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Q: Solved: Win7 install error 0x80070570

File downloaded form a secure place, burned at 1x speed. Downloaded the file 5-6 times burned 10 or so discs.

CRC errors possible hardware config, RAID?

SEE here: http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/806033-crc-all-exe-zip-rar.html

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A: Solved: Win7 install error 0x80070570

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I'm trying to install windows 7 on my asus p4p800se 3.2ghz, 3.0gb pc3200/400 ddr ram...no matter clean install or upgrade options when files extracting at 20% usually i get this error (0x80070570) i can install winxp home no issues, no worries, stable works fine same settings/setup...i'm ready to keep winxp if i cant figure out a solution. maybe someone has similar issue that was resolved...thanks!

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Hi,

I'm experiencing a strange problem when installing Windows 7. At the file expansion stage, error code 0x80070570 appears and my installation fails.
Funny thing is, I installed 7048 from a DVD burned image 2 weeks ago and it worked fine. Downloaded 7057 and durned the .iso to DVD and when trying to install to formatted partition this error appeared. Since then I can't re-install 7048 either!
This is driving me crazy, I've tried different DVD drives, re-burned the .iso's at slow speed, but no luck.
Anyone managed to resolve this problem?
BTW, I am installing x64 versions...
Thanks

A:Win7 install error 0x80070570

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Dubya


Hi,

I'm experiencing a strange problem when installing Windows 7. At the file expansion stage, error code 0x80070570 appears and my installation fails.
Funny thing is, I installed 7048 from a DVD burned image 2 weeks ago and it worked fine. Downloaded 7057 and durned the .iso to DVD and when trying to install to formatted partition this error appeared. Since then I can't re-install 7048 either!
This is driving me crazy, I've tried different DVD drives, re-burned the .iso's at slow speed, but no luck.
Anyone managed to resolve this problem?
BTW, I am installing x64 versions...
Thanks


Make sure you take your computer CPU and memory overclocks back to original specs. I can install by x86 without any problems but always have to take off my overclocks when I install or upgrade my x64 versions.

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I'm at my wits end here and I have no idea what to do next. I like to think of myself as someone who can solve most computer related problems but this has me stumped. I've browsed through the forums and tried all the solutions I can find [which I'll mention shortly] but it has all been to no avail.

In short the story is I had a decent system running on an asrock mobo and the mobo failed. So i bought the asus board to replace it and instead of doing a repair I wanted to run a clean install. It's been nothing but headaches since.

Specs:
Asus P7P55D-E Pro [using Marvell 9123 Sata3 controller] with i5 760
128GB Plextor Sata3 SSD
8GB Mushkin blackline ddr3 [currently at 1333MHz]
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a kingston 8GB usb key

What I've tried:
-Completely wiping the SSD with killdisk
-installing on an unallocated partition
-partitioning the drive then installing
-putting the SSD in each of the two marvell ports
-AHCI mode and IDE mode
-rebuilding the install file on the USB key [twice; once manually and once using the win7 USB DVD download tool] [I unfortunately no longer have my physical CD... though I can still find my Vista CD, not that it does me any good]
-putting the SSD in the intel SATA2 port
-installing the marvell drivers first [I've tried 3 drivers: Marvell 9123-9120_V1001042 from asus website; Marvell 9123-9120_V1001032 from mobo driver cd; marvell_9xxx_1.2.0.1019 from marvell website]
-installing with 2GB ram... 4GB ram... and the full 8GB ram
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A:0x80070570 on install of Win7 x64 on Plextor SSD Asus P7P55D-E Pro

So I'm an idiot sometimes... And I forget about the simple solutions. I didn't mention that I had 2 HDDs plugged into the SATA2 ports... frankly I forgot about them myself.

When I was looking at my mobo I noticed them again. I unplugged them. I ran the install again. It worked flawlessly. It just goes to show...

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I'm trying to do a clean installation of Windows 7 x86 on my Dell Inspiron 1525 laptop that I bought in July 2008. It's been running Windows Vista 32-bit without any trouble. Yesterday I purchased the Windows 7 Professional 32-bit upgrade from Digital River and downloaded the ISO. I've burned it onto two separate DVDs using different software and a different computer each time (the second time I used Alcohol 120% and made sure that it was on the slowest setting). Now I'm downloading the iso again.
Each time I try to install it (which has been many times, now, trying different configurations of partitions, etc) I get the error message "Windows cannot install required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070570"

I've read through just about every thread I could find on this site and others and nothing seems to help. The only thing I haven't done is mess with the RAM, but I'd prefer not to do that as I don't have any experience opening up laptops (although I have built three desktops).

