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Thread: 0x80070643 Error Help

  1. #1
    Kathleen Guest

    0x80070643 Error Help

    I've got about ten updates that I can't install because of the 0x80070643
    error.

    I've seen the links to the article about the ose.exe error, but mine is
    defnitely set on manual, which leaves the possibility that the file is
    corrupted. Here's the problem--I'm at school without any of my installation
    disks, so I can't copy the original file off the CD and onto my computer. Is
    there any other way to get a clean copy of this file, and is it linked to the
    specific disk that I originally used to install Office/Windows/whatever seems
    to be causing this problem?

  2. #2
    VeraUkr Guest

    RE: 0x80070643 Error Help

    In my case such an error appeared for old versions of update patches. Simply
    I didn't try to install them any more

    "Kathleen" wrote:

    > I've got about ten updates that I can't install because of the 0x80070643
    > error.
    >
    > I've seen the links to the article about the ose.exe error, but mine is
    > defnitely set on manual, which leaves the possibility that the file is
    > corrupted. Here's the problem--I'm at school without any of my installation
    > disks, so I can't copy the original file off the CD and onto my computer. Is
    > there any other way to get a clean copy of this file, and is it linked to the
    > specific disk that I originally used to install Office/Windows/whatever seems
    > to be causing this problem?


  3. #3
    Kathleen Guest

    RE: 0x80070643 Error Help

    I've been hiding them, but they're starting to pile up and I don't want to
    end up with a million patches that I should have but can't install.

    Any ideas, anyone?

  4. #4
    Kathleen Guest

    RE: 0x80070643 Error Help

    Also, if I try to rename the "catroot2" folder, which has been suggested, it
    tells me I don't have the ability to rename it...is there any way I can fix
    this? I'm definitely the administrator, because I'm the only user on my
    computer.

  5. #5
    Robert Aldwinckle Guest

    Re: 0x80070643 Error Help

    "Kathleen" <Kathleen@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:090FE4B4-A439-4CE9-B923-4149A58302D3@microsoft.com...
    > Also, if I try to rename the "catroot2" folder, which has been suggested, it
    > tells me I don't have the ability to rename it...is there any way I can fix
    > this? I'm definitely the administrator, because I'm the only user on my
    > computer.



    Are you stopping CryptSvc first?

    Process Explorer shows that that process' svchost.exe has edb.log
    and tmp.edb open under that folder. I think that I have seen Torgeir
    recommend stopping that service before trying that repair suggestion
    too.


    Good luck

    Robert Aldwinckle
    ---



  6. #6
    Kathleen Guest

    Re: 0x80070643 Error Help

    I stopped Cryptsvc. It allowed me to rename the catroot2 folder, but
    unfortunately that didn't solve my original problem--my updates still fail to
    install.

  7. #7
    Robert Aldwinckle Guest

    Re: 0x80070643 Error Help

    "Kathleen" <Kathleen@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:21506E42-FF6A-47D6-9791-15232727111C@microsoft.com...
    >I stopped Cryptsvc. It allowed me to rename the catroot2 folder, but
    > unfortunately that didn't solve my original problem--my updates still fail to
    > install.



    Thanks for the feedback. That is the only issue I was trying to help with.


    Hint: for this particular code try searching for articles about the decimal
    equivalent of the last half of the code: 1603

    E.g. try searching for posts in here which contain both that number and MVP

    FWIW the first thread such a search finds contains a reply that I wrote in July ; )

    http://www.microsoft.com/communities...4fc&sloc=en-us


    Good luck

    Robert
    ---



  8. #8
    Kathleen Guest

    RE: 0x80070643 Error Help

    I still need help with this problem, if anyone's got any ideas. I noticed
    yesterday that an update was released for Microsoft Antispyware or whatever
    it's called (Windows Defender, maybe?), and it installed just fine. All of
    the updates that don't install are for Office 2003 or the .net framework (I
    won't lie--I have no idea what that is).

    Maybe that helps someone think of a solution? Again, I'm here at school
    without my Office discs, so reinstalling isn't an option, or I would have
    done that already.

  9. #9
    Stephen Guest

    RE: 0x80070643 Error Help

    I also had this problem but Robin Walker [MVP] Suggested that the problem
    could be because of the use of a "Registry Cleaner". I used one called Reg
    Cure so I restored the backup of the registry that it created when I first
    ran it and this solved the problem.



    "Kathleen" wrote:

    > I still need help with this problem, if anyone's got any ideas. I noticed
    > yesterday that an update was released for Microsoft Antispyware or whatever
    > it's called (Windows Defender, maybe?), and it installed just fine. All of
    > the updates that don't install are for Office 2003 or the .net framework (I
    > won't lie--I have no idea what that is).
    >
    > Maybe that helps someone think of a solution? Again, I'm here at school
    > without my Office discs, so reinstalling isn't an option, or I would have
    > done that already.


