How to Resolve Issues with the Windows KB5037591 Update

When users install the ‘KB5037591’ update in Windows, they encounter several problems, including BSODs and driver crashes. This can prevent users from using their devices smoothly due to various bugs in the Windows update KB5037591.

In this article, we will discuss different fixes to solve this problem.

1. Driver Update

BSODs can occur due to outdated drivers, such as display drivers or mouse drivers. These are common reasons BSODs occur. You can check for updates and update the drivers to the latest version.

  1. Search for Device Manager in the search bar and open it.
  2. Right-click on each device and click on Update drivers.
  3. This will automatically update the drivers for you.

You can also use a third-party driver update application to update drivers. Here’s a link to a detailed guide.

2. Check for Windows Update

It might be possible that there are new Windows updates available. With the latest updates, Microsoft usually fixes the bugs in recent updates. So, it is suggested to check for Windows updates and update your system.

  1. Search for ‘Check for updates’ and open it.
  2. Click on ‘Check for updates’ and wait.
  3. If there are any updates available, download and install them.

3. Rollback to a Previous Restore Point

You can roll back to a previous restore point. Rolling back to a previous restore point will revert your Windows to a state where you were not experiencing the error, which can help in solving your problem.

Do this only if you’ve created a Restore Point.

  1. Load into Advanced Startup.
  2. Navigate to Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > System Restore in the Advanced Startup options.
  3. Choose your user profile and enter the corresponding password.
  4. Choose a system restore point from before the update difficulty and press Next.
  5. To start the restoration, click the Finish button.

4. Uninstall the Update

If none of the solutions provided above work, you can simply uninstall the update. This will remove the update and roll back Windows to a previous version that was not causing this issue, helping to solve the problem.

  1. Search for Windows Update settings in the search bar and open it.
  2. Click on ‘View Update History’.
  3. Click on ‘Uninstall updates’.
  4. Select the update you want to uninstall and hit the Uninstall button.
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions.

You can also check our detailed article for different methods to Uninstall updates.


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Hamza Mohammad Anwar is an intermediate JavaScript web developer with a focus on developing high-performance applications using MERN technologies. His skill set includes expertise in ReactJS, MongoDB, Express NodeJS, and other related technologies. Hamza is also a Google IT Certified professional, which highlights his competence in IT support. As an avid problem-solver, he recreates errors on his computer to troubleshoot and find solutions to various technical issues.