Anyone have any ideas/suggestions?

Thanks

A:Clean install Win7 on Dell Inspiron 1525: 0x80070570

Try Google. I found these two:

When you see the error "0x80070570 can't access files" on install click --> Cancel ---> you will be returned to the "Install Now" startup screen and - WITHOUT REBOOTING - just re-start the install.

you should type crc checksum into a search engine and download a program that allows you to check if the contents on the disk is the same as the iso file.

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I'm attempting to install windows to a 40GB SSD and I continuously receive the error 0x80070570. My first thought when I got the error was that it could have been an issue with the file itself. So I redownloaded it and still got the same error and from there I've tried nearly everything listed in other threads relating to this issue. Here's a synopsis of everything I've done thus far.

Start:
Removed old hardware, replaced with new mobo, cpu and gfx card
Downloaded Windows 7 Home Premium from microsoftstore.com
Using the Microsoft supplied tool I created a bootable USB flash drive with the ISO
Powered the new hardware on for the first time resulting in a clean boot with zero errors
Booted to Win7 install, ended up with Error 0x80070570
Redownloaded the ISO, Remounted it on the flash drive
Attempted install, still errored
Repeatedly attempted the install sometimes resulting in a freeze of the installer but usually the same error message
Tried installing on my other SSD
Cleaned and reseated RAM and Slots
Did a secure wipe of both SSDs and retried install on both
Attempted install with the ISO burned on a DVD using low speed...same error
Tried reburning multiple times with the same error each time
Ran 5 passes of memtest on both ram sticks in all possible configurations. 0 errors

After all of these steps I still cannot complete an installation. The install errors out at different points of the "expanding" step each time.

Finally in a spate of desperation I tried usin... Read more

A:Corrupt Win7 installer? Error 0x80070570

There should be a MD5 checksum (or similar) on the MS site that you can use to check the download to make sure it's okay.

Do you have an old SATA or ISE drive you try in this computer, see if that works?
Also, check your BIOS Setup, make sure it's not setup for RAID, make it AHCI if possible.

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I am getting the error code 0x80070570 Everytime I try and install Windows 7. I am trying to do a custom install so it cleans out the computer. I have Windows 7 Pro OEM 32bit. I have the requirements it takes to put Windows 7 on a computer. I have tried two different discs same results. System is custom built, with Gigabit GA-H55M-S2H motherboar, Intel core i3, 4gb Memory, 500gb hdd. It gets past the part of coping files and then comes up with the Error code of 0X80070570. I have tried to install several times using two different discs and allways the same result.
 

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Been getting this error for the past few days. I have tried just about every recommendation I've seen on this error; Ive gone through 8 sticks of RAM, multiple ISO's and burns, USB install, different DVD drives, removing all extra USB devices, 2 video cards, multiple HDD's, canceling the install before it errors out and then restarting, all without luck. Anybody have any other ideas? Using a Maximus IV Extreme Z, no overclock.

A:Win 7 0x80070570 install error

Use 2gb of RAM for install. Test your RAM using memtest86 for 5-6 passes or overnight. Then when known good, test good stick in all slots to test slots: RAM - Test with Memtest86+

Where did you get the ISO? Try slow burning DVD at 4x speed with ImgBurn once you confirm the ISO hash against official Win7 HASH: Windows 7 RTM SHA-1 hash - checksums.
Win7 SP1 hashes are on TechNet Download page under details for each download and accessible even if not subscriber.

Next try writing ISO to flash using this simple tool with Win7 in dropdown: Universal USB Installer – Easy as 1 2 3 | USB Pen Drive Linux

Next check for BIOS update for mobo. If none, reset the CMOS: Clear CMOS - 3 Ways to Clear the CMOS - Reset BIOS.
While in BIOS setup set SATA controller to AHCI to try install.

