Microsoft has released update KB5020953 for those who have problem with OneDrive

Microsoft has just manually released update KB5020953 for Windows 10 devices that have errors with OneDrive. You will not find the new update in Windows Update

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Users had reported problems connecting to OneDrive on Windows 10 machines, even though they had all the updates installed. The error focuses on OneDrive being unable to start. The new update KB5020953 according to Microsoft resolves the OneDrive error, bringing everything back to normal.

The patch is not sent as an automatic update via Windows Update, as it must be downloaded and installed manually from the Microsoft Update Catalog, from here.

KB5020953 is a cumulative update, so you don't need to apply any previous updates before installing it. To get the standalone package for KB5020953, look for it in the Microsoft Update Catalog.

The fix for all other users who are not experiencing the issue will be included in the next batch of cumulative updates that will be released for Windows 10 devices as part of the November 2022 Patch Tuesday cycle. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns


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