Last night Microsoft rolled out another update for Windows users which fixes a major issue introduced by the latest Patch Tuesday updates. According to the full changelog published by Microsoft, the latest update fixes the broken Visual Basic apps on all versions of Windows excluding Windows 10 v1903.
Earlier, Microsoft warned users that apps built with Visual Basic 6, macros using Visual Basic for Applications, and scripts or apps using VBScript may stop responding and display an ‘invalid procedure call error’ message. In a support article, Microsoft has now confirmed that the issues are fixed in Windows 10 updates released over the weekend. In a Twitter thread, Microsoft also confirmed that the issue has been fixed for all the older versions of Windows.
This issue is resolved for Windows 10, version 1809, Windows 10, version 1703, Windows 10, version 1607/Windows Server 2016, and Windows 10, version 1507. Read more: https://t.co/NHEQuEjsVX.
— Windows Update (@WindowsUpdate) August 18, 2019
Unfortunately, the fix is yet to be made available for Windows 10 v1903. Microsoft has added another note that a “solution will be available in late August”. This, however, isn’t the only issue that users are facing at the moment. Microsoft still has listed out four known issues including the inability to install the new updates for a small number of users.