When processor makers and software vendors in the world took urgent steps to fix two major security vulnerabilities, Meltdown and Specter, Microsoft got in the way of doing something wrong and stabbed it out.
After a lot of users in the Microsoft forums reported that they could not enter the system after patches (mainly the old AMD Athlon 64 platform), Microsoft has just officially confirmed that the patch has compatibility issues and is being withdrawn urgently.
Microsoft officialOn the support pageSaid they did not match the actual chipset technical documents used to plug Meltdown and Specter from AMD chipsets.
Currently, Microsoft has stopped the distribution of 9 patches to the AMD platform (mainly Win40 KB4056892 and Win7 KB4056894), and AMD is working together to solve.
Because in a few hours is Microsoft's Tuesday patch days, do not know if there will be a new patch to save AMD processor users.
Win7 user solutions (by Reddit User zip369):
After self-test by F8, enter the repair computer, select the command prompt, enter the following command
dism / image: d: / remove-package / packagename: Package_for_RollupFix~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~7601.24002.1.4 / norestart