BSoD on Windows 10 machines referencing partmgr.sys when SED is installed
Updated On:19-07-2017 10:16
Various Windows 10 computers get BSoD after installing Symantec Encryption Desktop (SED).
This will happen multiple, random, times.
A reboot usually restores normal operations for an indeterminate amount of time before the computer BSoDs again.
From the crash dump:
Probably caused by : partmgr.sys ( partmgr!PmUpdateIoPower+1f8 )
This issue has been observed in some environments and is currently being reviewed by Symantec Development. Please contact support for further information on this report.