Most Windows 10 2004 issues still unresolved to date

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Key notes

  • Users started reporting Windows 10 2004 issues hours after the OS update became available for download.
  • Microsoft is working to fix the bugs in the meantime.
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Unresolved May 2020 Update bugs

Users started reporting Windows 10 2004 issues hours after the OS update became available for download. Most of these issues are still pending, with some of them preventing users from upgrading their OS.

As such, Microsoft is still looking to resolve glitches ranging from Bluetooth connectivity to driver compatibility.

Pending Windows 10 2004 issues

Hours before the Windows 10 May 2020 Update went live, Microsoft created two support pages for the OS. Well, today is the 6th of June 2020, and the known issues page is still replete with unfixed bugs.

Unfortunately, the other page for resolved Windows 10 2004 problems is still empty. The situation isn’t all doom and gloom, though. That’s because the company has acknowledged the pending problems and is working to resolve them.

The latest item to enter the list of unresolved problems is a DISM reporting bug.

After using the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM.exe) command /restorehealth to detect and correct system corruption, you might receive a report from the tool that corruption is still present. This can occur even when it has been repaired. An example for using the /restorehealth command is: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth.

The glitch has a temporary workaround, however. According to Microsoft, only the first scan gives an incorrect status of system corruption.

Therefore, any subsequent DISM diagnostics should deliver an accurate report.

Meanwhile, Microsoft expects to deliver a permanent resolution to the DISM issue about two weeks from today.

The only not-so-optimistic news is that some users are still unable to update their PCs to Windows 10 version 2004. Worse still, Microsoft has put a compatibility hold on their devices.

Affected users may, thus, not install the latest OS until the company has solved the problems preventing them from doing so.

Have you had any Windows 10 2004 issues worth writing home about? Has Microsoft fixed the problems, if any?Kindly reach for the comments section below to share your experience.


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