Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error Windows 7/8/10 Fix

Welcome to our guide on how to troubleshoot the Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error for Windows 8/10. Inside you will discuss probable reasons for the Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error, as well as the means to fix them.

Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) crashes can be really frustrating, especially when you do not know what has caused them. Oftentimes, bringing the computer to a specialist is the best course of action, especially if you do not think you can troubleshoot the issue yourself. However, in many cases you can have the problem solved without the need for professional help. Let’s do it together!

If you are currently experiencing the Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error in Windows 8 or 10, we can give you several possible fix methods that you can try right now. Generally, the most common causes for the Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error are bad HDD blocks (sectors), loose cables that do not establish a proper connection to your hard-drive, a problem with your RAM or depletion of nonpaged pool memory. Here, we will attempt to help you figuring out which one of these is the cause for the BSOD and how you can fix the problem so that no more system crashes occur.

Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error Fix

The Guide

Enter Safe Mode

Almost always, the first step that needs to be taken when troubleshooting a BSOD error is to boot the computer in Safe Mode. When in Safe Mode, your system is much more stable due to the fact that only the most important system processes are active. Everything that is not essential for the functioning of your OS is left out. If you do not know how to boot into Safe Mode, this guide will show you how you can do that.

Check Disk

As we already mentioned, one of the most common causes for the Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error is bad sectors on your hard-drive. Luckily, Windows has a built-in feature that, when used, checks your HDD for bad sectors and if any are detected, Windows attempts to repair them.

After you have booted your machine in Safe Mode, use the Check Disk function to find out whether the Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error BSOD is caused by bad sectors on your hard-drive and have them repaired. Here is a link to a guide that will teach you how to use Check Disk.

Memory test


Another very common reason for the occurrence of the Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error is a problem with your RAM. It could be that a RAM stick is failing or is not properly fitted into its place. Whatever the case, you’d need to find out whether the issue is coming from your RAM. There are several ways to do that.

  1. Our first suggestion here is to run the program called memtest86. It’s a free tool that you can download right now. The program tests your computer’s memory and if there are any errors found, they would be displayed on your screen and that way you’d know that the BSOD crashes are almost certainly due to bad or incompatible with your system RAM sticks. You can learn how to use Memtest86 in this guide.
  2. The second option that might help you determine whether the error is caused by failing RAM is to shut down your PC and manually open its case. Then take a look at the RAM sticks to see if any of them are not tightly fitted or physically damaged. You can also try to remove them, one by one, and turn on your PC in between. That way you might be able to which one is being problematic and replace it with a new one. If you have recently bought new RAM sticks, you might ask for a refund if it is determined that the kernel_data_inpage_error is indeed coming from the new memory. It is also possible that the RAM you bought is simply not compatible with your computer, so keep that in mind.

Set your non-paged memory pool to be managed automatically

Usually, the automatic management of your nonpaged resources should be automatic by default. However, if, for whatever reason, your system does not automatically manage the pagefile, BSOD  crashes such as the kernel_data_inpage_error are likely to occur. Here is what you need to do to fix that:

  1. After having booted into Safe Mode, open the Start Menu right-click on Computer/My Computer.
  2. Select Properties.                                                               2
  3. In the resulting window, click on Advanced System Settings (right-pane).3
  4. Next, go to the tab labeled Advanced.
  5. Click on Settings under Performance.                       4
  6. Go to the Advanced section.
  7. Under Virtual Memory, select Change.
  8. The checkbox next to the Automatically manage paging file size for all drives option must have a tick. If it does not, check that option and then click on OK. Click OK on the other opened windows.5

Did we help? Have any questions? Feel free to contact us in the comment section below!

Error Code 0xc00000e9 Fix (Windows 7/10)

In this guide we’ll help you troubleshoot Error Code 0xc00000e9. This is a common Windows  Error that can be seen on Windows 7, Windows 10 and earlier.

If you are currently dealing with the frustrating 0xc00000e9 error when trying to turn on your computer, we will attempt to help you fixing the issue. Typically, this error is caused by a problem with your PC hardware, specifically, your HDD or your motherboard. This, however, does not mean that those are the only possible causes for the 0xc00000e9 error. Therefore, here we will suggest several possible fixes and troubleshooting methods that may help you determine what the problem is and have it solved afterwards.

