KB4567512, KB4567513, KB4567514 released fixes

The latest Microsoft updates released on Patch Tuesday June 2020 have revealed an unexpected problem with printers on some devices.

Microsoft confirmed shortly after the release of the updates that some printers do not work after installation, and added that in some cases even PDF printers are affected.Print.Test.Page.OK: an alternative way to a printer test page

So today the company released new updates for the affected versions of Windows that are supposed to fix the problem with the printers that occurred after Patch Tuesday this month.

The new updates are the following:

Windows 10, version 1903/1909: KB4567512
Windows 10, version 1809: KB4567513
Windows 10, version 1803: KB4567514

Microsoft states in its official release notes:

Fixes an issue that might prevent some printers from printing, displaying printing errors, or unexpectedly stopping applications and the print order.

What is important to know is that The above updates are not available through Windows Update and must be downloaded and installed manually from the Microsoft Update Catalog. Download links are available on the pages listed above.

There is currently only one known issue that Microsoft has yet to resolve and concerns Internet connection difficulties for some users.

"After you install this update on a Windows 10 device with a LTE wireless wireless modem (WWAN) modem, you may not be able to access the Internet. However, the Network Connection Status Index (NCSI) in the notification area may still indicate that you are connected to the Internet, ”the company said.


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