Microsoft releases the out-of-band update to fix Windows 10 printing blue screen
The cumulative update released by Microsoft this month was found to cause the blue screen of death in Windows 10. In theory, as long as the user uses the printer, it may trigger the blue screen of death.
Subsequently, Microsoft acknowledged the problem and explained that some of the security fixes in the cumulative update caused an abnormality in the print driver template, which in turn caused an abnormality in the operating system.
In response to this issue, Microsoft released an out-of-band update to fix it. However, this fix still has an abnormality or it will cause an abnormal printing problem.
Now Microsoft has released the third out-of-band update to fix the printing problem, but it is still unclear whether this out-of-band update will bring new problems.
Microsoft discovered an issue affecting Windows 10 devices, including the cumulative update released on March 9, 2021, and the out-of-band update released in March.
The above update is used to solve the problem that the affected device may receive unexpected results when printing from certain applications or certain printers.
Possible problems include, but are not limited to, lack of graphics or solid-color graphics, abnormal formatting or misalignment, and the possibility of printing blank pages or label pages.
Currently, a new out-of-band update is provided in the Microsoft patch catalog to solve the above problems, and affected users can download it through the system update.