The release of the April 2018 update for Windows 10 is ultimately not as simple as Microsoft thought it would be. In addition to reports on blue screens and bugs, reports of malfunction with Toshiba SSDs are now being added.
Microsoft initially confirmed that "some" Intel SSDs were not compatible with new version of Windows 10 and on 8 May 2018 specified that the Intel SSD 600p Series and Intel SSD Pro 6000p Series devices were affected.
But the two Intel SSDs were not the only devices that were not compatible with the new version of Windows 10. THE Woody Leonhard reported yesterday that (some) Toshiba SSDs were not compatible. Specifically the Toshiba XG4, XG5 and BG3 SSDs. Microsoft has confirmed this problem in the official answers forum.
Microsoft's recommendation for owners of these devices is to go back to the previous version of Windows 10 and wait for the release of a problem-solving version that the company hopes to release in June.
If you're unfortunate and want to restore your Windows operating system to its previous version, read our related article by instructions on how to do it.