The causes of error 0x80070043
- Transferring files using SMB is not allowed.
- Conditional error inside the folder “Temp”.
- Damaged system files.
- Intervention in work of system of third-party software.
The solution to the error 0x80070043
Method # 1 Enable “Always wait for network at startup and logon”
If you face similar error in the domain space, then you need to make sure that your system allows file transmission by SMB. To do this you need to access the local group policy editor and verify that you’ve enabled the policy “Always wait for network at startup and logon”.
To do this, you must adhere to the following steps:
- click on the keyboard Windows+R to open the window “Run”;
- then write an empty string in this window the value of gpedit.msc and press Enter to open the window “local group policy Editor”;
- once in the editor, use the left part of the window to navigate to the following directory:
- ↓Embed policy “the Local computer”;
- ↓Embed computer configuration;
- ↓Administrative templates;
- ↓Embed system;
- ↓Embed entrance to the system;
- locate the right policy called “Always wait for network at startup and logon” and double click on it with the left button of the mouse.
- tick next to the option “Enabled” and click “Apply”;
- restart the computer and check for error 0x80070043.
Method # 2 clearing the folder “Temp” in safe mode
Such a code can appear in front of a Windows user due to the occurrence of a conditional error in the %temp% folder. Enough to clear this folder from its content, to allow the conditional error and get rid of the code 0x80070043.
Here’s what you need to do:
- open the settings of your system (Windows+I);
- go to the section “Upgrading and security”, then under “Restore”;
- click on the “Restart now” under “advanced startup”;
- further, on the screen, select actions, then click on “Troubleshooting of faults (Diagnosis)”;
- select “advanced options”;
- now click on the line “See other restore options”;
- click the “download Options”, then click “Restart”;
- on screen boot options, press the button F4to enter safe mode on your computer;
- sign in to personal account information;
- hit a combination of Window+R to call up the window “Run”;
- insert in the blank line, the value of %temp% and press Enter;
- press Ctrl+A to select all the temporary files, and then press the key combination Shift+Delete to permanently delete;
- after cleaning the folder “Temp” then restart the computer.
Check for error 0x80070043.
Method # 3 Run DISM and SFC
Some users, faced with a mistake, say that they managed to overcome it with the help of such system tools like DISM and SFC. Simply put, error 0x80070043 can occur in the event of damage to some system files.
Know that DISM uses Windows update (WU) to replace damaged components of the system, while SFC was found to restore damage involves an on-premises backup copies of important files. For normal operation the DISM will need a reliable Internet connection.
To launch the DISM and SFC, you must do the following:
- click on the keyboard Windows+R;
- specify an empty string value cmd and press Ctrl+Shift+Enter;
- insert command sfc /scannow and press Enter;
- wait for the end of the work the SFC and restart the computer;
- again open a Command prompt and run the command DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth;
- wait until the end of the command, and again restart the computer.
Now try to take the desired action, for example, to access some remote file, and then, see whether the error 0x80070043.
Method # 4 system Restore
In very rare cases this error can be a result of the intervention of third-party software in the system. If you are experiencing the appearance of this code only in more recent times, it makes sense to try to use a restore point.
- Press the key combination Windows+R;
- write the value of rstrui and press Enter.
In this window you need to choose a point in time where the error 0x80070043 was not observed, and run system restore. When you run this process your PC may restart, but not to worry, because this is quite normal.