Windows 11 update 22H2, was unleashed to the public on Sept 20. It’s already causing serious problems for some Windows 11 users and needs to be placed back in the cage it came from. When we say serious, that means Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) serious. Not only has it been dropping frame rates for Nvidia GPU-owning gamers, but the rough-around-the-edges update is wrecking PCs.

Thankfully, if you’ve been experiencing this issue, don’t worry; there is a fix that should hopefully prevent you from ever experiencing this annoyance first-hand.

How to fix the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error in Windows 11 | IT PRO

Microsoft urges you to update the Intel SST driver. The process differs depending on your PC’s manufacturer, so be sure to check out said manufacturer’s website for an update. Conversely, you can manually update the driver by going to Settings > Update and Security > Windows Update > View Optional Updates.