Windows 11/10 KB5014668 fixes the problem that the system cannot be upgraded

Microsoft released the optional update KB5014668 patch for all supported Windows 10 and Windows 11 versions, which fixes the problem that prevents Windows 10 users from upgrading to Windows 11 (initial version) The problem.

However, according to Microsoft’s Windows Feedback Center, the patch itself also appears to have encountered installation issues, with some users reporting that the version failed to install with error code 0x80073701.

According to a user on the Microsoft forum, he has official support from Microsoft and said that this problem can be solved by the in-place upgrade, by downloading the ISO image and running Setup.exe directly to upgrade (click here to view the tutorial).

KB5014668 also added a search highlight function and fixed important bugs, such as reconnecting to a Bluetooth device, playing games that depend on specific audio technologies, and problems accessing Surface Dial settings.

If you like our news and you want to be the first to get notifications of the latest news, then follow us on Twitter and Facebook page and join our Telegram channel. Also, you can follow us on Google News for regular updates.

Leave a Comment