In July 20th, Microsoft acknowledged that it knew that the.NET Framework error generated by the latest update caused the application to be unable to start or run normally, so it decided to completely revoke the update to prevent more systems from being affected by the problem.
Microsoft said in July 20th: "if you have installed the July 2018 update and have not seen any negative behavior, we suggest that you keep the system original but closely monitor them and ensure the installation of the upcoming.NET Framework update." In July 30th, Microsoft finally released a repair program for all the affected.NET Framework versions, and the company suggested that the bug affected computer suggest that the repair program be installed as soon as possible, otherwise it will wait for the next regular update.
It is very important that the update will not pass throughWindowsUpdate is automatically sent to the Windows system, but is only provided manually downloading in the Microsoft Update directory. This means that the system affected by the above error will not be able to get a fix before the next Patch Tuesday cycle, unless the repair program is downloaded and installed manually for each device.