Next try wiping the HD for possible boot corruption: SSD - HDD Optimize for Windows Reinstallation

As a last resort, move HD to another computer to install. SysPrep install before moving back to problem computer: SysPrep to move HD to another computer

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Hi everyone. First post here because I?m getting really frustrated with this error message. Error code: 0x80070570. I?ve tried searching around on the internet for a fix but I?m not coming up with a lot that pertains to my situation. I am clean installing a copy of Windows 7 professional x86 on an HP DV6700 laptop. This is an actual release copy obtained through Microsoft store front download. Everything works great when booting from the DVD until it starts expanding files. It has gotten as far as 49% before giving the error. Always seems to be a random number, I?ve tried probably 4 times.
I am positive that the disc is not corrupt because I installed Windows 7 without any problems using the same disc on my desktop. I have deleted every partition on the HP except for the recovery partition it comes preinstalled with. My next option is to delete this too but I would rather not. Anyone have any ideas how to fix this issue?
I also have another semi-related issue that I would love input on if anyone has any idea. After Windows 7 was unsuccessful I attempted to recover Windows Vista using the recovery partition. Everything installed fine until it tried to reboot. Now I get an error message ?Missing boot manager? and only an option to restart the computer. I?m afraid this is going to happen even if I get windows 7 to install so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

A:Install error 0x80070570

Hello rjw24. Welcome to sevenforums.

Please inter your system spec`s. you will fin it at the left hand side bottom of your post.

0x80070570 error code means that a file or a dir is corrupted.

Have you ever installed window 7 in this computer before??
If yes, format the 100mb partition before reinstalling windows 7.

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Hi,
I've just bought an Asus X201E. I got the linux version, because as a student I get a free MSDN copy of any Windows OS... Long story short, I've been trying both Windows 8 32/64bit and Win 7 32 bit, all of them dosplaying an error during unpacking system files in the installation process @32-42%. I've tried everything, switching the SATA mode to IDE, rebooting, switching flash drives, etc. Since there are X201E models being sold with Windows 8 I figured there would be no problem installing it? Help please, it's really driving me mad..

A:Can't install Windows 7/8, error 0x80070570

Welcome to EightForums.

All Linux code must be deleted using the CLEAN ALL command.As you have had linux on the HD you need do a Clean all & full format.

Clean the HD Drive, using Step one in this tutorial:
SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation - Windows 7 Help Forums

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Hi,

Hope someone can help me with this issue.

I am trying to install Windows 8 64 Bit on a HP 2530p laptop using a USB Flash Drive that I set up with DiskPart and copied OS files to - from DVD disc.
I first tried to install using a DVD disc in a external DVD RW I plugged into USB port of laptop - this laptop has no built-in optical drive.
I got the same error code with DVD disc that I get with USB Flash drive.
I formatted HD during beginning of install so there is no OS on laptop...

Windows cannot install required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070570.

I ran a MemTest86 and did a HD Test from BIOS and both passed.

Any thoughts?

Thank you all

gregmy123

A:Win 8 64 Bit Install Error Code 0x80070570

I would rebuild your USB install drive, you might have ended up with some corrupted files. Was this computer shipped with Win 8? if not then you'll need to set up your USB to boot UEFI, IE is has to be formatted fat 32, then on boot up hit which ever key on your computer that brings up a boot menu select you UEFI USB drive
UEFI Bootable USB Flash Drive - Create in Windows
Upgrade Install to Windows 8 or Windows 8.1

However I would use RUFUS to create your install USB thumb drive

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I do PC repair for low-income people in our neighborhood, and I was brought a Dell Inspiron 1520 running 32-bit Vista.

It wouldn't boot, even with safe mode, and when I booted from a disk no OS displayed.

I ran a utility that scans for and 'fixes' bad sectors (I assume that it merely makes them unwritable). There were 17 bad sectors that could not be fixed. I used another utility and ran a low-level format.

Hours later I used a Dell Vista CD and attempted to install Windows. Some time before it hit 100% on step 2 (Expanding Files) it gave me the 0x80070570 error. I know there's nothing wrong with the disk, but I tried it again and got the same results. Then I tried an install using a MS Windows CD, which did prompt me for the product key, but when it got to the Expanding Files step it just styed there at 0%. For hours...

Is the drive just too far gone to sustain the OS? I thought that if you did a low-level format it rendered the bad sectors as unusable, but this is a 120GB drive. They really can't afford a new HD. Shouldn't I be able to install and run Vista on the 100 plus gigabytes that are uncorrupted?

A:Install from Dell CD - 0x80070570 Error

To me it sounds like a bad hard drive and not just a few sectors.

