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06 February 2020 12:54

Microsoft is investigating reports that some Insiders are unable to update to newer builds with error 0x8007042b.

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The last few Insider builds of Windows 10 haven't been too exciting, with the focus primarily on fixing problems and making minor changes. Build 19559.1000 for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring is no different, but it does address a number of stability issues. General changes, improvements, and fixes include: Fixed an issue with the IME candidate window for East Asian IMEs (Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and the Japanese IME) not opening sometimes on recent builds. Fixed an issue that could result in explorer.exe crashing when backing out of folders containing.heic or RAW files. Fixed an issue that could result in explorer.exe hanging when attempting to delete certain large.tif files.

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Build 19559

Fixed an issue resulting in the top few pixels of a window getting clipped when using WIN+Up and then snapping the window to the side using WIN+Left/Right). Fixed an issue resulting in Event Viewer crashing when selecting certain events recently. For any Insiders using an arm64 device, such as the Surface Pro X, running Enterprise or Pro edition, you'll now be able to see and install Hyper-V features. Fixed an issue resulting in some Insiders experiencing a green screen in recent builds with error KMODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED. Known issues are: BattlEye and Microsoft have found incompatibility issues due to changes in the operating system between some Insider Preview builds and certain versions of BattlEye anti-cheat software. To safeguard Insiders who might have these versions installed on their PC, Microsoft has applied a compatibility hold on these devices from being offered affected builds of Windows Insider Preview. See this article for details. Microsoft is aware Narrator and NVDA users that seek the latest release of Microsoft Edge based on Chromium may experience some difficulty when navigating and reading certain web content. Narrator, NVDA, and the Edge teams are aware of these issues. Users of legacy Microsoft Edge will not be affected. NVAccess has released a beta of NVDA that resolves the known issue with Edge. Further information can also be found in the In Process blog post that goes into more detail about the beta. Microsoft is looking into reports of the update process hanging for extended periods of time when attempting to install a new build. Microsoft is investigating reports that some Insiders are unable to update to newer builds with error 0x8007042b. Microsoft is looking into reports that some Insiders are unable to update to newer builds with error 0xc1900101. East Asian IMEs (Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean and the Japanese IME) may be missing from the language/keyboard switcher (e.g. opened by Windows key + Space key) after upgrading from 20H1 Build 19041 or lower builds to Windows 10 Insider Preview build (19536 or later) if you have multiple languages/keyboards added. We are investigating the issue. In the meantime, please remove and re-add any keyboards that are missing from the keyboard switcher by going to Settings> Time & Language> Language> Preferred languages. It doesn't happen if you updated from Build 19536 or later. The Documents section under Privacy has a broken icon (just a rectangle). We're investigating reports that certain devices are no longer sleeping on idle. We have identified the root cause and are working on a fix for an upcoming flight. If your device is impacted, manually triggering sleep should work (Start> Power button> Sleep). WSL Issue 4860: Some Insiders are experiencing this error message when using WSL2: A connection attempt failed on Windows. Thank you if you were one of those who reported it on the previous flight—we have a fix ready which will be including in an upcoming flight. There's an issue in this build where if you bring up clipboard history (WIN+V) and dismiss it without pasting anything, input in many places will stop working until you reboot your PC. Photo credit: charnsitr / Shutterstock

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