Windows 10 build 10130 gets three new patches to fix audio and update problems

Hit the update button, because there are three new updates for Windows 10 build 10130 to address issues with audio playback, dynamic update, and upgrades.

Windows 10 desktop and Joe Belfiore

On June 11th, Microsoft is pushing six new updates for Windows 10 build 10130. Gabriel Aul, head of the Windows Insider program announced on Twitter that build 10130 is getting three updates to fix audio, dynamic update, and to address Windows Update when doesn’t detect new builds on Core editions of the Insider Preview. In addition, there are three new security updates for the operating system.

KB3069069 fixes the audio playback issue on some hardware configurations after upgrading to Windows 10 build 10130.

KB3070982 update address a problem with Dynamic Update for Windows Update. This update will offered to users trying to upgrade to the latest build of Windows 10. This dynamic update prevents an issue that can result in the loss of audio playback when the upgrade is completed in some hardware configurations.

KB3070677 resolves the issue when Windows Update might not detect new builds on Core Editions of Windows 10 on scenarios such as:

  • You install a Core Edition of Windows 10 Insider Preview.
  • You are running Build 10130 of this Core Edition of Windows 10 Insider Preview.
  • There are new preview builds available for your current preview build settings.

Finally there are three new security updates KB3065820 that patches vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer. KB3059317 fixes vulnerability in Microsoft Common Control that could allow remote code execution, and KB3057839 patches vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers that could allow elevation of privilege.

All these new updates will download and install automatically on Windows 10 machines, but you can always update manually by going to Windows Update inside the Settings app.