Error Code 0xc00000e9 Fix

The Guide

Remove external devices

Before you try anything else, you might want to disconnect any external devices such as printers, scanners, etc fro your PC. In many cases, errors like 0xc00000e9 could be caused by a faulty device or a bad connection (cable/port). Whatever the case, it won’t hurt to try restarting normally, without any devices attached to it apart from your mouse and keyboard. If this changes nothing, then you should go and see our next suggestions

Try booting into Safe Mode

First thing you should do when trying to troubleshoot such an issue is attempt to boot your machine into Safe Mode. If the problem is not that big, you should be able to do that. From then on, you have much more options when it comes to resolving the problem. If you do not know how to access Safe Mode, here is a guide that will show you how to do it for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and Windows 10.

Check your HDD using chkdsk

If you managed to enter Safe Mode, there is a built-in Windows option that allows you to check your hard-drive for bad sectors. If any are found, Windows will attempt to repair them. That way, if the problem is not coming from a physical damage on your HDD, it will probably be fixed. There are several ways to use the chkdsk function and the next guide will show you how to do it. Simply follow this link.

Check the PC’s SATA cables

In some cases, a loose SATA cable within your computer case might be what’s causing the issue.4

  1. To have that checked and fixed, you’d need to shut down your PC and carefully open its case.
  2. Look for cables like the one in the image above.
  3. Once you find them, take a closer look to see if any of them are loose or damaged. Try refitting them.
  4. If any of the cables are damaged, buy a new one and replace the damaged cable/s.

Rearrange your boot devices

Sometimes, especially after a motherboard upgrade, your boot devices order might be messed up, resulting in the issue. Therefore, if you have recently had your computer’s motherboard upgraded or f you have altered your hardware in any given way, you might need to check your boot devices order. It’s fairly easy to fix this and in the following guide, we will show you what you need to do.

  1. First, restart your computer and as soon as it starts to turn back on, start spamming the F2 button. It might be difficult to time it right so you may possibly need to restart several times until you get it.12
    • Note that sometimes the key you’d need to press won’t be F2. It really depends on your computer brand and model. If F2 does not work, you can try F10 or you can search online for the insydeh20 setup utility key for your machine.
  1. Once you have booted into the setup utility, use the arrow keys and navigate to the section labeled Boot. The insydeh20 setup utility interface might not always be the same but you should generally be looking for an option named Boot.        13
  2. Once you get there, there should be a list of boot devices. Highlight the one that has HDD in its name using the arrow keys and then move it to the top of the list with the F6 button.
  3. Next, get to the Boot Mode setting and hit Enter.14
  4. If you are a Windows 7 or 10 user, select the Legacy option and press Enter, if you are using Windows 8, opt for UEFI.                        15
  5. Now, go to the Exit tab and select the Exit Saving Changes option.
  6. Restart your PC normally to see if the issue has been solved.

Hard-Drive replacement

Sometimes, the problem might be physical damage to your hard drive or one that is simply badly manufactured. Whatever the case, if that is your current situation, the only way to get your PC back online is to replace the hard disk with a new one. If you have recently bought the disk, you could ask for a refund if the HDD was problematic from the moment you bought it.

Stop 0x00000024 Error Fix (Windows 7 and later)

Need help troubleshooting the Stop 0x00000024 Error? Our guide will help you determine the probable cause and will also provide advice on fixing it.

BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) errors are not uncommon and their causes may vary greatly. If you get a BSOD crash, it might have been either due to a hardware problem or a software one. Oftentimes it is difficult to determine the exact cause of the error. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to the report message on the crash screen. Since you’re reading this article, then you’ve probably had the Stop 0x00000024 error displayed on the BSOD. If that is your case, then there are several most common causes for that crash. Most of the times, when a user gets the 0x00000024 error, it is due to a problem with one or more RAM sticks, a bad hard disk sector or scanner/anti-virus tool.

Stop 0x00000024 Error Fix

The Guide

Problem with the RAM

It might be tricky to figure out whether the BSOD is coming from your RAM. To determine whether that’s the case, you can either manually check your RAM sticks or use a specialized memory-testing software tool.

