bdarycoolmistryEveryone got the same problem as us!!!! See here Windows Forums 'USB drives displaying weird icons (I believe in USB 3.0 ports only)'Interesting. My printer is set up wireless. Could be why no issue's with it for me. However, when I looked at my "Devices & Printers", I noticed my Bluethooth adapter showed as a "Device" even though it has been working normally. I have it plugged into a USB 3.0 port. Once I moved it to a USB 2.0 port, The adapter shows the normal icon in "Devices & Printers" again and not just a device.
coolmistryEveryone got the same problem as us!!!! See here Windows Forums 'USB drives displaying weird icons (I believe in USB 3.0 ports only)'
coolmistryLooks like it is a Windows bug... Windows 10 Bug Causes USB Drives to Show the Wrong Icon
bobmitchcoolmistryLooks like it is a Windows bug... Windows 10 Bug Causes USB Drives to Show the Wrong Icon Looked at the ProgramData folder as suggested...deleted the two latest folders dated 11/6/19 and then reinstalled my printer...it is listed properly now. Hopefully it will stay that way.
bobmitchHere is Device and Printers after I deleted the folders dated 11/6. What is odd now is that there is only one folder in the specified place now...dated 11/11/19 Mind you, I had to uninstall the printer and drivers and reinstall to get the printer back into "Printers" rather than "Unspecified". Before doing that...it was still there.
Seriously Senpai told us on Twitter that you may be able to fix this by going into the %PROGRAMDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\DeviceMetadataCache\dmrccache folder and then into the most recently modified language folder.Then sort those folders by date to find the one for your metadata cache for the device that recently changed and delete that particular folder.You can determine the folder by going into it and seeing if the icon matches the one that you are now seeing. Then delete that folder.Source: Bleepingcomputer
EyeDeeNo In other news I am now running 1909 November 2019 Update.
XrayMan2) Feature update to Windows 10, version 1909 (2) (No Link for it) No problems so far.
bobmitchEyeDeeNo In other news I am now running 1909 November 2019 Update.Got it too....but noticed that some of the tauted features aren't there...waiting for them to release the download of media creation tool...so I can do a clean install...
bdaryI saw the optional 1909 update earlier today as well. No problems with the install. Give it a couple days to see what might crop up...
bobmitchI found out why some features were missing. When I installed Win 10 awhile ago...I uninstalled some features...in particular Mail and Calendar, so I didn't have the new Calendar feature. Had to go to MS Store and re-download it...now I can use the calendar feature. So far, so good. Win 10 Pro 1909 (18363.476)
bdaryI still see the 131 errors today in event viewer. The update to 1909 doesn't appear to have resolved anything there. For me anyway...
flyinionAnyone seen or heard of any major issues with 1909 yet? Does it do the same behavior as previous ones of essentially installing a new copy of windows and migrating everything leaving a Windows.old folder in place? I ask because usually I hold off until I have a bit to work on loose ends after an upgrade like generally it messes up the video driver and I also have to fully redo my monitor calibration and disable the mouse input on my X52 joystick since it's been flaky from the beginning and always makes the cursor continually drift left. This stuff happens since it's essentially usually migrating settings/apps and reinstalling all your hardware it seems like.
EyeDeeNo No there is no Windows.old folder to get rid of. 1909 is more like a revamp of 1903.My monitor ICC profile is still in place and the NVIDIA Studio Driver 441.12 moved to before the update still functions as it should. Windows 10 November 2019 Update review: Service Packs are cool again