The Cumulative Update for May 2022 brought some bad news for Windows 10 and Windows 11 users, because apparently there were a number of problems that occurred after users installed this update. Even, Microsoft itself has confirmed the bug in the Cumulative Update May 2022 and Microsoft is currently investigating this bug and reportedly the fix has started rolling out starting May 15, 2022 yesterday.
Now interestingly, Sophos, which is a Cybersecurity company, explained how this bug could occur, and according to Sophos, this bug occurred due to a driver error installed in Windows 11 so that this bug eventually caused Windows 11 BSOD.
Sophos himself explainalthough this driver error is the cause of the problem, it turns out that the driver is an important and much needed part of Antivirus Software.
Regarding this report from Sophos, you can see the report on this page following.
So, are you still getting this bug, guys, and are you still getting a BSOD with an error code? Stop Error Index Mismatch messageif so, you can check Windows Updates and hopefully the fix has been rolled out, if not, you can just delete the update KB5013943 which you have previously installed.
Via : Sophos
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