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Microsoft has launched the non-obligatory KB5007253 Preview cumulative replace for Windows 10 2004, Windows 10 20H2, Windows 10 21H1, and Windows 10 21H2.

Microsoft claims this replace fixes community printing points inflicting 0x000006e4, 0x0000007c, or 0x00000709 error codes to be displayed.

The KB5007253 cumulative replace preview is a part of Microsoft’s September 2021 month-to-month “C” replace, permitting admins to check fixes coming as a part of the December 2021 Patch Tuesday.

However, in contrast to Patch Tuesday updates, the “C” preview updates are non-obligatory and don’t embody any safety updates.

Windows customers can set up this replace by going into Settings, clicking on Windows Update, and manually performing a ‘Check for Updates.’

As that is an non-obligatory replace, you’ll be requested whether or not you want to set up it by clicking on the ‘Download and set up’ hyperlink, as proven within the picture beneath.

Windows 10 customers may also manually obtain and set up the KB5007253 preview replace from the Microsoft Update Catalog.

Microsoft claims to repair networking printing errors

After Microsoft modified the Windows printing expertise to take care of PrintNightmare vulnerabilities, customers started experiencing errors when making an attempt to print to community printers.

Print jobs would fail when making an attempt to print to a community printer, and Windows would show a 0x000006e4, 0x0000007c, or 0x00000709 error, as proven beneath.

Last month, Microsoft started privately sharing printing fixes utilizing ADMX installers that manually added Known Issue Rollback (KIR) fixes to the Windows Registry.

These installers fastened the Windows 0x0000007c printing errors however didn’t assist with the opposite error codes folks have been receiving. However, Microsoft advised Windows admin in non-public assist chats that the fixes would formally be launched as a part of the December 2021 Patch Tuesday updates.

These fixes at the moment are being launched as a part of this week’s Windows 10 KB5007253 replace and allegedly repair the 0x000006e4, 0x0000007c, or 0x00000709 printing errors.

BleepingComputer has not examined this replace to see if it resolves this error. If you put in the replace, please share whether or not it resolved your community printing issues.

What’s new in Windows 10 KB5007253

After putting in this replace, Windows 10 2004 will likely be up to date to construct 19041.1387, Windows 10 20H2 will likely be up to date to construct 19042.1387, Windows 10 21H1 will likely be up to date to construct 19043.1387, and Windows 10 21H2 will likely be up to date to construct 19044.1387

The Windows 10 KB5007253 cumulative replace preview consists of thirty-three enhancements or fixes, with eleven highlighted fixes beneath:

  • Updates a problem that that causes some variable fonts to show incorrectly.

  • Updates a problem which may trigger the 32-bit model of Microsoft Excel to cease engaged on sure units while you export to PDF.

  • Updates a problem that shows letters or characters on the improper angle while you use the Meiryo UI font and different vertical fonts. These fonts are steadily utilized in Japan, China, or different international locations in Asia.

  • Updates a problem that causes Internet Explorer to cease working when utilizing the Input Method Editor (IME) to insert components.

  • Updates a problem that causes the Settings web page to unexpectedly shut after you uninstall a font.

  • Updates a problem that impacts your potential to rename a file utilizing folder view in File Explorer while you use the brand new Japanese IME.

  • Updates a problem that turns off display seize and recording functionalities on the Windows Game Bar after a service failure.

  • Updates a problem that forestalls the functions that you just use typically from showing on the Start menu as they need to.

  • Updates a problem that causes Internet Explorer to cease working.

  • Addresses a recognized problem that causes error codes 0x000006e4, 0x0000007c, or 0x00000709 when connecting to a distant printer that’s shared on a Windows print server.

  • Addresses a recognized problem which may forestall apps, equivalent to Kaspersky apps, from opening after you try to restore or replace the apps utilizing the Microsoft Installer (MSI).

You can discover a full record of fixes within the KB5007253 assist bulletin.


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