KB5005565 for Windows 10 21H2/21H1/20H2 feature update has a lot of problems. While this cumulative update, released on Patch Tuesday in September, fixes several bugs, it introduces some new ones. Fortunately, Microsoft is working to fix these new issues, including through server-side updates.
Some users reported that bluetooth drivers for some wireless adapters, including the Intel 720 chip, could not work properly after installing the cumulative update KB505565.
One user pointed out: “ The Intel driver throws an ‘ Code 10’ Error, the fault is. POWER FAILURE’ Windows will then install a broken Bluetooth driver to replace it. .
Microsoft has developed a fix for the Windows 10 application issue, which is now being rolled out through a server-side update.
Multiple users reported a 0x0000011b error while using network-based printing, just after restarting the system to apply the update. To resolve the 0x0000011B error, open the registry editor and follow these steps:
1, in the registry editor, open the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Control/Print button
2, create a new DWORD- 32-bit value
3. Name it "". RpcAuthnLevelPrivacyEnabled"
4. Set the value to 0
5. Save the changes and close the editor