Microsoft is rolling out the Windows 10 KB5001649 update after it halted the update on Friday evening. The Silicon Valley tech giant published this cumulative update on Thursday (March 18) to discuss printer bugs for those operating Windows 10 version 20H2/2004, but unobtrusively halted the update because of an installation bug that was crashing Windows 10 while printing the document which had missing graphic elements, have blank pages or other issues.
To fix these issues, Microsoft released two out-of-band emergency updates for Windows 10 KB5001567 on March 15th to fix the crashes and Windows 10 KB5001649 on March 18th to fix the issues encountered while printing.
Sadly, several users reported that they were not able to install the update and we suffering from'”We couldn’t install this update, but you can try again (0x80070541)” errors in Windows Update.
Now, the rollout of the Windows 10 KB5001649 update is live likely with a fix in place.
Windows 10 KB5001649 Update Summary
Currently, Microsoft is offering the KB5001649 update as an optional update for all the Windows 10 version 2004, 20H2 users. It is crucial to take note that issues addressed in this patch are quite limited and just those with printer or printing-related drivers have been impacted.
If you are encountering any issues after installing the March 2021 updates and you are utilizing the printers then you need to check if your computer or the system is up to date.
For updating your Windows, you need to open Windows Update and look for updates. From there you will be able to observe this optional Windows 10 KB5001649 update.
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