Windows 10’s May update won’t work on PCs with USB storage or SD cards


According to reports, Microsoft prevented its users from installing windows 10 update via USB storage or SD cards.

The company has planned to release a new update next month. Microsoft explained that it will prevent the installation of updates on those PCs.

During installation, it might pop up an error notifying “inappropriate drive reassignment”. And, as a result, it might affect both internal and external hard drives.

Therefore, during the update, it is suggested that you should disconnect or remove USB thumb drives, USB based external hard drives or SD cards and then restart the update.

According to reports, the users who are updating their Windows 10 from v1803 or V1809 versions might face this issue.

However, older than these version of Windows 10 can easily install this upcoming update. The company hopes to resolve this issue in future updates.

If you had installed Windows 10 updates and had managed to get Windows 10’s Sets to feature installed on your PC.

Then there are chances that the company could remove this feature from your PC automatically. The best thing is that you will be able to set the installation time.

Zeeshan Akram

Zeeshan Akram

Senior Editor, Mobile, and Internet | An aspiring blogger who keeps a close eye on open source, tech giants, and smartphone vendors.

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