Microsoft warned of bug in latest Windows security update

Recently Microsoft updated the Windows Health Dashboard, which can provide an overview of possible problems with the Windows environment. Recently, Redmond residents added new notification related to 0x800f0922, the issue of an update in security with the version Secure Boot DBX. This bug causes Windows Update in versions for the [each of] project.

Microsoft recently updated the Windows Health Dashboard. It allows users to find out what it’s possible to do in the Windows environment. Recently, Redmond issued a new notification for error 0x800f0922 caused by the latest security update-particularly with the version Secure Boot DBX (KB5012170).

This bug affects Windows Update versions for Windows 8, Windows 10 and Windows 11. Fortunately, this version of Secure Boot is only affected. The rest of the updates like monthly rollups and feature changes released on August 9th 2022 use immediately.

0x800f0922 when updating Secure Boot DBX (KB5012170) on Windows.

The American company has already warned it is working for the problem, although there’s still no time for the solution. However, it is possible to eliminate error if updating UEFI to the latest version before installing KB5012170. I doubt, but the time is now when your computer is ready for the update.

This is not the only issue that the Americans are working on; they also do themselves a lot of work to fix the one with which the OS can wrack the windows 10 and 11 at all, where the PC erupts after attempting to open XPS files and exhausts the RAM, locking the device and forcing the reboot.

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