Manual check – For this, you’ll have to open your PC case and take a look at the RAM sticks to see if they are all tightly fitted in their place. If any of the sticks is loose or not properly fitted, this might be the cause for the issue. After that, you can start taking out the sticks, one by one and turning on your PC in between. That way, you could determine if any specific stick is faulty, thus causing the 0x00000024 BSOD. However, this method is time consuming and might not always yield reliable results.

Using a third-party software tool – To check for any bad RAM sticks, you can also use a software program such as memtest86. It is a free tool that you can download online right now. With it, you can scan your RAM and see if there is anything wrong with it. To use memtest86, you’d have to first download it and burn it on a bootable CD/USB. If you do not know how to burn bootable disks/USB devices, follow this link to a guide that will show you how to do it.

If the scanning and testing shows that one or more RAM sticks are faulty, you should either replace them or use your machine only with the ones that are not problematic.

Bad hard-drive sectors

Sometimes, a bad sector on your hard-drive might be what’s causing your machine to BSOD crash. There is an integrated Windows function that tests your hard-disks for any bad sectors and if any are found, it tries to repair them. This function is known as chkdsk. The following guide will show you how to use it.

  1. Open My Computer and right-click on the hard drive that you want to have tested.
  2. Select Properties and in the resulting window go to the Tools tab.
  3. Click on the option labeled as Scan now.
  4. Make sure that both options (Automatically fix file system errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors) are ticked.
  5. Click on Start.
  6. Next, select Schedule disk check.2
  7. The next time your PC starts, it will run a hard drive test on the drive you have selected. Therefore, after you’ve scheduled a disk check, restart your PC and wait until windows scans the hard drive and attempts to repair any bad sectors.

If the 0x00000024 BSOD error was due to bad hard disk sectors, this should fix it.

Software interference

Sometimes, a BSOD might be caused by a third-party software program that has altered certain OS settings. Commonly, this is done by scanner tools or anti-virus software. If you have recently installed any new programs and security applications or your anti-virus software went through a major update and the crashes followed soon after the installation, then it is very likely that this is where the problem lies. To fix it, you’d first have to uninstall the program that might be causing the 0x00000024 BSOD error and then use a restore point to bring your PC to an earlier state, where the system was stable. The next guide will show you how to do that:

  1. Open the Start Menu and type Control Panel.
  2. Click on the first result.
  3. In the Control Panel, select Uninstall a program (under Programs).1
  4. Sort the list of programs by Installed on so that you can see the most recent entries.
  5. Find the program that is likely to be causing the BSOD crashes and right-click on it.
  6. Select Uninstall and follow the prompts in order to finish the uninstallation.5
  7. Finally, you’ll need to use a restore point to reset your system’s configuration to a stable state that did not trigger the 0x00000024 error. If you do not know how to use restore points, use this guide.

After completing these steps, you should no longer have problems with the 0x00000024 BSOD crashes, if they were caused by any recently installed software or an anti-virus program.

Error Status 0xc000012f Fix (Windows 10 and earlier)

In this guide we’ll discuss the Error Status 0xc000012f. The instructions provided will fix work for Windows 10 and earlier versions.

In case that you are getting the 0xc000012f error code, it may indicate that your Windows OS may not be working properly or it may be having an issue while installing, updating or upgrading your system. Usually, the 0xc000012f error code occurs when there is some malfunction. Your computer may become slower and may cause some lags, it may crash or freeze if you are running multiple applications at the same time or it may signalize some critical errors in your system. 

The reasons for this error to appear on your screen may include excessive startup entries, registry errors, some hardware/RAM issues, fragmented files, failed program installations or uninstallations and many more. In such cases, the 0xc000012f error will immediately signalize that there is a failure in correctly running some of the system’s or application’s component normal operations. If you are getting this error when trying to update your Windows, below we have listed a few fixes, which may work for you. They work for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.

Error Status 0xc000012f Fix

The Guide

If your Windows fails to update and the 0xc000012f error appears, this is how the error message may look like:

“Windows could not search for new updates. An error occurred while checking for new updates for your computer.

Some updated were not installed. Failed: 95 updates

Error(s) found: Code 0xc000012f Windows update encountered an unknown error.”

Here is what you can try to resolve the problem:

Step 1: Disable Proxy

For this fix, you will need to work with the Command Prompt.

