User feedback Windows 10 can’t successfully install KB4528760 cumulative update

Every once in a while, Microsoft releases windows 10 updates with unexpected issues. To avoid a trick, you and I may choose to skip some updates for the time being. However, as an important security update, the recent launch of the KB4528760 update has once again caused embarrassment. Many users reported that it was difficult to complete the installation on the device.

User feedback Windows 10 can't successfully install KB4528760 cumulative update

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Given the varied errors in KB4528760, we are unable to address the root cause of the problem for the time being. Some users said they had made some progress through Windows Update, but then failed.

When you try to update through Windows Update again, you receive another failure message. At present, Microsoft’s official forum case has passed a hundred, it seems that the problem is quite common.

Another record from the Feedback Center: Windows 10 1909 appears to cause problems with the computer when installing the latest KB4528760 update, even blocking the boot, displaying an error code of 0xc000000e.

Even after the update is installed, the same problem is still high. Another user, for example, reported that two minutes after the patch was played, it was a blue-screen crash (BSOD).

I didn’t do anything special, just retrieving and installing KB4532938, KB4528760, and KB2538243 in turn.

The result was a startup problem with the application after the restart, and by looking for a link to the patch description in Windows Update, you can see that many people have reported blue-screen IRQ issues on the CVE page of KB4532938.

In addition, users said they could n’unable to manually install the Windows 10 updates, and some even pointed the finger at Microsoft’s official Connect app.

Many users reported that they had recently uninstalled the Microsoft Connect application and were prompted to miss the latest cumulative update when it was missing the application.

Unfortunately, if a user deletes a Microsoft Connect application and experiences a Windows Update corruption after the January update, they need to download the Media Creation Tool to redeploy the Windows 10 operating system.

If you haven’t removed the Microsoft Connect application, but the update still doesn’t install, we recommend that you reinstall Windows 10 with Media Creation Tool, and then check for the update again.

Embarrassingly, microsoft doesn’t seem to be aware of the seriousness of the KB4528760 situation, even though there have been a flood of posts on the web complaining about the quality of the current Windows Update service.

Perhaps for a long time to come, the company will still need to take a hard scalp to clean up the mess left by Windows 10 updates and patches.