According to MSI, the company has received several reports of this issue and is working with Microsoft to investigate the root cause. MSI advises all users to avoid installing the KB5029351 Preview update until a solution is found. The update is optional and is not required for Windows 11 to function properly.
The KB5029351 Preview update is part of the Windows 11 Insider Program, which allows users to test new features and improvements before they are released to the public. The update includes several bug fixes and security enhancements for Windows 11 but also introduces some compatibility issues with certain hardware configurations.
If you have already installed the KB5029351 Preview update and encountered the BSOD error, MSI recommends that you revert your BIOS to the previous version and uninstall the update from Windows.
You can find instructions on how to flash BIOS on MSI motherboards here. You can also find more information about the KB5029351 Preview update and how to uninstall it from the Windows Message Center here.
MSI apologizes for any inconvenience caused by this issue and assures its customers that it is working hard to resolve it as soon as possible. The company will provide updates on its official website and social media channels when a solution is available.