Although the windows 10 may 2020 feature update has been polished for up to 15 months, Microsoft made it clear in the official update log that there are still many bugs that have not been repaired. In addition to the known problems, there are also user feedback that devices with older NVIDIA drivers have a serious blue screen phenomenon after upgrading this feature update.
Microsoft said the blue screen problem was due to old drivers, only those with versions below 358.00 would be affected. From a technical point of view, you should be able to use May 2020 updates if you update these drivers.
Microsoft said that the relevant patches are under development, and devices using these driver versions have blocked their upgrades by default. Of course, Microsoft does not recommend users to use other methods to install windows 10 may 2020 update, because if the bug does not update the driver, it will still exist, and will still cause blue screen.
"In order to ensure your update experience, we have implemented compatibility restrictions on Windows 10 devices with the affected NVIDIA video card driver. After the driver upgrade, we will provide windows 10 version 2004 or windows server version 2004," Microsoft said For now, the only solution is to update the driver to a newer version. Microsoft said it was working with NVIDIA to fix the problem, but did not say when the patch would be released.