BSOD Again: Microsoft was one of the first companies to release updates to them Meltdown and Specter vulnerabilities on all versions of Windows that still receive support. But as it turns out, at least two of these updates are more bad than good.
The error caused by the KB4056894 collective update in Windows 7. The known BSOD that reports the error is displayed: 0x000000c4.
Windows 7 users are already discussing this issue on TechNet, and some believe that BSOD is caused by compatibility issues with installed antivirus software. Microsoft, on the other hand, reports that Meltdown and Specter fixes are only sent to systems that use a compatible antivirus.
However, there are also some Windows 7 users who report that they are not using third-party security software.
Some posts in Reddit and Forums Microsoft shows that it is a widespread issue and the uninstall of the patch caused by BSOD is the only option, although this means that the systems will remain vulnerable to Meltdown and Specter attacks.
To uninstall a system that displays BSOD, you must use the "Repair your computer" screen from the start (either by pressing the F8 key or the corresponding key depending on the device manufacturer).
Open a Command Prompt window and run the following two commands one at a time:
Dism /image:d:\ /remove-package /packagename:Package_for_RollupFix~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~7601.24002.1.4 /norestart
Of course, Microsoft could release an update that fixes the problem in tomorrow's Patch Tuesday.