Microsoft may have fixed what wasn’t broke with Windows 10 BSOD printer patch

If you’re a fan of knowing that a modest printer can blue screen your entire Windows 10 PC, here are a few schadenfreudes that can get you into the weekend. Fix Monday’s patch blue screen issue, the patch may not have gone as planned. Some users are starting to report that their printers simply spit out blank pages or pages with missing graphics.

Now the company has released a second patch to address these issues. ZDNet):

Microsoft has identified an issue affecting Windows 10 devices that have applied the March 2021 security update released on March 9, 2021, and the out-of-band update released on March 15, 2021, and a workaround has been expedited. . Affected devices may receive unexpected results when printing from some apps or some printers. Problems may include missing or monochrome graphics, misalignment/format issues, or blank pages/label printing.

Some users say it works and may even fix some extra blue screen computers. Some say there are still problems. Good luck if you are affected!


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