As part of the June 9 Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released a patch for one of the issues that has blocked some Windows 10 users — and Surface device users in particular — from being able to apply the May 2020/2004 feature update. But even after patching, Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3 users (among others) still won’t be able to get the May Update immediately.
After announcing on May 27 that it was starting to make the May 2020 feature update available via Windows Update, Microsoft also released a list of about a dozen previously undisclosed issues which potentially could cause problems for anyone applying the May Update. One of those issues has to do with potential unexpected restarts for devices with more than one Always On, Always Connected network adapter. Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3 both qualify as these kinds of devices.
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