, I was gaming one day and noticed that the game would pause for about 30 seconds and then start back. Didn't think much of it the first few times. Thought it was a screwup with the video drivers. Reinstalled them after a DDU and still had the issue. Went searching around in the Event Viewer and noticed that there were iaStorAVC errors at the same time as my games paused. I went through all the BS that the other forums had on it. None of it worked.

Reinstalled windows 10 and everything was fine. Did a few updates and still no problems. 1803 hit and then the freezing was back again. Did more research and found out that a lot of people are having the same issues I am having.

So, I went into the windows update settings --> Advanced Options --> and went to the Choose When Updates Are Installed and changed them all to the max settings. Feature Updates are 365 and Quality is at 30.

Then re-reinstalled Windows.

So far so good. No 1803 and no freezing games.

Now I just got to figure out what all the DistributedCOM 10016 errors are about and I'm golden.

Took a better part of a weekend.

THANKS MICROSOFT!!!!!
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Old Aug 15, 2018, 11:11 AM   #2
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Well good that it seems to be sorted.

But I have seen quite few failing hard drives with that kind of behavior.
Check your SMART status and your bad sector count to see if it is growing.

Probably just windows being windows , but catching HDD failures early can save a lot of grief so it probably worth a check.
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Old Aug 15, 2018, 08:27 PM   #3
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Well good that it seems to be sorted.

But I have seen quite few failing hard drives with that kind of behavior.
Check your SMART status and your bad sector count to see if it is growing.

Probably just windows being windows , but catching HDD failures early can save a lot of grief so it probably worth a check.
That was the first thing that I checked.

I've not had 1 single iaStorAVC error since reinstalling and halting the 1803 update.

I've been up 2 and 1/2 days solid and not a peep.

I really think that it is windows being windows.

Also, I've pinned the DistributedCOM 10016 error to my Private Internet Access VPN.
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Old Sep 3, 2018, 11:44 PM   #4
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Welp, it was the device driver.

Changed everything over to the Standard SATA AHCI Controller and all my issues went away.
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