Windows 10 KB5001649 update is rolling out again to fix printing





The printer fixed roller coaster will continue while Microsoft redeploys the KB5001649 out-of-band update to users via Windows Update.

After installing the March 2021 patch Tuesday update, users have begun to report that Windows 10 crashes when a print or print job has missing graphic elements, blank pages, or other issues. It was.

To resolve these issues, Microsoft released two out-of-band emergency updates for Windows 10 -KB5001567 on March 15th to fix the crash, and released KB5001649 on March 18th for printing issues. Fixed.

For those who did not have the KB5001567 update installed, the KB5001649 update replaced it when it was released.

Unfortunately, many users have reported that they are unable to install the update and that Windows Update displays the error “This update could not be installed, but you can try again (0x80070541)”.

Yesterday, we reported that Microsoft has stopped publishing the KB5001649 update. Instead, all devices and virtual machines suddenly provided the previous KB5001567 update again.

When I asked Microsoft why the deployment was stopped, they said they were working on fixing a printer issue.

This afternoon, Bleeping Computer and Windows Latest confirmed that Microsoft has resumed rolling out updates for the Windows 10 OOBKB5001649 option.

It’s unclear what changes Microsoft made to the update, but tests performed by Bleeping Computer showed that Windows Update installed the update without displaying the 0x80070541 error.

If you are affected by printing issues, you can now install the update. I hope we can achieve greater success than last time.

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