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This Windows patch is breaking the Bluetooth connection.

Microsoft continues to make mistakes when releasing updates and patches. Indeed, complaints have arisen after the release of patch KB5005565. Some users have reported problems with Intel wireless adapters. Patch KB5005565 was released on September 14. It is also intended for Windows 10 21H2, 21H1, 20H2, and 2004 versions respectively. In addition, it was released to fix bugs. Although it has apparently caused others. In short, a Windows patch is breaking the Bluetooth connection.

A Windows patch is breaking the Bluetooth connection.

According to reports, this patch is causing bugs with Intel’s Bluetooth drivers. Specifically for some wireless adapters such as the Intel 720 chip. Some laptops reportedly lost Bluetooth functionality completely. For others, a code 10 error message appeared indicating power failure.

These are not the only problems. Freezing applications have been reported. As well as crashes when opening applications or files. There have also been reports of a white window when logging in. Fortunately, Microsoft has released a patch that fixes these bugs. This update is being implemented in a special way. That is, through a server-side update. Therefore, it is likely to take a few days to reach all users.

As already mentioned, this is not the first bug caused by Microsoft’s patches. We have recently reported printer failures. It is amazing how these failures continue to happen. The company says it is working hard to correct it. However, the facts seem to disprove them. As bugs continue to happen. In addition, the release of Windows 11 is less than a week away, and it has certainly raised a lot of expectations. And there is no doubt that Microsoft will continue to dominate the market. However, they need to improve the updates section. This is an anomalous situation for the user. So, This Windows patch is breaking the Bluetooth connection. All right, that’s all for now, see you soon!

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