Microsoft and intel have now stopped the update being rolled out to devices.
Microsoft has announced its plans to prevent devices using Intel SSD 600p Series or Intel SSD Pro 6000p Series from receiving the latest Windows 10 April 2018 Update, because it may cause issues to machines.
Problems discussed on a Microsoft blog explain it could crash machines and force them to enter a UEFI screen after rebooting.
The company explained it was working closely with OEMs and directly with Intel to rectify the issues, but blocking them from receiving the update seems to be the best short-term solution at present.
If it's too late and the update has broken your computer already, you can roll back your machine to the previous version of Windows 10 (Windows 10, version 1709) instead.
To do this, you must hold down F8 while starting up your computer and restore from a previous version of the operating system.
“Microsoft is currently working on a resolution that will allow the April 2018 Update on these devices in the near future,” the company said, although it didn't reveal when users can expect to start seeing the update.
Last week, it was revealed the update could also cause black screen issues for other machines. Experts think KB4103721 is the problem, which too can be fixed by restoring from an older version of the OS.