After reporting serious problems such as system failures, Microsoft suspended and withdrew its distribution of Windows 10KB 4524244. The cumulative update was released on Tuesday, the February 11 patch of this year, but many users have reported that the update will cause many problems.
On HPPC, this issue may be related to "Sure Start Secure Boot Key Protection "(determine start security start key protection), which provides a stronger secondary defense than standard (UEFI) BIOS restrictions.
An affected windows 10 user wrote:
24 HP EliteDesk705G4DM mini-PCs running Windows 10 November 2019(v1909, Build 10.0.18363.657) all have the same problem. There was a jam during the update, the device restarted and then KB 4524244 reappeared, and the PC again stuck on the HP SureStart page.
After a forced hard restart, HP Sure Start reports that an unauthenticated change to the secure start key has been detected, then windows loads normally, rolls back the previous operation and restarts again. This is obviously very annoying, so HP needs to tell Microsoft that it's really happening and figure out what to do. At the same time, I will need to block kb4524244 in the system.
More worryingly, microsoft sent updates to some users without being certified by a co-op. Given the poor quality of the cumulative update, Microsoft decided to withdraw and stop pushing the cumulative update to users.
Uninstall kb4524244 method
1。 Click on the start button and enter "Windows Update ".
2。 Select the Windows Update Settings page option, or go to the Settings application
3。 On the Windows Update page, click View Update History, and then select Uninstall Update
4。 found in the control panel and selected kb 4524244.
5. Click the "uninstall" button.
6. When prompted, select restart device.