It is rare that there are PC crashes of the Windows 10 system after the auto-update!
Updates provided by Microsoft are of the highest quality, and typically cause problems rarely, they are optionally available in Windows Update, and the driver updates are well-tested.
Many user feels that Microsoft deliberately sabotaged him, but that's probably not the case.
It's more of a coincidence that a hardware component is about to fail, there are some really simple things you can do, such as checking if a driver has not recently been reinstalled, or graphics card swapped.
With new graphics cards, it may be that the power from the power supply.
In any case, you should not hesitate and secure all your personal information. If it is a serious problem and it comes to a complete crash, then you have at least the data for sure.
► Find and open My Documents Folders in Windows 10 from all users?
After this important step you can start with the error search,
if you have already excluded the graphics cards, check the free space on your C:\ drive, or rather partition. Over 22% of the drive should be free. This storage space is important for Windows 10, especially for SSD drives. If you have recently installed programs, you may have uninstalled them.
If the paging file is set correctly, if the paging file is on a separate, it has been checked. Space reserved in the swap file is used to store data that can be used by the system or applications, but could also be a cause of crash. Check the system drive and the hard disk with the paging file. ► .. Disk Check in Windows-10 Explorer!
Check which programs are started when Windows 10 is started
► programs and applications in Windows 10 Startup , these can also be the cause of the error.
Always create recovery points manually before applying updates. A recovery point is automatically created by Windows 10 Update before you make any installations. However, if you want an extra level of protection, you can create it yourself. .. undo Windows 10 system changes !
Temporarily disable anti-virus programs, or the Defender . If you disable your anti-virus program during installation, installation problems can also be avoided. You can also do it before upgrading Windows 10; the damage caused by incorrect anti-virus programs is not excluded because the hard disk is constantly being accessed, a misspelling or something similar can happen.
Other helpful tips:
► Windows 10 hard disk partitions !
► Delete unnecessary files in Windows 10 !