Last week I wrote about a bug that was causing the latest Windows 10 Mobile build to lock up. If you installed the April 2018 Update and started having issues, you’re not alone: thousands of others have been reporting the same issue. And, it turns out, it affects a lot of Android device owners, too.
It’s no mystery that Windows 10 is a big deal for Microsoft. Windows 10 Update KB5004237 was released last week and arrived on a few machines, and users have been reporting a number of issues. The good news is that most of the problems are simply bugs, and Microsoft is hoping to have them fixed soon.
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- Microsoft has released a new set of cumulative updates as part of its July 20, 2021 Patch Tuesday.
- Now users are noticing many problems after installing updates.
- KB5004237 seems to bring a new set of problems for people who have downloaded and applied it.
- In this article, we will inform you about all the major issues that KB5004237 introduced.
As with any new patch Microsoft releases, whether it’s for a new problem or as part of Patch Tuesday, there will inevitably be one or more bugs that affect users in unexpected ways.
During the distribution of updates this month, it also uncovered some issues that arose after users installed the latest batch of cumulative updates.
And as you might expect, this sets off an endless series of events where a future patch fixes the problems of the current patch, and so on.
Here are the issues Windows 10 users have noticed after downloading and applying the latest cumulative updates.
KB5004237 does not allow connection via RDP
This is the first problem to surface in the depths of social media, where Windows users typically notify others of their efforts.
Apparently things went a little crazier than expected after installing the KB5004237 update, which Microsoft released as part of its July Patch Tuesday 2021 event, as revealed by Reddit user GiliamOS.
After installing both hotfixes on some test machines and connecting via RDP, a corrupted connection is displayed. It works, but is visually worthless. Fixing the patch fixes the situation, but come on, Microsoft!
Does anyone have any idea how I can fix this after installing the patch? Changing the color depth, resolution or experience makes no difference.
At first glance, it seems that the cumulative updates were conflicting with the display drivers installed on his device.
The author even confirmed that after checking, he discovered that the installed version of the driver was from Microsoft and not Nvidia.
So far, there are not many reports of users having a similar problem. Some patches have a different effect on different users, while others cause the same problem for everyone.
We will continue to monitor the situation and keep you informed of any new details.
Did you experience any problems after installing this month’s cumulative update? If so, please share your experience with us in the comments section below.
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