Follow Neowin, the patch with symbol KB5006670 causes users affected by the issue to receive error 0x00000709 or Element not found when printing. With this problem, users are recommended to take a simple solution of uninstalling the update via the Uninstall updates option in the Settings section.
Printing problems with Windows 10 still not over
This option is available in the View update history section of Update & Security, inside Settings. Or users can also use Command Prompt and run the command “wusa/uninstall/kb:5006670” as administrator.
Reportedly, problems with network printing were also recently noted by Microsoft. The company has released update KB5005611 to fix an issue that caused the printer driver to fail to install and connect to the device. At the time, Microsoft said, “After installing KB5005565, devices that try to connect to a network printer for the first time may not be able to download and install the required printer driver. Devices that have connected and installed the printer before installing the KB5005565 are not affected.”
Another issue related to network printing via Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) is also on the list of known and still unresolved issues.