The nightmare for Windows 10 never ends. Following the failed 2018 update (October 1809), Microsoft released a cumulative update that causes BSOD (blue screen) on HP computers.
The cumulative update of Windows 4464330 KB10 for 1809 as well as KB4462919 for April (1803 version) forced two HP systems to fall into a never-ending routine, resulting in a blue screen (BSOD) without an easy return method regular function.
Microsoft has already recognized the error and stated that it is working with Hewlett-Packard to deliver a fix, but so far the corresponding KB pages of the two updates have not been updated with information about this issue.
The official update details of KB4464330 and KB4462919 indicate that they do not cause problems for Windows 10 devices, although it is now clear that things are not so rosy.
The observation was started by Windows users who had HP machines and posted in this thread of the Microsoft Community Forum that many of the HP systems have been affected by the issue after installing these updates (To see the thread you will need to fill in a random name that does not already exist in their database without having to do confirmation of data)
Discussions in the forum show that only a limited number of HP PCs with Windows 10 version 1809 will likely be affected by the problem, mainly because this particular version of the operating system has been temporarily withdrawn and not all of HP has been informed. The error also exists in the April 2018 Update, which now runs at almost 90 percent of all Windows 10 devices.
Microsoft has not provided any other information about a possible fix and an update that will correct the update problem (!!!), although it is self-evident that the company should work as much as possible to solve the issue as much as possible sooner. At this time, removing unwanted updates seems to be the only way for the affected users to progress.