Günter Born reports this in his blog Borncity. Born has received corresponding user reports that there is a problem with the event log after updating to the new build 18362.267. But it seems to be just an isolated problem. Thus, after some users experience an update, the system disk is bombarded with event items – a large number of new items are simply wasted by the system until the hard disk is full.
According to the user report, the user has noticed the entire event log and deleted the files. Initially it looked good, but after a restart it started again. Again in the event log under C: & bsol; Windows & bsol; displayed countless new entries of evtx files. These are apparently completely useless, there seems to be no real trigger for so many different new events. Malicious software on their PC also excluded the victims.
Another user reported the same problem, but only on an Intel machine – his AMD system was running normally after the recent update without a full event log.
It is not yet known about a possible trigger for the phenomenon. So far, Microsoft has not included this bug in the list of known issues, which can only be a matter of time.
Günter Born then started looking for clues and found a seemingly similar problem that occurred a few months ago.
Have you noticed new problems after the last update and, if so, have you found a solution? Discuss with us in the responses.
to download Windows 10: cumulative patch for the May update
Interesting articles and links about the update of Windows 10 May 2019 (1903):
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