Microsoft has just distributed an important security update with ID KB5001330 for Windows 10 2004, current Windows 10 20H2 and upcoming Windows 10 21H1, and there are already complaints about the update. On reddit.com Several users reported that update causes graphics problems or even constant loops when Windows starts up.
Obviously, the problems are mainly caused by low refresh rates, often when turned on VSync. Some users have also reported stuttering that repeats every few seconds. to me Gax Similar issues have occurred in the past due to an Nvidia Driver Update distributed via Windows Update. The current issues seem to mainly occur with newer graphics chips, such as Nvidia’s RTX 2000 and RTX 3000 series. The only remedy is to uninstall the update. To do this, press Windows Key + I, click Update and securityAnd the View the history of updatesAnd the Uninstall updates, Enter the update with the label KB5001330 uninstall And the And the. Update causes more problems during installation, which sometimes fail with coded error codes such as 0x800f0984 or 0x800f081f. Some users are also reporting screen flickering when maximizing or minimizing their Chrome or Edge window, others even report blue screens and boot loops after installing the update. Hopefully, a follow-up update soon will fix all of these issues.