Windows 10: Windows 10 KB4532693 & KB4524244 causing new issues

Discus and support Windows 10 KB4532693 & KB4524244 causing new issues in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; On February 11, Microsoft released new Patch Tuesday updates for all supported versions of Windows 10. Windows 10 KB4532693, which is the latest... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by WinLatest, Feb 13, 2020.

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    Windows 10 KB4532693 & KB4524244 causing new issues


    On February 11, Microsoft released new Patch Tuesday updates for all supported versions of Windows 10. Windows 10 KB4532693, which is the latest security update, is reportedly causing issues on some systems.

    After installing Windows 10 KB4532693, users are reporting that their Start menu and desktop reset to default state. Windows is loading an incorrect or temporary user profile, which removes the shortcuts or icons from the desktop and Start menu, which means everything is reset to their default state.

    “Installing this update trashed my user profile and created a temp. Uninstalling it returned my user profile back to near normal. I tried installing it a 2nd time with the same results. Also, it reinstalled One Drive (which I don’t use) and started migrating files to the cloud after it demanded I log in with my Microsoft account. So, I uninstalled it again and restored my original user profile. After the 2nd install and removal, Outlook was trashed as well and had to be fixed. Does Microsoft even test these updates before they push them out,” a frustrated user wrote.

    Users are reporting that Windows 10s’ February security update broke their PCs and uninstalling the update resolves the problem.

    It also appears that the software giant quietly shipped yet another update ‘KB4524244’, which is a security patch for some PCs. The update has triggered boot failures on HP computers for a number of users. These ssues seem to be connected with ‘Sure Start Secure Boot Key Protection’, as one user explains:

    “In our environment, this is happening on all HP AMD based machines with Sure Start Secure Boot Key Protection enabled. If we turn that off before the initial attempt to install the KB then the KB will install”.

    “We are also having this issue on all of our HP EliteBook 745 G5’s with AMD Ryzen APU. Sure Start is enabled on all of them. We can confirm that Lenovo based AMD Ryzen laptops are not having the same issue with KB4524244 with Secure Boot enabled. We have pulled this KB from SCCM. We have sent the issue to Microsoft Platforms DSE and they are looking at the issue internally,” another user said.

    Windows 10 February 2020 update looks like another mess for some customers and enterprises. One way to avoid these issues is to uninstall Windows 10 update that seems to have affected your device:

    • Open Settings and click on Update & Security.
    • On the Windows Update page, click on View update history.
    • Click ‘Uninstall updates’.
    • Choose the update (KB4532693 / KB4524244) you want to uninstall and click the Uninstall button.
    • Click ‘Yes’.
    • Restart your device and your desktop icons should be back.

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    WinLatest, Feb 13, 2020
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  2. KB4532693 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.657 & v1909 build 18363.657 Win Update

    Same, I dunno... *shrugs* Windows 10 KB4532693 & KB4524244 causing new issues :)
     
    RingTailCoon, Feb 13, 2020
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    Windows 10 KB4532693 & KB4524244 causing new issues

    KB4532693 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.657 & v1909 build 18363.657 Win Update

    installed then ran WU again and got a security update kb4524244 not sure what that is.


    Windows 10 KB4532693 & KB4524244 causing new issues [​IMG]
     
    biker66, Feb 13, 2020
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