KB5013943 update - Error SQL server cannot find one or more components

asked 2022-06-02T09:51:39.747+00:00
Milos Gajic 21 Reputation points

After KB5013943 update, SQL server don't work server cannot find one or more components.
I uninstall KB5013943 then everything goes to normal but after some time it still get that update even if i disable Windows update service.

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  1. answered 2022-06-02T11:31:58.8+00:00
    Bjoern Peters 6,691 Reputation points Microsoft MVP

    So... you are running your SQL Server on an Asus Laptop with Windows 11...

    Your Patch KB5013943 is marked as "suspect" and already known as "has some issues"... some applications that are using .Net Framework might not work anymore or not in a proper way...

    Your error message states that the CLR runtime is not able to start up / initialize according to your errorlog.
    06/02/2022 11:39:11,spid62,Unknown,Failed to initialize the Common Language Runtime (CLR) v4.0.30319 with HRESULT 0x80004005. You may fix the problem and try again later.
    06/02/2022 11:39:11,spid62,Unknown,Error: 6511<c/> Severity: 16<c/> State: 2.

    CLRs are used to operate .NET code... so you and your SQL Server run into those issues related to that "faulty" patch that is explained in detail here:
    https://www.techadvisor.com/how-to/windows/fix-windows-11-app-crashes-3815822/

    So wait for the next update until then... stay away from that update ;-)

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  1. answered 2022-06-02T13:59:10.71+00:00
    Erland Sommarskog 67,636 Reputation points Microsoft MVP

    In addition to Bjoern's post, you are running the RTM version of SQL 2019. You should apply the most recent Cumulative Update with no delay. This may or may not fix the issue, but you should absolutely not be running with this outdated version.

    You can download the CU here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=100809.

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  2. answered 2022-06-02T10:04:27.1+00:00
    Bjoern Peters 6,691 Reputation points Microsoft MVP

    Please let us know what kind of error message you get, and what the event viewer and/or SQL error log states after starting SQL Services.
    Otherwise, it only can be a guess...


  3. answered 2022-06-03T06:18:52.073+00:00
    Milos Gajic 21 Reputation points

    Hi,
    Thanks for quick response on this issue. It is a desktop pc not laptop.
    I will wait for next update and i will try to update sql with that cumulative update.

    Thanks.

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