Intel is now looking into reports that some of its customers are experiencing reboots in systems that update to the latest firmware for Meltdown/Spectre mitigation.
Following on the heels of Intel detailing its new "Security-First Pledge", the company said it needs to review potential issues users have faced with the firmware patch against the Meltdown vulnerability.
The hardware vendor said these systems are both home computers and data center servers.
The company now says that while it thinks that GPZ Variant 2 is hard to exploit on its chips, it'll still work with its partners to release microcode updates and OS patches to mitigate the vulnerability.
It said it had no reason to believe the drivers were troubled by the second flaw, dubbed Meltdown.
Despite the rollout issues, the tech industry is still urging customers to patch their systems. But for those computers that really are performing compute-intensive tasks, you will want to make sure all of other critical security measures are in place taken, including operating system patches.