  • First, type CMD in the start search  box.
  • Next, click OK.328_fixes_and_guides_image2
  • Once in the Command Prompt, copy the following command and press Enternetsh winhttp import proxy source=ie
  • Do have in mind that you will need Administrator Access to Run the above command. If you are not running it as Administrator, simply right-click on the CMD button and select “Run as Administrator”. This is what it should look like:328_fixes_and_guides_image3
  • If everything is correct, a message stating “Direct Access (no proxy server)“ will appear. If not, you will need to disable proxy from your Network Settings. Once you disable the proxy, continue to step 2.

Step 2: Check Windows Firewall

  • First, hold the Windows Key + R combination on your keyboard.
  • The “Run” box will open and there you need to type Firewall.cpl and hit Enter.
  • In the window that opens click on “Turn Windows Firewall On or Off” as shown in the picture.
  • Then, navigate to Private network Settings and select “Turn off Windows firewall (not recommended)
  • Do the same for Public Network Settings.
  • Click OK and exit the window.

The error should be fixed. Note, however, that after the 0xc000012f error code is solved, you must turn the Windows Firewall on. If you still have the problem and the fix above has not resolved it, there might be some more serious problem with your system. Contact us in the comment section to get further help.

Error 0x8007003B Fix (Windows 10)

In this article you’ll find detailed instructions on how to fix error 0x8007003B. This error most commonly occurs on Windows 10 devices.

Usually accompanied by an “An unexpected network error occurred message”, Error 0x8007003B is commonly encountered when the user attempst to transfer files with sizes above 100MB over a VPS connection. There could be several different causes for the problem and we will attempt to provide you with a fix for each of them. The problem might be coming from a program you have recently installed that has changed your OS settings which has caused the error. Another possibility is that your security software or firewall might be interfering, thus causing a conflict that does not allow the data transfer to happen. Whatever the case, the following suggested fix options should be able to solve your problem.

Error 0x8007003B Fix

The Guide

If there is a program that you have recently installed onto your PC that you think might be interfering with your OS settings, uninstalling it and restoring your system to an earlier state might fix Error 0x8007003B.

  1. Open the Start Menu an type Uninstall a Program.
  2. Click on the first search result to open it.
  3. Sort the list of programs by date of installation so that the most recent are displayed at the top.
  4. Right-click on the program that you think might be causing the problem and select Uninstall.
  5. Restart your PC.
  6. Use a Restore Point in order to bring your system settings back to a state where the error did not occur. If you are not familiar with how to use Restore Points, go to this guide where you will be taught all you need to know about System Restore.

Disabling your anti-virus

Another common cause for Error 0x8007003B can be your security/anti-virus programs. If you have one, it might be worth temporarily disabling it to see if the error goes away.

  • Note that the steps in the following guide depend on what anti-virus program you’re using. In my case, I am using Comodo antivirus.
  1. Right-click on the icon of your antivirus program in the right side of the Taskbar or left-click on the little arrow to show the hidden icons if the antivirus icon is hidden and then right-click on it.
  2. Click on Antivirus.
  3. Select Disable.                                                                               4
  4. You will be shown a window, which asks you how long you want the anti-virus to stay disabled. You can make it permanent, but we advise you to choose one of the timed options, just in case you forget to re-enable the program.
  5. Click on OK.
  6. Repeat steps 2-5 for Sandbox and Viruscope.
  7. Try transferring the data files again and see whether the 0x8007003B error is now fixed.

Disable the firewall

  1. Press Winkey+R – this will open the Run window.
  2. Type Control Panel and press the Enter button.
  3. Once inside the Control Panel, select System and Security.
  4. In the next window, click on Windows Firewall.
  5. In the right-pane, locate an option called Turn Windows Firewall on or off (Administrator rights required).
  6. Select Turn off Windows Firewall under the Home or Work (private) network location settings.
  7. Re-try transferring the data and see if Error 0x8007003B has been solved.

Did we help? Got more questions? Share your feedback in the comments section below!

Error Code 0xc0000006 Fix

This guide will explain the reasons behind Error Code 0xc0000006, as well as detail several methods to fix it. We have included two seperate solutions that may help with Error Code 0xc0000006.


Error code 0xc0000006 is one of those nasty errors that can be quite hindering to a user’s day-to-day work on their computer. As a result of this error code, you might start experiencing freezes, a moderate to significant slowdown of the machine’s general performance, issues at startup and the infamous Blue Screen of Death or BOSD. Because of error 0xc0000006, Windows will most often be unable to start at given processes.

