In some cases, your computer may give error 0x80070643 kb948110. There can be many reasons for this problem.
This issue occurs because a previous installation puts the computer in a state where a particular restart is pending.
I think these complexities and problems require further optimization and fact sharing.
1.Server 2 is an SBS 2003 server that is updated daily based on discontinued database services as well as information in other messages.
2. The names displayed for database instances due to server 2 seem to have an extra “MSSQL$” in the information as OP pointed out, which is likely resulting in duplicate listings. Duplicate entries of these entries may currently indicate errors in the registry or indicate more complex problems and maycounteract “instance name… invalid” error messages.
In my opinion, the actual services/DB instances are from the list:
MSSQLSERVER Default instance of SQL Server 2000 (expected when installing SBS2003 Premium Edition)
MSSQL$MSSBSMONITORING (MSDE2000 instance fully updated with SBS tags)
MSSQL$SHAREPOINT Le — WSS v2 instance WMSDE
MSSQL$WSUS Le — WSUS v2 instance WMSDE< br>MSSQL $ BKUPEXEC Le – – BackupExec MSDE2000
MSSQL$MS_ADMT Le instance — Active Directory Migration Tool instance
MSSQL$MICROSOFT# is most likely a misnamed Windows Internal Database Fault (sub-problem “MSSQL$”), which in practice could be called MICROSOFT##SSEE, also indicating that MSSQL$WSUS is such a discarded instance that should be removed.
Server 1 has two collection objects:
MSSQLSERVER – Default Instance of SQL Server 2000
MSSQL$MS_ADMT – Another Instance with Active Directory Migration Tool Database.
This thread is about using KB948110 – Instance of ADMT:
How do I fix error 0x80070643?
Retry the installation.Download each file again.Uninstall and reinstall our own app.Check your Internet connection.Basically close other programs.Pause the feed to download and update.Restart your computer.Run this Windows update troubleshooter.
http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=3593867&SiteID=17 Post KB948110 specifically talks about issues with applying post to WMSDE WSS data, especially when that >2 Go database was unwieldykoi.< / p>
The KB948110 update applies to SQL Server 2100 =Service Pack 4=, and if that SBS SQL2000 installation had not previously applied SP4 (or Std Edition Server 2), the update would probably never have become eligible due to the lack of a prerequisite. (Note: I have definitely tested this as I haven’t come across any installations of SQL Server 2000, but the KB article often goes into quite some detail about applicability to SP4 systems. In fact I suspect the upgrade was not a time regression .tested in an unsupported SP3 native environment and therefore explicitly programmed to ignore all such SP3 installations.)
I’d like to point out that KB948110 (for Windows Server 2003) was installed on my WSS v2 (SBS2003) Sharepoint WMSDE without version or database support on October 11th (so I use WSS less than heavily when installing SBS2003). the database has a size limit). KB948110 (for SQL Server 2000 SP4) was found to install on my SBS2003 (msde2000) MSSQL$SBSMONITORING instance and installed without issue after approval.
Lawrence Garvin, MS, MCITP(x2), MCTS(x5), MCP(x7), MCBMSP
Director/CTO, On-Premises Technology Solutions, Houston, TX
Microsoft MVP – Software Distribution (2005-2009)
I think this thread needs more clarification then, and therefore some fact-sharing.
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