After installing the overall updates KB5001330 and KB5001337 that appeared on April 13th, gamers often complained about issues with games and Windows 10 crashes. Apart from being dropped during vertical sync using VSync, various error messages prevent updates from being installed correctly.
New graphics drivers prevent installation
Im sub-read r / Windows10 The overall update for Windows 10 2004 (“20H1”) is KB5001330 and for Windows 10 1903 and 1909 Windows 10 20H2 and KB5001337 are already leading to blue screens and reporting errors to 0x800f081f, 0x800f0984 or 0x800f0922 during installation.
In this context, Nvidia’s current graphics driver GeForce 466.11 WHQL and Intel’s graphics driver 220.127.116.1166 are repeatedly cited as the cause of the crashes. Defects during installation occur with graphics cards from AMD, regardless of whether it is Cordy series or Raison.
Nvidia sees the overall updates as a problem
Users who succeed in installing updates with older versions of the graphics driver have errors in vertical synchronization and in some cases significantly reduced performance.
If you see low performance in games, check to see if scrolling through the Windows 10 update KB5000842 can resolve the issue.
Discussion on this is already in Sub Redit R / Windows 10 Reddit. Meanwhile, players report issues in the form of significant FBS drops in Doom Eternal (Test) and Overwatch (benchmark) and other games.
Deletion provides a solution
Updates to KB5001330, KB5001337 and KB5000842 suggest that uninstalling may help players affected by issues. Takes place via deletion
Update und Sicherheit > Verlauf anzeigen > Updates deinstallieren On the system settings of Windows 10.
In the end, it is up to each user to decide whether to manually uninstall the overall updates, which may include security patches.
Update 04/17/2021 6:39 p.m.