As you can see, the consequences of this error are quite a few, but the reasons for it to occur in the first place are just as many. This will essentially make it hard to pin-point the exact cause for you to be experiencing this issue, but we do know the handful of problems that could be triggering it, so we can offer several fixes for each of the most common sources, and you will just have to see what works in your particular case. Some of the most common reasons for this specific error code are corrupt registry files or missing .dll files. Another fairly common issue could be and outdated driver or drivers. Alternatively, your computer could have been infected by a virus or some form of malware and this can be triggering the error code. Here are the fixes we’ve managed to come up with; hopefully one of them will get this problem solved for you.

Error Code 0xc0000006

The Guide

Solution 1:

In the event that this error is indeed caused by a virus, you need to immediately scan your computer for one. Use the antivirus program you have installed (if you don’t have one, install one now), or for better results – purchase an antimalware tool that will both detect and remove any and all viruses for you. Be sure to act quickly on this, as in the event of a Trojan or ransomware infection, time is very much of the essence.

Solution 2:

  1. Reboot your PC.
  2. When the computer is restarting, hit the F8 key on your keyboard repeatedly to enter the Advanced Boot options.
  3. With the help of the arrow keys, navigate to Repair Your Computer and hit Enter.
  4. Wait until the system recovery window is on your screen (might take a few minutes, have patience). Select your keyboard layout and click Next.
  5. After this you will be prompted to login using your username and password. Do so if relevant and continue.
  6. From the list of options offered in the next window, choose Startup Repair. This will allow the system to locate and fix any problems within itself that are stopping Windows from starting.
  7. When the process is complete, click Finish.
  8. You will then be sent back to the window with options from step 6. Click Restart.

The above will restart your computer and you will be able to effectively use it without the error message appearing.

Please let us know in the comments if our guide was of help and don’t hesitate to tell us about your own solution that helped you overcome this error. We will gladly update our guide with it.


Windows Update Error 0x80070543 Fix

This guide will help fix Windows Update Error 0x80070543. The guide works for Windows 10 and earlier versions

Nowadays more and more users are complaining about problems with the updates that they download and try to apply to their OS. The error code that appears is the 0x80070543 error. This issue first appeared in the Windows 7 OS. Then it started occurring in the Windows 10 OS, as well. Such a problem can be solved. Nonetheless, if you also consider the fact that Windows 10 is still a work in progress and its final release is not ready yet, this issue might be even more serious. Being unable to apply the newest updates to your system via Windows Update could really be bothering.

The following article contains important details about the potential reasons for such a problem, as well as a functional guide that will help you get the Windows 10 Update Error 0x80070543 solved. Still, what is very inexplicable is the fact that Microsoft hasn’t found an official solution for this quite common issue yet. Another odd aspect of getting this particular error notification is that there are no clear signs of any problems and it is rather unexplained why the updating fails.

Luckily, simply by following the instructions in the guide below, you should be able to get the error fixed, no matter what your operating system is. It works for both Windows 7 and Windows 10. Just make sure that you apply all the mentioned operations below and you should no longer experience such update failure.

Windows Update Error 0x80070543 Fix

The Guide

Beware of an important detail about performing the instructions below. They involve working with an important component of Windows. Basically, this means that doing something the wrong way or modifying the wrong component might result in much more dreadful consequences for you and your system. To be completely precise, messing up the steps below may even be the reason why reinstalling the operating system may be needed later. Be extremely cautious!  

  1. Select the Windows and keys on your keyboard. In the Run window that comes up, enter dcomcnfg.exe in the Open dialog. Then select Enter again. You can simply choose OK as well. It will work both ways. In case you see a UAC prompt, push OK.
  2. Use the left-side navigation pane to enlarge Component Services. After that enlarge Computers. There you will notice the My Computer directory. The next thing you have to do is to right-click on it. From the hanging options that are generated, click on Properties.
  3. Proceed with going to the Default Properties. In case the Default Authentication Level‘s chosen option is None, open the list and change it to Connect. In case None is not the preferred option, don’t alter anything, an administrator might have set it that way. From the Default Impersonation Level list, click on Identify. Press OK. After that continue with Yes to apply your settings. Exit the Component Services window.