Test Hard Drive

Harddrive scan usings SeaTools - SeaToolsfor Windows | Seagate - Both long and shorttests

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I tried installing Windows 7 64bit on my new build (new HDD) everything was going as expected, but when it got to about 10% "expanding files" I got the error msg in title. When I clicked "ok" it took me back to the "Intall Now" screen where I figured I'd click that again (no reboot) and went through the steps until I got to the "Where do you want to install windows?" part. However, it now shows to locations instead of just one.

Disk 0 Parition 1 System Reserved 100MB total 86MB free System
Disk 0 Partiion 2 596.1MB total 594.1 free Primary

Where do I go from here? BTW, it is the Full Retail version I just bought!

MB Asus P7P55D-E Pro
Intel i5 760

So much for my Saturday gaming fun:(

A:windows 7 install error 0x80070570

Hi -

Wipe the HDD completely with KillDisk -
- http://jcgriff2.com/0x1/killdisk_imgburn.html
- http://www.techsupportforum.com/2789807-post8.html

Try Windows 7 installation again.

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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How can I resolve this common problem I have... unknown error during install of Windows Service Pack SP1 update ? I had to restore my older notebook to factory status and now this important update won't complete the install due to this error code. I also
can't update Internet Explorer browser from version 8. Can somebodey help me with these issues?

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well then, i think no one will ever able to solve my question ....

A:Cant install win 8 (error:0x80070570) on new tosiba laptop

How far are you actually getting because "when in the middle of installing" doesn't help much. Are you getting to the point where you can "delete existing partitions?" If so, are you wiping the drive clean (erasing all existing partitions) before proceeding?

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Every time i try to install windows7 it shows 0x80070570 error.
my pc conf :- 2gb ddr2 ram, duel core processor , 500 gb hdd , os xp2,

A:0x80070570 error showing when trying to install windows 7 !!!!

What is the make and model of your PC?

Try going into bios drives change the drive to RAID Autodetect (ATA) if it is already set to RAID change it to AHCI. Hit F10 to save the changes the try to install Windows again.

Make sure you unplug any USB drives, only have your vga (Monitor) plugged in and your keyboard and mouse when installing Windows.

Try using the Windows 7 Advisor to see if your system is compatible with Windows before upgrading. The link or button is below the install button.

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I am trying to install Windows 7 32-bit RC on a desktop PC. I have previously used this disk successfully to install the OS on a laptop.

I keep getting an error message to the effect thatWindows cannot install required files.
...
Error code: 0x80070570Initially I thought that this was due to a flaky DVD drive but I have now installed a different drive and am still getting the same message. I also tried a SATA DVD drive but it seems that the Windows 7 installation process didn't like (have drivers for) this interface

edit:I have previosuly managed to load Windows 7 64-bit RC on this PC but had some problems with stability so thought I would give the 32-bit version a go.

I notice that some people have got around this problem by burning the DVD at slow speeds and by using a USB drive to boot from; since I have successfully installed using this DVD, the former doesn't seem relevant and I don't have an 8GB USB drive available. I will try running MemTest86+ on the system on the off-chance.Any explanations / other suggestions . . . please . . . ?

ps - I have just downloaded a new copy of Windows 7 32-bit RC, burned it at 1x and have got the same unhelpful error message

A:Error code: 0x80070570 when attempting to install

Welcome surv1v0r.

Burn the iso again with imgburn @4x speed and try again!!

Good Luck

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Hey Sevenforums,

About a year ago I decided to build my first computer. I did so and there was much rejoicing. That is until it started BSODing everywhere when I played video games or watched Netflix.

Coming to your forums I was encouraged to do a memtest, got new RAM, for a while the problem was fixed (provided to used only one stick on the MOBO) and there was much rejoicing.

Then the BSOD's came back. I believed it to be the motherboard (an ASROCK extreme3 Gen3 Z68) and so I went a purchase a new one. Unfortunately the Micro Center sales person sold me an mATX which I didn't even notice... but I'm attempting to do a fresh install of windows 64 bit professional.

At first I was getting an error that said I couldn't install windows on a GPT hard drive. After deleting all partitions using the Windows Install Interface, I was able to create a new partition and attempted to install and that's where I am now. Sitting here with this 0x80070570 error code. I've googled it but none of the solutions I've found were of any use.

Additionally, after attempting to boot my computer up post-installing everything to the new motherboard the computer wouldn't go to a splash screen. When I removed my GTX 680 (EVGA) card it went to BIOS and posted just fine.

Any help would be appreciated... Thanks!

