The error 0x80070643 on Windows 10 usually appears when the update of the latest Windows 10 version fails to install, but the error may also appear when you try updating some of the apps. We are going to show you several ways to get rid of it.
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How to fix error 0x80070643 on Windows 10
The reason why the error appears could be a bug in the system, some sort of glitch, a virus, corrupted files, just to name a few. Here are several things you may try:
- Restart your PC – the reason for the error could be just a bug, and all the minor ones can be fixed by a restart. So make sure to do this first.
- Try installing again – perhaps the second attempt to install the file will go without any errors. Give it a try.
- Try downloading the file again – the files could become corrupted during the downloading process. Make sure to download the file all over again and then try to install it. Hopefully, it will work this time.
- Make sure you have a good internet connection – if your connection keeps dropping, you may have issues when downloading files. You may restart your router/modem.
- Install the latest version of NET Framework
- Temporarily disable the antivirus software – antivirus software could be causing the problem. Disable it and try again.
- Pause other downloads – if something else is downloading as well at the moment when you are trying to update the app and the error keeps showing up, pause other downloads and then try again.
- Scan your PC for viruses and malware – use the software to scan your Windows PC for malware and viruses.
- Uninstall the app – if the error keeps popping, remove the app from your Windows 10 PC, download and install it again.
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