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    KB5001330 and KB5001337: Updates cause problems with Windows 10 and games

    After installing the April 13th cumulative updates KB5001330 and KB5001337 mostly complain gamers about problems in games and crashes Windows 10. In addition to dropouts in vertical synchronization using VSync, various error messages prevent the updates from being installed correctly.

    New graphics driver prevents the installation

    Im Sub-Reddit r/Windows10 Players report that the cumulative update KB5001330 for Windows 10 2004 (“20H1”) and Windows 10 20H2 and KB5001337 for Windows 10 1903 and 1909 can already lead to blue screens and the error messages 0x800f081f, 0x800f0984 or 0x800f0922 during installation.

    The error 0x800f081f occurs when installing the updates

    In this context, Nvidia's current graphics drivers are also used again and again GeForce 466.11 WHQL and Intel's graphics driver 27.20.100.9466 named as the cause of the crashes. Crashes during installation also occur with graphics cards from AMD, regardless of whether Core-i-Serie or Ryzen.

    Nvidia sees cumulative updates as a problem

    Users who succeed in installing the updates in part with older versions of the graphics driver report errors in the vertical synchronization as well as in some cases significant performance drops.

    Nvidia sees the cumulative update for this KB5000842 of March 29th as the cause and therefore recommends accordingly an uninstallation des Updates.

    If you are seeing lower performance in games, check if rolling back Windows 10 Update KB5000842 solves the issue.

    Nvidia

    A corresponding discussion already exists on this in the sub-Reddit r / Windows10 Reddit. Meanwhile, players report problems in the form of significant FPS drops in Doom Eternal (Test) and Overwatch (Benchmark) as well as other games.

    Deinstallation provides a remedy

    Players affected by the problems report that uninstalling updates KB5001330, KB5001337 and KB5000842 will help. The uninstallation takes place via Update und Security> Windows Update > View Update History > Uninstall updates in the system settings of Windows 10.


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