The latest Windows 10 update is causing problems for some printers

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The latest Windows 10 update is causing problems for a number of Kiosra, Ricoh and Zebra printers, and Windows 10 computers are experiencing a blue screen error.

The latest Windows 10 update has caused some problems for some users of printers. It has been reported that some users encounter a blue screen after updating and when they try to open the printer menu with Notepad, Office or other applications. The blue screen is the annoying error that displays the message “Your computer has a problem and needs to be restarted”.

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Microsoft is aware of the issues and blue screen errors, and has even created a support page for Windows 10; Of course, the problem has not been solved yet and we have to wait for now. Microsoft is investigating the problem and will release more information about it soon.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. But according to Varge , a large number of users have reported this problem.

The problem with updating Windows 10 is affecting Kyocera, Ricoh and Zebra printers . It is said that at least 20 files from four clients have been reported on a website, and their printer has encountered problems with the Windows 10 update.  A number of Reddit users have also reacted to the problem, claiming that their printer has a problem.

To resolve this issue, you need to remove the latest Windows 10 update from your system. To do this, go to the Settings menu and select Update & Security. Then go to Windows Update and select View Update History. Then select Uninstall Updates and then Uninstall . Of course, you can also remove the latest Windows 10 update via Command Prompt. Some Reddit users have reported that this method solves the problem.

A Reddit user reported that some  Microsoft employees have come up with a solution that fixes the problem. Of course, you can print through the Command Prompt or, depending on the application used, use the Compatibility Administrator tool; But both methods are very complex and the proposed solutions must be followed carefully.