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Solved: Windows 10 15063 Update Failure with Blue Screen

Posted on Dec 12, 2017 by Jean to Backup Utility

Summary:
Your Windows 10 gets stuck in blue screen after 15063 update? Or are you afraid of having no idea about how to fix death blue screen after Windows 10 15063 update? Here in the following, you’ll find effective solutions to prevent and solve Windows 10 15063 update failure with blue screen issue. Read and find solutions now.

Method 1. Rollback to previous system with Windows 10 system and data backup image

Before you update to Windows 10 15063 build, it's always smart to create data backup and system image. This will be very helpful to prevent data loss issues or system crash or Windows 10 15063 update failure case. And it's highly recommended for you to backup data and system into a second partition or external hard drive, which will help to protect data and system image.

EaseUS Todo Backup makes it free for you to backup data and system image with compressed formats so to take very small space on your PC or storage device. And it's free to restore backup images within 30 days.

1. Free download and install EaseUS Todo Backup in PC. Connect an external storage device with PC.
2. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup and click “File Backup” “Disk/partition  Backup” or “System Backup”.
3. Choose data and specify a backup destination, click Proceed to start backup data.

One more thing that you can do is to turn on the PreOS feature in EaseUS Todo Backup. When system suddenly crashes or stops working, you can restore the system from EaseUS Todo Backup. 
Or if you happen to meet death blue screen after Windows 15063 update, you can reboot the system and choose to boot from EaseUS Todo Backup, then this software will help you automatically restore to the previous system without any problems.

1. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup and click Browse to Recover.
2. Then choose the system backup image and click OK.
Then the software helps you to rollback to previous Windows 10 system without further operations.

Method 2. Use WinPE bootable disk to fix the Windows 10 15063 update with blue screen error

When your system gets stuck in the blue screen after Windows 10 14316/14328/14332 update, you can choose to use WinPE bootable disk to help you boot your system again. Follow next steps to create a WinPE disk now:

1. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup and click Tool, choose to Create Emergency Disk.

Create WinPE bootable disk.

2. Click Create WinPE emergency disk and select the disk location.
Then click Proceed

EaseUS Todo Backup helps to create WinPE bootable disk to fix Windows 10 15063 update failure issue with blue screen.

When unexpected Windows boot failure, system crash or blue screen issues after the Windows 10 15063 update happen to you, you can reboot the computer and choose to boot from EaseUS Todo Backup WinPE disk. Then you can restore your system to the previous stable state. 

Method 3. Enable UEFI boot from BIOS and disable all overclocking options to solve blue screen error

1. Go to C: > Windows > Software Distribution > Download 
Do remember to delete all the files stored in this folder and the $Windows.~BT folder in the root directory of “C:”.
2. Download the ISO files and create a bootable installation media.
3. Reboot PC and quickly tap F12/Delete key to bring up the BIOS menu once the display appears.
4. Disable all overclocking options and Enable UEFI Boot under the Boot section from the BIOS.
5. Finally, reboot PC via installation media and then you'll complete the Windows 10 15063update without any blue screen errors.

Method 4. Enter into Advanced settings and rollback to the previous version from blue screen error

If you are facing Windows 10 Windows 10 15063 update failure with blue screen problem, you can follow next guidance and force the computer to rollback to the previous system:

1. Restart computer twice or three times till the advanced option shows up. 
2. Choose to rollback to the previous version. 

Method 5. Perform a clean installation of Windows 10  15063

This might take you quite a long time and a lot of energy to fix the Windows 10 15063 update with blue screen issue. You can choose to perform a clean reinstallation of Windows 10 15063.

You can either turn to some professional computer manager for help or use a bootable disk to boot system and download a new Windows 10 15063 system installation files and reinstall again.