Known and Resolved issues for Windows 11 version 21H2

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Current status as of October 4, 2021 (PT)

Windows 11 is available for new devices pre-loaded with Windows 11, and eligible new Windows 10 devices.

The Windows 11 upgrade will be offered using a phased rollout which targets eligible new devices first. Availability will be increased over time.

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Known issues​

This table offers a summary of current active issues and those issues that have been resolved in the last 30 days.

SummaryOriginating updateStatusLast updated
Custom printing properties might not be correctly provided to print server clients
This issue will not cause printing operations to fail, but clients might print with default settings only
N/AResolved
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:41 PT
Installation of printers might fail when attempted over some network connections
This issue has been observed in devices which access printers via a print server using HTTP connections

N/A
Resolved
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:41 PT
Installation of printers via Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) might not succeed
Affects organizations that share an IPP printer using printer connections
N/AResolved
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:41 PT
Receiving a prompt for administrative credentials every time you attempt to print
This issue affects devices in environments in which the print server and print client are in different times zones.
N/AConfirmed
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:00 PT
Compatibility issues with apps using some non-ASCII characters in their registry keys
Affected apps might be unable to open and might cause other issues or errors in Windows.
N/AConfirmed
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:00 PT
Some applications on devices that have AMD Ryzen processors might drop performance
A L3 cache latency issue was observed on devices with AMD Ryzen processors after upgrading to Windows 11
N/AResolved
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:00 PT
Compatibility issues with Intel “Killer” and "SmartByte" networking software
Internet speeds might be slower than expected on affected devices.
N/AResolved
KB5006674
2021-10-12
10:00 PT
Compatibility issues have been found between Oracle VirtualBox and Windows 11
You might be unable to start Virtual machines (VMs) and you might receive an error.
N/AConfirmed2021-10-06
17:26 PT


Resolved issues​

SummaryOriginating updateStatusDate resolved
Custom printing properties might not be correctly provided to print server clients
This issue will not cause printing operations to fail, but clients might print with default settings only
N/AResolved
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:41 PT
Installation of printers might fail when attempted over some network connections
This issue has been observed in devices which access printers via a print server using HTTP connections

N/A
Resolved
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:41 PT
Installation of printers via Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) might not succeed
Affects organizations that share an IPP printer using printer connections
N/AResolved
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:41 PT
Receiving a prompt for administrative credentials every time you attempt to print
This issue affects devices in environments in which the print server and print client are in different times zones.
N/AConfirmed
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:00 PT
Compatibility issues with apps using some non-ASCII characters in their registry keys
Affected apps might be unable to open and might cause other issues or errors in Windows.
N/AConfirmed
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:00 PT
Some applications on devices that have AMD Ryzen processors might drop performance
A L3 cache latency issue was observed on devices with AMD Ryzen processors after upgrading to Windows 11
N/AResolved
KB5006746
2021-10-21
10:00 PT
Compatibility issues with Intel “Killer” and "SmartByte" networking software
Internet speeds might be slower than expected on affected devices.
N/AResolved
KB5006674
2021-10-12
10:00 PT


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I updated my wife's laptop tonight and so far no complaints from her. IMHO MS has done a pretty good job with Win 11.
 

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I updated my wife's laptop tonight and so far no complaints from her. IMHO MS has done a pretty good job with Win 11.
I agree.. they did a nice job with it.
 

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I agree.. they did a nice job with it.
I wonder how long they worked on Win 11 internally. Even the leaked build ran good.
 

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I wonder how long they worked on Win 11 internally. Even the leaked build ran good.
Good question.. I suspect it was for a long time. It came out of the gate very polished.
 

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looks like I'll have to create a backup image before doing a clean install once the RTM arrives for my fully compatible desktop :)
 

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Good question.. I suspect it was for a long time. It came out of the gate very polished.
I agree, It was very polished! IMHO they were working on Win 11 for a very long time.
 

