Microsoft reissues KB4093118 for Windows 7 SP1/2008R2 SP1 to fix NIC bug
In order to fix some of the problems on the PC, Microsoft today re-released KB4093118, an April 2018 Update Rollup for Windows 7 system. KB4093118 was announced on the April Patch Tuesday Day (April 10), but some devices caused the NIC card to fail after installation. Today on the support page, the update date is shown on April 13. In the update log, Microsoft stated that it has fixed the BUG of the NIC.
- Addresses an issue where a new Ethernet Network Interface Card (NIC) that has default settings may replace the previously existing NIC, causing network issues
- Addresses an issue where static IP address settings can be lost
- Windows Update and WSUS will offer this update to applicable Windows client and server operating systems regardless of the existence or value of the “HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\QualityCompat\cadca5fe-87d3-4b96-b7fb-a231484277cc” registry setting. This change has been made to protect user data.
- Improves reliability in the kernel, and addresses an issue that can cause applications to have unexpected memory contents on multiprocessor systems.
- Addresses an issue with printing content generated by ActiveX in Internet Explorer.
- Addresses an access violation on certain pages in Internet Explorer when it renders SVGs under high load.
- Addresses an issue that, in some instances, prevents Internet Explorer from identifying custom controls.
- Addresses a stop error that occurred when the previous month’s update was applied to a 32-bit (x86) computer with a Physical Address Extension (PAE) mode disabled.
- Security updates to Internet Explorer, Microsoft scripting engine, Microsoft graphics component, Windows Server, Windows datacenter networking, Windows virtualization and kernel, and Windows app platform and frameworks.