- The Error 0x80070643 can appear if a Windows Update fails.
- Failed to install (date) – 0x80070643
- When you install or upgrade any Windows app, error 0x80070643 may also occur.
Causes Of Error 0x80070643
- System settings that are incorrectly configured, such as malware, virus-infected, a driver malfunction or corrupted or missing files or older versions of programs that weren’t correctly removed when a newer version was downloaded, often causes the Error 0x80070643 message
- A Windows tablet or computer is shut down improperly or disconnected from a power source can cause an error code 0x80070643.
- You should run your antivirus software if you suspect that you may have malware on your computer.
How To Fix Error 0x80070643
Repeat these steps until the Error 0x80070643 disappears. Then, you can update.
1. Retry the installation
You may have to try the update or installation again. It is worth it at least once before you move on with any troubleshooting.
2. Re-download the file
The file could have been corrupted in the process of downloading an update or app. To check if the problem is resolved, download it again.
Note: Delete the files you have already downloaded, so you don’t accidentally install them instead of your new download.
3. Uninstall and reinstall your app
The app’s current version may have been corrupted if the error 0x80070643 occurs during an app upgrade. To remove the program, use the Windows uninstaller and then reinstall it. You should install the latest version so that you don’t have to update it.
Note: To quickly remove an app from Windows 11, right-click the app’s name in the Start Menu and choose Uninstall.
4. Close all other programs
Other programs may sometimes interfere with an update or an installation. They can access important files and use device resources. Close all programs that are running on Windows PC. Quit any background programs (e.g., Telegram, Skype).
5. Stop any current updates and downloads
You might be unable to update the app because of other downloads or updates.
Open the Microsoft Store app in Windows 11.
Next, choose Updates and Downloads.
Check that no other apps have been installed or updated, then try again.
6. Restart your computer
Rebooting Windows can resolve many Windows problems.
The Windows Update Troubleshooter is available. Windows Update Troubleshooter detects and fixes problems with the app and operating system updates.
Press Windows Logo Key + I to Go to go to Settings
Next, Go to System and Click on Troubleshoot.
Next, Click on Other troubleshooters.
Then, Click Run next to Windows Update.
Notice: The 0x80070643 error can be seen when running, installing, or updating a piece of older software. Run the Programm Compatibility Troubleshooter on the same screen with the Windows Update Troubleshooter.
8. Download the most recent.NET Framework
An infected.NET Framework could cause problems with installation or update. Install the most recent.NET Framework version from Microsoft on your computer.
9. Use the.NET Framework repair tool
Run the.NET Framework repair tool if you are still getting the 0x80070643 error after installing the latest.NET Framework.
10. Disable Antivirus Software
Antivirus software is notorious for causing conflicts with system functions and app installation. You should first uninstall any antivirus software installed and then try to update or install it again.
Turn your antivirus program back ON, after you install it again.
11. Run an SFC scan
An SFC scan can detect and repair corrupted files on a computer.
To run a SFC scan, first, open the Command Prompt.
Next, type SFC /scannow. Then, press Enter.
12. Restart Windows Installer
Sometimes, the Windows Installer generates an error code 0x80070643.
To restart Windows Installer Type services.msc from a Command Prompt or the Run dialog box (Win key+R).to open Windows Services
Next, select Windows Installer once to highlight it, then select the start link to its left.