It's terrible! Windows 10 KB5034441 Still Error in 0x80070643


It's terrible! Windows 10 KB5034441 Still Error in 0x80070643


Windows 10 users KB5034441 themselves yesterday had problems from the error message that queued, this makes many users feel uncomfortable because this message does not give users access to be able to update their updates in Recovery. Of course, this message has been reported by users through the Feedback Hub page.

Windows 10 KB5034441 comes with Windows Recovery Environment or WinRE, allows the system to be able to perform Recovery Partition and of course important because Microsoft brings improvements from problematic security systems, which according to user reports that this gives access to bypass Bitlocker.

Windows 10 should KB5034441 be downloaded and installed automatically, but when we tried it then we got the same problem that was the failed installation done in Windows 10 update KB5034441. The message that appears is "0x80070643-ERROR_INSTALL_FAILURE".

"KB5034441 is a security update for Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE), enabled on systems with a recovery partition. This is an important release as it fixes a security issue that allows attackers to bypass Bitlocker's encryption of other partitions by exploiting WinRe's vulnerability."

According to Microsoft, this issue is only felt by users who have a small total internal storage, which requires a larger total storage. Through its official website, here are the conditions that must be known:'

So what causes the patch titled "2024-01 Security Update for Windows 10 Version 22H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5034441)" to repeatedly fail with a vague error message 0x80070643 – ERROR_INSTALL_FAILURE" and block other updates? Microsoft officials told us the issue is strictly limited to PCs with low storage space on the recovery partition.

  1. For Windows 10 v2004 or Windows Server 2022: You should have 50 MB of free space if the partition is smaller than 500 MB.
  2. For other versions, you should have more than 300 MB of free space when the partition is 500 MB or larger.
  3. When the partition is more than 1 GB, it must have at least 1 GB of free space.

What do you think? If you find a way to fix it, then you can share it with us through the comments.