The aforementioned instructions are to help you resolve this unpleasant issue. As soon as you have implemented them, the error shouldn’t bother you again and you should be free to install Windows Updates.


Error 0x80004005 Fix (Windows 10/7)

This guide will help fix Error Code 0x80004005  “Developer Package Failed To Be Installed”. This error can occur on Windows 10 but also on earlier versions up to Windows 7, mostly commonly when you try to get Bash to work.

Recently many users around the web have experienced an uncommon error. It is actually Error 0x80004005 and it could appear as a result of a great number of possible scenarios. Such a problem is a sign that some particular extra components, which your operating system needs in order to enable additional features for debugging, have not been installed in an automatic way. Typically, you can receive the message for such an issue when you try to incorporate Bash into your system. Another possibility is while you are enabling developer mode and installing it. Apparently, no particular cause could be blamed for the appearance of error 0x80004005.

Error 0x80004005 is incapable of making your machine useless or harming it. Nevertheless, in case you have to access the developer options or Bash, such a problem could be a real pain in the neck.
Fortunately, we have assembled the most widely used and successful methods to guide you to fixing this issue in the article below. The guide should work in all cases. If you have come across another different successful solution, please share it with us. It will be great to update our list with it. Good luck!

 Error 0x80004005 Fix

The Guide

Option #1: Install the Developer Mode in a manual way

To be honest, this option is among the easiest to perform. Via the steps below you will be able to manually install the Developer Mode on your  PC. As soon as you are done with that, you will be able to go on using the features. First you need to load the Settings. You can do that either via pushing the Windows key on your keyboard or via writing Settings and after that selecting the search result with that name.


As soon as you are in, look for and enter the Apps & features menu.

Then select the Manage Optional features  that you will see at the top.


Select Add a feature. After that go with the Windows Developer Mode package. Follow the installation wizard to incorporate it into your system. After that perform a restart of the entire computer.


As soon as you are finished, enter the Elevated Command Prompt. Do that by holding the Windows and the X keys of your keyboard at the same time. When the menu is displayed, simply choose to enter Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu.


Type the command below when you are in:

sc config debugregsvc start=auto


As soon as this command  has been implemented, go back to the For Developers page. Return there by hitting the Windows button of your keyboard and writing  For Developers. Don’t panic if you still receive the error code. While it may still appear, you will now be able to authorize the features that you want to use.

Option #2: Stop the UseWUServer registry key

This is the second potential solution that we are offering to you. However, if you are not experienced enough, please be cautious. Making a mistake or changing anything while within the registry could result in spoiling your OS once and for all.

Be careful and stick to the instructions below very closely. It is important that you shouldn’t skip any step. In this way you will make sure this error will be solved without causing another one.

  1. Load a Run dialogue window by pushing the Windows and the R keys at the same time. Once it has been opened, write regedit.exe. Push OK (or you can also hit Enter on your keyboard).

At that point the Registry Editor should load. As soon as you access it, navigate left to reach the key below:


Attention: Back up the to-be-edited keys before you proceed with modifying them by right-clicking on the parent folder and then choosing Export.

Modify the UseWUServer by changing its value to 0. Another option is to get rid of the entire AU folder by deleting it.


This step should be completed in 10-15 minutes. In case you would like to make the process faster, just enter the Elevated Command Prompt (as explained in Option #1). Then apply the commands below. Don’t forget to push Enter after selecting each of them in order to execute them.

  • net stop wuauserv
  • net stop bits
  • net stop cryptsvc
  • net start wuauserv
  • net stop bits
  • net stop cryptsvc

After you have finished doing that, exit the Command Prompt. The issue shouldn’t be present after following the instructions above.

We hope our advice will help you NOT to be bothered by this error anymore.

Error 0x80070643 in Windows 10 Fix

This guide will help you fix Error 0x80070643. This error most commonly occurs when you try to update Windows 10 on your PC.

Nowadays, users everywhere around the Globe share that many of them have allegedly experienced error. 0x80070643 This issue is very common and happens to a lot of operations. It may occur when you try to install a Windows update, Microsoft Security Essentials or other various programs.  

In the article below we have pointed out several possible solutions to your issue. Please, try performing them one by one. Hopefully, some of them will help you solve your problem. In case none of them prove helpful, let us know and provide us with the details of your particular case. We will do our best to resolve your particular case. Also, if you have come across another possible solution, different from the following ones, we kindly ask you to inform us. In this way we will be able to add it to our list and help more troubled users.

