Windows 10 update fixes Bluetooth, but breaks Printer for some users

Pause updates in Windows 10

Microsoft has had a bad run with Windows 10 version 1903 in the
past two months. The recent security and non-security updates
broke down a number of basic features, including
network adapters,
Windows Search and even caused
high CPU usage on some configurations.

Windows 10 KB4515384 shipped on September 10 and it comes with
several improvements, including a fix for the Bluetooth
connectivity and quality issues. Microsoft has quietly updated
its original documentation to clarify
that a Bluetooth bug which was causing the following problems
has been fixed:

  • Devices with the built-in speaker may fail to connect to
    Bluetooth speakers.
  • Devices with the built-in speaker will produce noisy (bad
    quality) audio when a Bluetooth speaker is paired.
  • Sound is generated by the internal speaker instead of the
    connected Bluetooth device.

Printer failures after second September update

The second September non-security patch
KB4517211, which was released on September 26, has fixed
Windows 10 version 1903 audio issues but has broken Printers,
according to users.

Windows 10 printer issue

On Microsoft community
forum and Feedback Hub, some users are reporting problems
with printers after applying Windows 10’s September 26 update
on Microsoft community. Oddly enough, some users have also
documented the printer issue
on the Google support forum.

“After installing kb4517211 the print spooler kept crashing.
Uninstalling the update and rebooting resolved the issue.
Reinstalled to test and print spooler crashes resumed. In
addition, the Start button would not work and reported a
critical error. Uninstalling the update again fixed the
problem. This is on Win 10 1903 RTM,” a user said on Feedback

Windows 10 KB4517211 installation issues

Windows 10 patch installation issue

A few users are also reporting (1,
installation issues with Windows 10 KB4517211. The update
reportedly fails to install on some configurations, but it
doesn’t appear to be a widespread issue.

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