Windows 10 Microsoft Finally Fixes Error 633 in Windows 10 Creators Update

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  1. Exterminator

    Exterminator Super Moderator
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    Oct 23, 2012
    Windows 10
    Microsoft Finally Fixes Error 633 in Windows 10 Creators Update

    Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 cumulative update KB4022716 earlier this week, and one of the most important changes that it brings is a bugfix for error 633.

    If you’ve never experienced this error, the chances are that you have no idea what it does, though there are thousands or maybe more users out there who have been trying to deal with this since the release of the Windows 10 Creators Update.

    In just a few words, this error impacts modems and dial-up connections, causing them not to work correctly, even though everything was just fine before the update to the Creators Update. We’ve also experienced the same bug on at least two Windows 10 laptops here at Softpedia, and finding a workaround was a really difficult job, especially because the typical fixes made no difference.

    So if you are also experiencing the same problem and want to have it fixed to continue using a dial-up connection in Windows 10 Creators Update, just download and install Windows 10 cumulative update KB4022716 and everything should return to normal.

    On a side note: French Privacy Watchdog Says Windows 10 Now Handles User Data Correctly
  2. ravi prakash saini

    Apr 22, 2015
    Windows 10
    for me side note is more important because before this article i did not know if error 633 ever exist
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