Update: I attempted to use Disk Part in Command Prompt to clean all disks, but that didn't work, saying a clean is not allowed ont he disk containing the current boot. So I truly am stuck. I ha... Read more

A:Fresh Install (due to new MOBO) Error 0x80070570

Well, for anyone out there who finds this, I solved the issue. I ended up swapping the new motherboard with my old one, but changing the RAM. This resolved the issue and allowed me to install Windows cleanly with no errors. Not sure why...

Whether the new ram with the original mother board will prevent the BSODs... time will tell. Good luck, and sorry for the forum pollution.

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Hey guys I just built a PC and tried to install windows 7 ultimate.
Specs:
-i5-3570k
-gigabyte ga-z68-ud3h b3
-8gb ram
-sandisk extreme 120GB ssd
-coolermaster 525W extreme PSU
Seagate 500GB storage drive

I first tried the DVD and got this error:

I assumed it was a corrupt DVD. I then downloaded the ISO from Microsoft and installed on a USB. I got the same Error. Re downloaded and reinstalled, same error. I looked online and found out it could be a ram error. Tried one stick, tried different slots, tried completely different brand of brand new ram, all to no avail. It always goes to 9% then gives the error. Any ideas?

A:Cannot install Windows 7 on newly built PC (Error 0x80070570)

Unplug all other HD's and peripherals,

Boot into BIOS setup, reset to defaults, save changes. If an EFI BIOS you'll need to decide if you want UEFI BIOS vs. Legacy BIOS: if UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with, or enable Legacy BIOS or Compatibility Support Module. Set DVD drive first to boot, HD second, set SATA controller to AHCI, Save changes and Exit.

Then boot into Windows 7 installer DVD or flash stick burned or written using tool and latest ISO for your licensed OS version here.

At first installer screen Press Shift + F10, or enter System Recovery Options to open a Command Box, type:

DISKPART
LIST DISK
SELECT DISK 0 (after confirming Windows 7 target HD #)
CLEAN
CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY SIZE=102400 (for 100gb partition, adjust as desired)
FORMAT FS=NTFS LABEL="WINDOWS 7"
ACTIVE
EXIT
EXIT

Next click Install Now, then Custom install to Clean Install Windows 7 to the partition you created. If it fails then report back at which step and the verbatim error message.

In addition read over these steps to understand the tools and methods which work best to get and maintain a perfect Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7. The steps are the same for retail.

After install you can adjust partition size or Create new partitions for data, etc. in Disk Mgmt.You are creating the partition here for the purpose of marking it Active which overcomes... Read more

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Hey guys, self taught and "usually" self fix but this one has me stumped. Wife has an Acer Aspire One Nav50 netbook running an Intel Atom Processor 1660.0 MHz, with W7 starter. She has had it a few years & like the rest it had started to slow down. I have a genuine ISO of W7 Home Premium mounted on flash drive in boot configuration that I have used on an older laptop that worked without a hitch so I know it is a good copy. Ran DBAN(beginning to think that was my mistake) and went to install 7. Everything goes good until it gets to % count up and 20 is as far as it ever gets. Let me list what I have done so far:

>ran check disk on the hard drive-no errors
>made a bootable flash drive w/memorycheck86 and ran it for 6 passes(around 4 hours) no errors
>decided to try new memory anyway, upgraded to 2 gig stick(only 1 slot, 2gig max)-no luck
>tried the "stop install before the error and go back to install w/o reboot" trick-no luck
>deleted the drives at advanced at beginning of install-no luck
>tried to format the install drive-no luck
>ran "disk part" from command prompt as described on this forum-no luck
>reset the bios to factory-no luck
>reset the SATA mode in bios from AHCI to IDE-no luck

Think I should go buy a lottery ticket tonight?

Been on this for 12 hours, is there anything that I have missed?
7 Forums has always been my "go to" for fixes, that's why I joined to post this!

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A:Install error 0x80070570 on Acer Nav50 after DBAN

Is it possible you only ran the flash stick installer from Windows before and haven't yet relied on it to boot to install? It sure sounds like a bad installer.

Just in case try another ISO for your licensed version written to stick using the ISO download and MS tool from Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7. The steps there will also assure you get and keep a perfect install, even for retail.

Set the SATA controller to AHCI, set HDD to boot first, trigger flash stick to boot using Acer F12 or F10 key at boot. Clean Install Windows 7

If that fails try DVD install using same tool to burn DVD.

