In the middle of last month, Microsoft released Windows 1122H2, the first major upgrade to its new software platform. This release was accompanied by a number of issues, including blue PC death screens with Intel processors and reduced productivity in PC games with NVIDIA's video cards. At the same time, some users noted the disappearance of network printers after the upgrade was installed, and now Microsoft confirmed that there was another problem.
The fact is that the installation of Windows 1122H2 may disrupt the functionality of certain printer functions using Microsoft IP Class Driver drivers or Universal Private Class Driver. According to available data, the installation of an upgrade may result in the inability to use expanded printer functions such as colour printing, bilateral printing, change of paper size, paper type, etc.
The occurrence of such failures is unlikely to make users happy, so Microsoft has blocked the distribution of Windows 1122H2 to the devices affected by the problem. This means that users of such computers will not be able to obtain an update until Microsoft solves the problem. For the time being, the installation of the upgrade is blocked for all systems using Microsoft IPP Class Driver drivers or Universal Private Class Driver. Overcoming the locking can be done by removing the said drivers from the computer. When Microsoft has issued a correction to address the problem with the malfunctioning of printer functions, it is not yet known.