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Regarding "known issues", I am amazed that I don't find a reference to incomplete/broken color management with the official Windows 11 release.
I can imagine that mostly tablet/laptop users will be interested in Windows 11, but I ran into a very inconvenient bug on a desktop PC with an Eizo CS2740 4k display, and wonder how that bug made it into the final release.
In short: Windows 11 breaks the loading of a custom calibrated display profile, and applications like Adobe Photoshop show "sRGB"as the monitor profile, leading to oversaturated colors on a wide gamut display like the Eizo CS2740.

When starting Eizo color navigator, it simply displays that it failed to load the profile. The Windows color management tab does show the custom monitor profile as the ICC profile for that device (display), but the profile is not properly loaded and that can be seen by checking the monitor profile in a color managed application like e.g. Photoshop, where it states "sRGB" as the monitor profile.

This is not an Eizo colornavigator issue, but a Windows 11 issue that I also ran into with a Windows 10 insider developer preview release in the past.
Ironically, with Windows 11, my only way out has been changing to the Windows 11 insider developer branch and install build 22471, in which this is fixed, but I am now stuck in the developer branch without any desire to install a new developer preview every week.

Without wanting to complain (I should have stuck with Windows 10 I know), it still amazes me that Microsoft has such little regards for proper color management that it will put out an official release with such a nasty bug.
B.t,w I have read one or two reports from NEC wide gamut disply users that have exactly the same problem, so this is 100% a Windows issue and not Eizo.
 

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Hi folks

Defect 1 (at least on my system -- physical machine not a VM)

From the menu can't type anything in the top search bar -- just disappears -- mouse won't enter either.
This is a BIG deect IMO since I often start a program by just typing in a name e.g Outlook otherwise you have to have task bar full of icons or desktop covered with short cuts.

Version I'm on :

Screenshot 2021-10-06 095323.png
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Don't forget the know issues of performance on AMD CPU's.
 

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Not seen any issues here either, Ryzen7 3800X. As @BunnyJ says keyword .. may.

Theres no date on that AMD announcement either, could be today could have been a month ago, not going to worry about it.
 

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Not seen any issues here either, Ryzen7 3800X. As @BunnyJ says keyword .. may.

Theres no date on that AMD announcement either, could be today could have been a month ago, not going to worry about it.
Without knowing when that was posted the fix may have been released already.
 

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Regarding "known issues", I am amazed that I don't find a reference to incomplete/broken color management with the official Windows 11 release.
I can imagine that mostly tablet/laptop users will be interested in Windows 11, but I ran into a very inconvenient bug on a desktop PC with an Eizo CS2740 4k display, and wonder how that bug made it into the final release.
In short: Windows 11 breaks the loading of a custom calibrated display profile, and applications like Adobe Photoshop show "sRGB"as the monitor profile, leading to oversaturated colors on a wide gamut display like the Eizo CS2740.

When starting Eizo color navigator, it simply displays that it failed to load the profile. The Windows color management tab does show the custom monitor profile as the ICC profile for that device (display), but the profile is not properly loaded and that can be seen by checking the monitor profile in a color managed application like e.g. Photoshop, where it states "sRGB" as the monitor profile.

This is not an Eizo colornavigator issue, but a Windows 11 issue that I also ran into with a Windows 10 insider developer preview release in the past.
Ironically, with Windows 11, my only way out has been changing to the Windows 11 insider developer branch and install build 22471, in which this is fixed, but I am now stuck in the developer branch without any desire to install a new developer preview every week.

Without wanting to complain (I should have stuck with Windows 10 I know), it still amazes me that Microsoft has such little regards for proper color management that it will put out an official release with such a nasty bug.
B.t,w I have read one or two reports from NEC wide gamut disply users that have exactly the same problem, so this is 100% a Windows issue and not Eizo.

I'm running the RTM version and color management is working for me.

I have a 24 inch NEC wide gamut monitor (NEC PA242W) which I just calibrated using NEC's Spectreview II software with an X-Rite i1Pro colorimeter (puck) and all is good here - the created profile sticks. And there are no noticeable differences between Windows 10 and 11 in color display.

Anyway you have a link to that NEC info you mention?

Thanks.
 

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