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If you just want the solution page down .. it's in this blue

New shiny windows 7 disk arrives. ...... doesn't want to install ...

keep getting error message 0x80070570 when Windows 7 is expanding files:






Quote:
Windows cannot install required files error 0x80070570
The file may be corrupt or missing.. Make sure all files required for installation are available and restart installation.


Spend an hour googling .. people suggest RAM problems .. I know my RAM is good but spend an hour or two running MEMTEST ...

Then I see a lot of people reduced to trying to install from a USB key .... great .... borrow my neighbours 4GB Cruzer, follow instructions, ... and bork it in the process of not installing the OS.

So eventually I call Microsoft and speak to a very nice lady in India who runs me through a dozen or so workarounds for this .. I'm pressing control +F keys left, right and centre, taking out RAM sticks, disabling EVERYTHING in BIOS.

Always the same thing:






Quote:
Windows cannot install required files error 0x80070570
The file may be corrupt or missing.. Make sure all files required for installation are available and restart installation.


So after maybe two hours on the phone with her she decided to report the issue to the second line team. I'm told they will call me back today as they don't work weekends (all this took place Friday up til now).

EASY SOLUTION:

I don't wait weekends for answers (nor do I usu... Read more

A:0x80070570 Error Code on install - One Easy Solution

thanks for telling them , they're flooded with all sorts of setup issues (most of which are resolved with hardware removal)

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Windows 10 Repair Install Error 0x80070570 - 0x2000C

The installation failed in the SAFE_OS phase with an error during APPLY_IMAGE operation.

So, I want to do a repair install. Have tried many times and keeping getting this error.

I have run sfc /scannow, and Dism, both report no errors.

I have searched here, and tried the install using English and English International ISOs (extracted). Both report the same error. It appears on the first reboot, about 2% into the install.

The install is onto a SSD, which was migrated (a few months ago), using Paragon Hard Disk Manager.

Look forward to your replies, thanks in advance.

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Hi there,

So I have spent the last few days troubleshooting the problem, I have tried most of the solutions I have found online, but still I get the 0x80070570 error at 14% of the install process. I have reformatted the hd prior to trying as well.

some random observations:
I have run hd diagnostics and everything passed
I notice that in the BIOS setup utility that there are 3 SATA HDDs listed though I only have the one 'internal one' and no peripherals
I have downloaded and burned (and burned to USB) the .ISO file about five times with the same result
I haven't tried removing RAM because I only have one chip (4 gb) and I assume I cant have 'no' RAM to proceed

As I am sure you can imagine, it is driving me absolutely crazy.

Any help would be hugely appreciated, even on Christmas Eve!

Thanks for reading,

Tathama

A:clean install failure (0x80070570 error) on a lenoveo t410s w ssd

Unplug all other HD's and peripherals,

Boot into BIOS setup to enable Legacy BIOS if present. Next check BIOS Boot order for an EFI Boot Disk and if present remove it, set DVD drive first to boot, HD second. Then set SATA controller to AHCI. Save changes and Exit.

Then boot into installer DVD or flash stick burned or written using tool and latest ISO for your licensed OS version here.

At first installer screen Press Shift + F10 to open a Command Box, type:

DISKPART
LIST DISK
SELECT DISK 0 (after confirming Windows 7 target HD #)
CLEAN
CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY SIZE=102400 (for 100gb partition, adjust as desired)
FORMAT FS=NTFS LABEL="WINDOWS 7"
ACTIVE
EXIT
EXIT

Next click Install Now, then Custom install to Clean Install Windows 7 to the partition you created. If it fails then report back at which step and the verbatim error message.

In addition read over these steps to understand the tools and methods which work best to get and maintain a perfect Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7. The steps are the same for retail.

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windows cannot install required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070570. This happens when im trying to do a clean install on a blank ssd - Samsung using windows 8 or windows 7 ultimate. My computer is an Avatar Pitbull gaming computer and you can find the specs here :

Newegg.com - Avatar AMD FX-Series 16GB DDR3 2TB HDD+120GB SSD HDD Capacity Desktop PC Windows 8 64-Bit Gaming PitBull

A:Windows cannot install required files. Error code: 0x80070570

Unplug all other HD's and peripherals,

Boot into BIOS setup, reset to defaults, save changes. (If an EFI BIOS you'll need to decide if you want UEFI BIOS vs. Legacy BIOS. If UEFI follow these special steps for Install, otherwise enable Legacy BIOS or Compatibility Support Module to proceed with normal install.) Set DVD drive first to boot, HD second, set SATA controller to AHCI, Save changes and Exit.

