RE: Error 80070643 Updating Windows Update
I am having the same problem only I'm using windows xp. Did the disc work?
If so can you tell me how to get it 0x80070643
"Will Bowlin" wrote:
> I guess misery loves company...or "welcome to club 80070643".
> I have a brand new hp8000e with vista home premium with office 2003
> installed. I have tried ALL of the Microsoft supports "fixes" (ose reinstall,
> untinstall/reinstall office, registry edits, batch files, restores, etc,
> etc.) along with tech chats with hp on a daily basis for a week+. I finally
> broke down and ordered the update disc for office from Microsoft for a manual
> install..you can't do it online since it just takes you back to the vista
> auto update crap with the same error code result... I haven't received the
> disc yet, but I'm hoping this will at least solve my update problem. I have
> all but given up on the auto update issue, I can't believe that Microsoft
> can't get something as basic as updates correct on a so called "latest and
> greatest" operating system?? What really chaps me is the fact that so many
> people are having the same issue and Microsoft can't come up with a permanent
> Will Bowlin
> "Kosh" wrote:
> > Finally got to the root of this. I had been using another firewall as the
> > vista one is still far from acceptible however this one was too secure for
> > it's own good. Although I had been disabling it, it had been still running
> > something at bootup which was stopping the updates from completing. Probably
> > preventing the update from accessing the files / folders etc that it needed
> > to.
> > My solution was to completely remove the firewall and go back to using the
> > vista one. I then had to install the updates one by one as apparently doing
> > more than that had a tendency to screw up the OS as well and I had to restore
> > he OS back to before all updates. So doing them one at a time, rebooting
> > after each update has enabled me to install 13 / 14 updates successfully.
> > I'm still having an issue with update (KB933566) - Cumulative Security
> > Update for Internet Explorer 7 in Windows Vista. After this installs windows
> > will not boot. Gets to the loading screen and then goes black and displays
> > the mouse pointer but nothing else. The only way to get windows to boot is to
> > use F8 and start with driver signing enforcement disabled. This works and
> > when I check the logs the update had been installed successfully, however in
> > this mode a lot of windows features stope working, e.g. Windows Update will
> > not load, neither will system restore. So it looks like i'm going to have to
> > remove this update using the dell system restore partition. That has truly
> > been a godsend during this whole experience.
> > Has anyone else been having this trouble with update KB933566?