  10. #10
    Bunster147 Guest

    RE: 0x80070643 Error Help

    Thanks Stephen. This now makes sense. I also use the same registry cleaner
    RegCure and since I have run it, I have been having some strange problems
    including all of my office 2003 updates failing. I also experienced all of my
    windows setting being changed, e.g. Windows theme, styles etc.
    I am about to uninstall RegCure and try and restore my registry settings.

    You do not happen to know which registry entries RegCure removed which
    caused the problem. The reason I ask is that I have been running RegCure for
    about a month now and have installed some new software on my PC which will be
    lost if I restore my registry to a month ago.



    "Stephen" wrote:

    > I also had this problem but Robin Walker [MVP] Suggested that the problem
    > could be because of the use of a "Registry Cleaner". I used one called Reg
    > Cure so I restored the backup of the registry that it created when I first
    > ran it and this solved the problem.
    >
    >
    >
    > "Kathleen" wrote:
    >
    > > I still need help with this problem, if anyone's got any ideas. I noticed
    > > yesterday that an update was released for Microsoft Antispyware or whatever
    > > it's called (Windows Defender, maybe?), and it installed just fine. All of
    > > the updates that don't install are for Office 2003 or the .net framework (I
    > > won't lie--I have no idea what that is).
    > >
    > > Maybe that helps someone think of a solution? Again, I'm here at school
    > > without my Office discs, so reinstalling isn't an option, or I would have
    > > done that already.


  11. #11
    Bunster147 Guest

    RE: 0x80070643 Error Help

    Kathleen, Please see this link for an update on this issue
    http://www.microsoft.com/communities...7-46fd126b6102

    Regards

    "Kathleen" wrote:

    > I still need help with this problem, if anyone's got any ideas. I noticed
    > yesterday that an update was released for Microsoft Antispyware or whatever
    > it's called (Windows Defender, maybe?), and it installed just fine. All of
    > the updates that don't install are for Office 2003 or the .net framework (I
    > won't lie--I have no idea what that is).
    >
    > Maybe that helps someone think of a solution? Again, I'm here at school
    > without my Office discs, so reinstalling isn't an option, or I would have
    > done that already.


  12. #12
    Bunster147 Guest

    RE: 0x80070643 Error Help

    At last, I have fixed my problem and gues what. It was a missing registry
    entry caused by a Registry Cleaner.
    See this link
    http://www.microsoft.com/communities...d-8239654dd065


    "Kathleen" wrote:

    > I still need help with this problem, if anyone's got any ideas. I noticed
    > yesterday that an update was released for Microsoft Antispyware or whatever
    > it's called (Windows Defender, maybe?), and it installed just fine. All of
    > the updates that don't install are for Office 2003 or the .net framework (I
    > won't lie--I have no idea what that is).
    >
    > Maybe that helps someone think of a solution? Again, I'm here at school
    > without my Office discs, so reinstalling isn't an option, or I would have
    > done that already.


  13. #13
    0211969450047 Guest

    RE: 0x80070643 Error Help



    "Kathleen" wrote:

    > I've got about ten updates that I can't install because of the 0x80070643
    > error.
    >
    > I've seen the links to the article about the ose.exe error, but mine is
    > defnitely set on manual, which leaves the possibility that the file is
    > corrupted. Here's the problem--I'm at school without any of my installation
    > disks, so I can't copy the original file off the CD and onto my computer. Is
    > there any other way to get a clean copy of this file, and is it linked to the
    > specific disk that I originally used to install Office/Windows/whatever seems
    > to be causing this problem?


  14. #14
    0211969450047 Guest

    Re: 0x80070643 Error Help



    "Robert Aldwinckle" wrote:

    > "Kathleen" <Kathleen@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:090FE4B4-A439-4CE9-B923-4149A58302D3@microsoft.com...
    > > Also, if I try to rename the "catroot2" folder, which has been suggested, it
    > > tells me I don't have the ability to rename it...is there any way I can fix
    > > this? I'm definitely the administrator, because I'm the only user on my
    > > computer.

    >
    >
    > Are you stopping CryptSvc first?
    >
    > Process Explorer shows that that process' svchost.exe has edb.log
    > and tmp.edb open under that folder. I think that I have seen Torgeir
    > recommend stopping that service before trying that repair suggestion
    > too.
    >
    >
    > Good luck
    >
    > Robert Aldwinckle
    > ---
    >
    >
    >


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