The latest Windows 11 21H2 Patch Tuesday (build 22000.675) under KB5013943 for the month of May was released last night and is causing problems for many people. The updates seem to be buggy, and the reason for this may be related to the removal. NET Framework 3.5.
As a result, some users have reported that reinstalling components. NET 3.5 addresses the issues they’ve been experiencing, including one of our readers Neonix1 who says he got the following error message when trying to run apps like Discord, Capture One Pro, Garmin Express, MusicBee, sound card control panel Motu USB and Fanatec Control Panel after patching Tuesday:
Application Error: Application failed to start correctly (0x0000135). Click OK to close the application.
And, at the suggestion of another illogik reader, Neonix1 found that their issues were resolved with a reinstall. NET 3.5 manually. However, this workaround may not work for everyone, in which case rolling back the update may be the only other option.
For example, here’s a Twitter user and Windows Whistleblower who noticed that an update broke the Event Viewer, but the workaround didn’t fix the problem:
Feedback Hub also comes with various users reporting various issues, including Phone Link issues, black screen issues, BSODs, and more, as shown in the image below (click to enlarge):
Redditors on Build 22000.675 (KB5013943) have also reported several issues, including some of the ones described above.