Table of Content
- 1 Problem1:
- 2 Fix KB4586781
- 3 KB4579311/KB4577671
- 4 KB4566782
- 5 How To Fix And Avoid Windows 10 Update Problems
- 6 How To Restore Windows 10 Update
- 7 Check your Windows 10 version
- 8 Block Windows 10 Updates
Every one is familiar from Windows 10 and its a pretty good operating system in general. Microsoft has tried to keep its operating system as consistent as possible with strong free upgrades (if no longer completely mandatory) to older Windows, etc. Unfortunately, the possible consequences of clicking on Microsoft Windows update quickly caused several of them to cause problems. There are several improvements. Early last year, Microsoft announced that a pending approval driver would no longer be released alongside the Windows 10 update. However, so far this year, the update seems as likely to cause problems as it was before. In this article we discuss the latest Windows 10 update problems and solutions on how to fix them.
Installation error, Error message, File explorer crashed, BSoD, System Repair Cycle
KB4598242 | KB4598229
Among the first updates for Windows 10 in 2021, the above updates should “improve the basic functionality of the operating system” and eliminate some minor security holes and issues in dark mode. However, many users reported that this update was causing problems rather than upgrades.
The most common problem with these updates is that they are not installed at all. The following error messages include:
Others will install the update but trigger a quite worrying failed startup and terminate File Explorer. We recommend that you temporarily stop the update (see below in this list). If you have it installed and your operating system is functioning properly, you are probably out of the woods.
Problem2: Error code: (0x8007000d)
Installation error Flashing mouse pointer Profile error BSOD
The latest update that is a headache for Windows 10 users was released in mid-November. For the most part, it works fine, but a small number but many users have complained about various problems with it. Initially the installation may fail and you will get the message: “Some update files are missing or have problems. We will try to download the update again later. Error code: (0x8007000d).” Fortunately, one possible solution is to pause the updating and continue after restarting your computer.
There have been other reports about the update removing profile settings such as: B. Desktop shortcuts and user settings, as well as fewer live error reports on the Blue Screen of Death. Scroll down to our settings section to solve it.
BSOD, Installation failure | File Explorer crashes. Audio problems. Printer problem
Microsoft released a series of patches for Windows 10 versions 1903, 1904, and 2004. Updates KB4579311 and KB4577671 are designed to address a number of security vulnerabilities and the “No Internet” error (shown below) in this list. While the fixes worked for the majority of users, they caused a lot of new problems for a few.
First, many receive a message that their device is “missing an important security fix” and that the update can’t be installed – even manually. Unless Microsoft fixes the previous issue, you’ll need to use the Media Creation Tool (with fix for October) at the end of the month to get this update.
Other issues include BSOD, crashes, and various audio and printer issues. The solution is to remove the hotfix and pause the update until it is fix.
Even though the BSOD (or Blue Screen of Death) error is bad, there is at least the knowledge and feeling that the Windows operating system is designed to do something about it. Green screens of death, on the other hand, are much rarer and therefore scarier, and that’s what some users are reporting with this latest debug update.
Luckily, GSOD is basically the same as BSOD, so it’s not always more serious, but it’s still a cause for concern, like a broken Windows 10 update. Lenovo users seem to be disproportionately affected by the side effects of this update. August 2020
While we’re waiting for a formal fix, some users have reported that disabling virtualization features like Intel’s Hyper-V virtualization and Windows Sandbox could help.
How To Fix And Avoid Windows 10 Update Problems
1. Install optional quality updates
When you enter the Windows Update screen (Settings -> Update and Security -> Windows Update -> Check for Updates) you sometimes see the option “Available Quality Updates”. This update is specifically designed to fix issues with the latest Windows update and will be the “correct” update a few weeks later after thorough testing.
These updates are still pretty stable, so if the latest update in Windows 10 is ruining something for you, it might be worth a try.
2. Uninstall Windows 10 updates
You can remove minor updates for Windows 10 (see the next section for information on restoring compilations) by doing the following: In Windows, go to Settings -> Update & Security -> View Update History -> Uninstall Updates.
In this window, scroll down to the main screen next to the “Microsoft Windows” and Here you will find all KB and Security updates for Windows 10 and their installation dates. Just right click the one you want to delete and restart it.
How To Restore Windows 10 Update
After each major update, Windows 10 offers a 10-days grace time in which you can return to the previous version. This is a useful feature and will give you plenty of time to determine if you have a problematic update. This, of course, won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you will be using a more stable version of the operating system. To do this, go to Windows 10 settings and click Update & Security -> Recovery. Under “Reset my computer”, you will see an option for “Go back to the previous version of Windows 10”. Click Start and follow the steps to restore Windows 10. Again, this option is only available 10 days after the Windows 10 compilation update.
Check your Windows 10 version
Before considering recovering and removing a Windows 10 update problems. It’s a good idea to double-check the version of Windows you are using to determine which issue is affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Updates and Security -> Show update history”. In the latest separate window, click on the next to Feature Updates to see which version of Windows you are currently using and click Quality Updates to see the minor KB updates you have installed.
Block Windows 10 Updates
The first thing you can do to avoid the above update issues. What’s more, is to take control when your Windows 10 is updated. This way, you can stop receiving updates as soon as Microsoft releases them. View the message a little to see if there are any major bugs, then do the updates yourself. Meanwhile, on Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option “Choose when updates should be installed” and choose the number of days you want to delay.
The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, Education or S, you can also pending updates by going to “Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update.” Here, select the option “Choose when updates are installed” and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it.