Then boot into Windows 7 installer DVD or flash stick burned or written using tool and latest ISO for your licensed OS version here. Your installer is questionable so if it fails after one more attempt, try another ISO burned with tool in link, then try flash stick method.

At first installer screen Press Shift + F10, or enter System Recovery Options to open a Command Box, type:

DISKPART
LIST DISK
SELECT DISK 0 (after confirming Windows 7 target HD #)
CLEAN
CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
FORMAT FS=NTFS LABEL="WINDOWS 7"
ACTIVE
EXIT
EXIT

Next click Install Now, then Custom install to Clean Install Windows 7 to the partition you created. If it fails then report back at which step and the verbatim error message.

In addition read over these steps to understand the tools and methods which work best to get and maintain a perfect Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7. The steps are the same for retail.

After install you can adjust partition size or Create new partitions for data, etc. in Disk Mgmt. You are creating the partition here for the purpose of wiping the... Read more

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I am on an Inspiron 1525 with Windows Vista. I've had it for about a month and it hasnt given me any problems. But for the last couple days my computer has not been letting me move, copy, paste, or delete files.
When I to do any of these things this message popup appears:

"An unexpected error is preventing the operation. Make a note of this error code, which might be useful if you get additional help to resolve this problem:
Error 0x80070570: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable"

Does anyone know how to fix this problem? Preferably a step by step process, if there is one?? Thanks to anyone who has any input.

 

A:Solved: Error 0x80070570

Try doing a virus scan, it's probably a virus.
 

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So i bought a sick new gaming rig that arrived yesterday;i5 6600k
ASUS strix GTX980
MSI Krait gaming z170
samsung evo 250gb SSD
WD Blue 1TB
16GB DDR4 2400mhz

So, like the title states i just cant get this thing to work. I'm trying to do a fresh install of win7 ultimate x64.

So far i have burned multitude of ISO images to a USB drive, patched all of them with the USB 3.0 drivers, i also did a "UEFI specific bootable usb stick" given my bios is UEFI. No dice there. I then did a multitude of voodoo tricks i found online, includin ripping off my RAM sticks and checking then /w memtest, using all sorts of cmd prompt commands to mess with the drives, and switch the USB stick. Nothing worked.

Also if it's helpful i was initially stuck with the "no drivers found " part where windows did't recognize my usb, but i fixed that with the intel usb 3 patcher.

Also, my windows repair thingy says something about my bootloader, but fails to repair it.

UPDATE 1: Tried to boot with only 1 stick of RAM, didn't work.

After jumping trough multiple hoops, this error here is the last thing that stands in the way of my hapiness.
I hope someone finds a reason for this, thanks in advance!

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Hello

I have purchased and downloaded both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows7 Professional (no CDs or media here only download version)

I sucessfully upgraded from Vista 32 to Win7 32

Then I upgraded my hard disk (140Gb 500GB) and RAM (3GB to to 4GB)

Now I would like to go from Win7 32bit to 64bit

When I try and run the Win7-P-retail-en-us.x64.exe file it upacks the box then stops with this error:"We are unable to create or save files in the folder in which this application was downloaded. Please check the folder properties to make sure that you have security permission on the folder to write flies and that that folder is not read only"
I am the System Admin and I have full rights, and have moved the exe and the setup box files to My Documentsand I have modified the directory properties/attributes but I still get the same error over and over.

I searched the posts and some people stated one needs a clean install others say you can upgrade from any version so I am trying the upgrade here especially since the upgrade from Vista 32 to Win7 32 was smooth and did require all the extra work of a reinstall.

Can someone help me here?

Thanks

A:Win7 (32bit) to Win7 (64bit) upgrade install error

I believe to go from 32-bit to 64-bit, you will have to boot off the DVD. The installer is a 64 bit application that won't run under 32-bit. Find instructions to create a DVD if you don't already have it.

Good luck!

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I recently switched out some hardware and I now have a 64 bit processor, so I'm trying to install Win7 64bit through a custom install. Unfortunately I can't even get through the "Collecting Information" step due to this error:

"A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now.

Note: If the Windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can safely remove it for this step."

I looked for quite some time browsing through forums. I usually never have to make help posts because there are solutions already out there. I've seen this error come up a lot for people, but they either didn't burnt heir disk correctly or didn't have the right drivers installed for their mobo. I'm barely 15 and built this computer myself, so it is likely I screwed up in a few places.

