Fix 0x80070643 – Security Update for SQL Server 2017 RTM GDR (KB5014354)

If you are receiving the following error message at the time of updating Windows, you can fix it by applying the methods which are explained in this article.

Error message:

Security Update for SQL Server 2017 RTM GDR (KB5014354)

It is another kind of update error message which appears mostly in Windows 8, 10, and 11. In this article, I will tell you about several methods with a step-by-step process so you can fix them easily without asking for the help of anyone. So, let’s start.

Method 1: Fix using Advanced System Repair Tool

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3 Steps to Fix this Error
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Step 2. SCAN your Windows PC
Step 3. Click Fix button to Repair Error

Method 2: Download this Update from the Microsoft Catalog

Why do you take an unnecessary headache, if an easy solution for this “0x80070643 – Security Update for SQL Server” is available? No need to dig into your operating system unnecessarily if you are having the windows update-related issue. Just go to the Microsoft Catalog > Search for your update file > Download them and install them. How easy it was. Still confused! Let’s make it clear with the following steps.

Step 1: Open your favorite web browser and search for the Microsoft Catalog Website or visit the following URL.

Step 2: In the search box, search for your KB file. In my case, I am getting errors with the KB5014354 update.

Download your update file and install them on your PC.

download KB5014354 from microsoft catalog

Method 3: Use SFC and DISM to Repair and Restore Windows Health

Most probably there are several corrupted files in your system that are causing you to stop downloading and installing the Windows updates, so you are getting the “Security Update for SQL Server 2017 RTM GDR (KB5014354) 0x80070643” error. To repair windows files and then restore health, first, run the SFC command then use the DISM command to restore health.

SFC Command
Step 1: Open the elevated command prompt. Just search for cmd in start menu > Right click and select Run as Administrator option.
Step 2: Run the next command. Wait until the process is finished and if everything goes well, it will repair all the damaged Windows files.

sfc /scannow

sfc scannow

DISM Commands
Step 3: Run the following commands one by one. It might take a few minutes to an hour, based on the health of your PC so keep patience and sit relaxed.
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth


Method 4: Use Windows Update Troubleshooter.

I personally don’t trust too much on Windows Troubleshooter. Most of the time it does hands up in front of trouble. If you are lucky enough, this will work for you.

Step 1: Windows 11: Go to the Start > Settings > System > Troubleshoot > Other trouble-shooters > Windows update. Click on the Run button to start updating.

Windows 10: Go to the Start > Settings > Troubleshoot > Additional troubleshooters > Windows Update > Run the troubleshooters.

Step 2: Go with the troubleshooters steps and finish troubleshooting.


In this article, I have explained on how can you fix the windows 10 & 11 updates error 0x80070643 – Security Update for SQL Server 2017 RTM GDR (KB5014354) step-by-step.