A couple of days back, Microsoft launched a brand-new cumulative update for Windows 10. The KB4579311 update was expected to repair a variety of issues with the os consisting of numerous security problem, however– once again– this update is showing problematic for lots of people.
The problems that have actually been reported range from failed installation with a 0x8007000d, 0x80073701 or 0x800f0988 error code, to black screens, printing problems, to not being able to log into Windows 10.
While most reports relating to these mistake messages come from people who have actually gotten KB4579311 from Windows Update, however it appears that downloading from the Microsoft Update Catalog is equally problematic.
As reported by TechDows, there are various reports from unhappy users on Microsoft’s assistance forums. In the case of failed installations, there are reports of Windows displaying one of two different error messages. The first checks out: “Some update files are missing out on or having problems. We’ll try to download the update once again later”. The second mistake message reads: “There were some issues in setting up the Updates, however we’ll try again later on”.
The first reads: “Some upgrade files are missing or having problems. We’ll try to download the upgrade once again later on”. There are issues even for some of those individuals that have been able to get the upgrade set up.
There are problems even for some of those individuals that have been able to get the upgrade set up. Some report problems logging into Window, while others complain about black screens at startup. Other reported problems consist of issues with printers and HDMI ports. In these instances, uninstalling KB4579311 fixes things.