Error 0x80070643 in Windows 10 Fix

The Guide

Any Windows user is aware of the fact that normally when Microsoft releases any new update, the Windows version on their machines has been programmed to check and install such updates automatically (only if the PC that needs updating has Internet access). It is very important to apply all the newest updates in order to enhance the performance of your machine and to improve your OS features. Updates could also be applied manually, once downloaded from the official provider.

Nevertheless, sometimes updating your OS may not go smoothly. The message that you may receive in case an update fails to be applied could be:

“0x80070643-Unable to install Windows Update:”

The potential origins of such an update failure could be very diverse, but the most common ones are:

  • The .NET framework on your computer could be experiencing issues.
  • The data about the MS 2003 components might be corrupted.
  • In case your OS is Windows 10 and you want to apply the KB3122947 update, it is possible that you notice a similar error code: “Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3122947) – Error 0x80070643”.
  • Maybe you are unable to apply the latest system updates.
  • Some System files or registry might have been corrupted or damaged in some way.
  • The Windows Update app is incapable of accessing particular user data.
  • Your PC is suffering from a malware infection.
  • The MSI software update registration or the .NET Framework installation has been damaged.
  • The Microsoft Office Source Engine (Ose.exe) is either disabled or corrupted.

#1: Updating or fixing the Windows .NET Framework could help

.NET Framework is an essential component of the software installation process and the application of system updates for all Windows types. This feature should always be up-to-date and upgraded to the latest and the best version. In this way all the other software on your PC could be deployed, built, or simply functioning properly. The steps below will help you ensure that your system is upgraded with the newest version of .NET Framework.

– Terminate all software currently in use. Hit the “Start” button. From there go to Control Panel. From there select  Programs and open “Program and Features”.

From the group of programs that you notice, find the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile. Click on it.  Select the tab Uninstall/Change (or Change/Remove for Windows XP users).

– A window will appear. Choose Repair .NET Framework 4 Client Profile to its original state. After that hit the Next button.


Choose Finish if the process of repairing process has ended. Restart your system.

At that point you should check whether the issue has disappeared by trying to install Windows updates again. If this possible solution hasn’t helped you, proceed with the ones below.

#2: Updating your PC manually might help

This possible solution has proven to help in many cases. Even if your computer skills are not close to professional, you should be able to do the task.

 – Enter Control Panel. Find the System and Security feature there. Proceed with choosing  Windows Update. Select  the  Check for Updates option and seek some available updates for your PC.

As soon as the necessary updates are detected, select “Install updates”. Doing that should do the trick and you should have solved your problem.

#3: Try rebooting the Office Source Engine (OSE) service

This solution will work if you have Microsoft Office 2003 installed on your PC and it’s necessary that you update some of its components. In this case you will see the Windows update error code 0x80070643 and its origin will be an issue with the Ose.exe file. Here comes a possible remedy.

– Hit the Windows and the R keys at the same time. This will load the Run box. Once there, enter services.msc in the search box. Press Enter.

– A list will show. Look for the Office Source Engine and click on it.

– The Startup type needs to be altered. In case you have disabled it, select to run it manually. For that purpose, click twice on it, and choose the startup type as Manual. Finish this step by hitting OK.

After that, check if you are able to install Office update.

In case the instructions above are not useful in your case, you might need to remove and install Office 2003 again.

#4: Sometimes fixing corrupted system files with SFC /scannow could be what you need for resolving this error

The majority of users have the habit of installing, updating, uninstalling and reinstalling various programs on their machines. What’s more, the system itself will perform some different tasks and operations.

Normally, during all these processes there will be some damaged or corrupted files. They may even start causing some problems and bothering the affected users. That’s why it is always beneficial to scan and look for such files. Here you may find the System file checker very helpful. This tool is an expert at searching for and detecting  corrupted files, as well as at exchanging them for the correct ones. For that purpose:

* Enter the Command Prompt as an administrator.

* Type sfc/scannow. Then continue by pressing Enter. After that a scan will begin and your corrupted system files will be fixed. Be patient until this process is completed. If the repair work has been performed without any signs of errors, check if you can apply the Windows update once more.
Please remember that sometimes file repair is not possible and you may need to complete a system restore.

