Windows 10 Insider Preview 16251.0 - BSOD Your device needs to be repaired

After installing build 16251 I get this BSOD

Your PC/Device needs to be repaired

A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed

Erroro code: 0xc00000bb

With F9 I go back to previous build.

I suppose is something to do with my PCIe SSD?

My Firmware setting is on "Windows Boot Manager"

 

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It looks like you are using UEFI Mode and it seems many have had to turn off Secure Boot to get the Installs to work.

After the Install has completed you should be able to turn Secure Boot back on.

Its worth a try to see if it works for you.:)

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I cannot find any "Secure Boot" option in my BIOS (or similar...) :(

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 We're having to make guesses about helping you because you haven't given any details about your system like make and model, year it was new, RAM, hard drive, etc.  Have you done a search for that error code?

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The only usefull information is about my Motherboard (MSI X99 Godlike) and BIOS version 1.8  All other (hardware) details have nothing to do with this problem.  As in my BIOS a "secure boot" option is not present, I had to install Windows 10 from scratch using "other system" in BIOS boot option and not "Windows 8/10", in other words I had to install without UEFI boot. Now everything works well, and I was able to upgrade to last builds (16251).

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Send mi please the KB number of 17017.1000 

You find him on Update history page https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/help/4018124/windows-10-update-history

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