On Monday, March 5, Microsoft fixed a problem that had plaguing them with USB drivers, which appeared after the release of the planned February security updates for Windows. More precisely, the company has released an update KB4090913, which corrects the error caused by the update KB4074588, and intended security patch. The problem with the February patch affected only Windows 10 Fall Creators Update users, namely those just running on the base build of 1709, or the original fall creators update.
The update is available through Windows Update. That is, users just need to open Windows Update and find new available updates. Alternatively, users can download and install them manually from the Microsoft portal, though one can imagine navigating that far without your mouse or keyboard can be difficult. According to Microsoft, the update fixes a problem with some USB devices (built-in laptop camera, keyboard, mouse) that stopped working after installing the February security updates. This case is far from the first when Microsoft users are forced to install additional patches after the release of scheduled security updates, and certainly won’t be the last.