#5: Solve any ongoing Registry issues

Some Windows 10 users might experience the 0x80070643 error in this form: “Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081704) – Error 0x80070643”. Fortunately that can be fixed by going to registry and performing some basic operations.

*Enter Registry Editor. Select the Start button. Enter regedit in the search box. Again hit the Enter key. In case you are prompted by UAC {User Account Control}, press the YES button.

*Browse the registry using  the path below:
If FilesNotToBackup exists,

* Exit the editor.

Attention: For manually adding the “FilesNotToBackup”, right-click on Backup Restore. Choose New. Then continue with “Key”. After that write FilesNotToBackup and push Enter. Select the Start button so as to write services.msc . Again press Enter. Look for and find the background Intelligent Transfer Service. Double-click on it. Then proceed with hitting Start under the General tab. Choose Ok to authorize the setting. If you have set it to Start already, choose Stop. After that select Start again. You should be done now!


PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA Windows 10/8/7 (Guide)

This guide will help you investigate the Page Fault In Nonpaged Area Windows Error. The instructions provided work on Windows 10, as well Windows 7 and 8.

The most common reason for this BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) is a problem with your RAM or hard-drive. Memory failures can cause your machine to experience such crashes and the blue screen report would usually contain the message PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA. This generally indicates that there is an issue with your machine’s memory card. Below is a guide with some possible steps that could get this issue solved. 

Page Fault In Nonpaged Area

The Guide

It might be difficult to determine what is the exact cause of the problem. If those crashes are way too frequent, you might not have enough time to run the necessary tests in order to find the core of the problem. Therefore, we advise you to enter Safe Mode, which should provide your system with better stability, so that you can continue without being interrupted by any sudden blue screen crashes. Here is how you can boot your computer in Safe Mode.


There are a whole lot of potential causes to a BSOD crash, so it’s a good idea if you still run a few tests in order to be certain what the precise cause of the system failure is. To determine where the issue lays, we advise you to test your RAM, hard-drive and internal PC temperature.

To test your RAM, you’ll need to use a software tool developed for that purpose. There are a lot of free programs out there that will enable you to see if there is anything wrong with your RAM. One such tool that you can download online for free is memtest86. Keep in mind that this tool requires of you to create a bootable CD/USB with it in order to use it. You can learn how to create a bootable device from this article – it is focused on creating a bootable DVD/USB for operational system, but the method for memtest86 is the same.

The next thing we advise you to do is to test your hard-drive. Luckily, Windows has an integrated function that allows you to do that without the use of third-party software. Of course, you can always download some other tool that may potentially have a greater variety of options, but if you do not want to get additional software, here is how you can test your drives for any bad sectors.

  1. Open My Computer and right-click on the hard drive that you want to test.
  2. Select Properties and go to the Tools section.
  3. Click on Check now.
  4. Tick both options in the resulting window and select Start.
  5. You might get a message that your PC cannot test your drives when they are in use. In that case, you can schedule a disk check the next time your PC boots – do that and restart your machine manually.
  6. If any bad sectors are found, Windows will attempt to fix them.
  • It might be a good idea to check your PC’s temperature. Here, you’d once again need to get an online tool to do the job. There are a lot of them that can be downloaded for free online. Antoher example is Open Hardware Monitor. This can give you a lot of useful information about your PC’s condition apart from its temperature, that can help you determine what’s causing the BSOD crashes.


If the issue really was memory-related it might be worth opening your PC case and taking a look at your RAM sticks and hard disk. See if everything is firmly in its place and if there are any loose and slack cables or ones that are out of their sockets. If there is a bad RAM stick, you will need to have it changed. Surely, you’d have to buy a new one, however, RAM is pretty cheap and fixing this won’t cost you very much.

If during the tests you’ve found out the fault is in your hard drive, again, you’ll have to get a new one and replace the faulty disk. However, if that is the case, we advise you to first try to back-up any important files and documents that you might have stored on your PC or else they’d be lost. Therefore, if you think you have enough time between the system crashes, do back-up your personal data in order to preserve it.

In case the issue was not coming from your memory, or if you want to try other methods before replacing anything and see if they help, you can head to this article. There, you can find a couple of fixing methods that are focused on resolving software problems that may be the cause behind BSOD.