Hardware to notice:

Hard Drives Hitachi - HD725050GLA360
OS windows 32 bit - trying for 64 bit
CPU i5 2500k Sandy Bridge (OC to 4.2 GHz)
Motherboard MSI P67A-GD65
Memory 8 GB (2 x 4 gb) G-Skill
I do have a PCI-E card to convert my IDE CD/DVD ROM and burner to SATA because my mobo doesn't have an IDE slot... Does it have to do with that driver (I didn't install it yet)

Or is there something else i'm doing wrong? In BIOS I have it set-up to load through the CD/ROM and even my USB. (I have a slow burned DVD of Win7 and bootable USB with WIN7 made on Ubuntu...)

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A:Win7 32 bit Custom Install to Win7 64 bit - Error (new motherboard)

Do you have a driver for the PCI-E card? If so, install it when you get that message. Nothing to lose and a good install to gain

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I do a clean install. Delete all the partitions, make a new one, format.Then "Copying files" takes approx 1 second. Then it does to "Expand" and gives me the error.Exact message:"Windows cannot install required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070570"

A:Error at "Expanding Files": Windows cannot install required files. 0x80070570

I resolved the problem I had. It appeared to be a memory chip. I do not know whether it is a bad chip or just a compatibility issue.I had 2.5GB of RAM: 1GB 800Mhz and the rest 512MB 688Mhz. I took out the 1GB and the install went through fine. Windows 7 is running just fine with 1.5GB of RAM on a 2.8Ghz Pentium D.

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OK, so I'm having this issue with Lenovo G500 (500+8GB SSHD, 4GB RAM, UEFI).
I'm trying to install Windows 8.1 (x64) on this laptop for three days now.
I tried different methods for creating a bootable USB drive (Rufus, WinToFlash, manual), in both UEFI and BIOS (Legacy) modes, both got me a 0x80070570 (missing or corrupt file).
I have the official ISO from Microsoft DreamSpark and I tried around three other downloadable images of Win8.1 in both modes, all gave me the error at some point of Step2. I also tried various UEFI configurations, SATA compatibility mode etc.

Please don't point me to this site's tutorials (create bootable drive and doing a clean install), tried them all with no success.

I also can't remove RAM sticks (some suggest that), my computer is still under warranty and I want it to stay that way.

Thanks in advance.

A:0x80070570 on 8.1 Clean install from USB

8GB ssd ?

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I'm trying to install vista home premium on my pc. I get to 100% on the "expanding files" part of the installation, and this stupid f#&@ing error message pops up and says error code 0x80070570 windows is missing some file or something. This isn't a pirated copy, it isn't scratched, my hdd is fine, and my dvd drive is fine as well. PLEASE HELP ME!

A:0x80070570 during genuine vista install... PLEASE HELP!

is this an upgrade, oem, or full retail version of vista? Is it 32 or 64bit? Is it basic, business, premium, or ultimate verstion of vista?

What is currently installed on the computer? are you trying to do a clean install or upgrade?

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Hi heroes,
I can't install win 7 on my brother's laptop. error 0x80070570, file missing or corrupted.
I've seek solution on the net but nothing seems to work.
Laptop decription: ACER Inspire 7250, AMD proc. 64bits,8 Go RAM, HDD 500 Go, 3 partitions : 1.PQSERVICE(OEM) with windows and drivers 2.System reserved 3.Principal
What I tried (I used 8Go USB card with windows usb download tool):
- format principal drive and install clean windows -> format ok, install failed at 4% code 0x80070570
- use (shift) + alt + F10 at startup to reset at factory default -> nothing happened
- download another iso of windows -> same error
- try another version of windows -> same error
- verify integrity of all memories -> errors found on the HDD clusters moved in quarantine -> same error
- plug the HDD on my desktop and try install windows -> same error
- format and delete all partitions on the HDD, except the RECOVERY OEM reserved and create new clear partition -> same problem
No more ideas... please help

A:Unable to install win 7 (code 0x80070570)

Try another flash stick or DVD using the ISO and tool to burn to disk/stick in Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 which steps will assure you get and keep a perfect install. Since Acer Recovery will not run after a Clean Reinstall to C, delete all partitions during the booted install.

If this fails work through these steps for Overcoming Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums reporting back any failure by when it happened and any error or other behavior.

If these fail test your hard drive using the maker's HD Diagnostic extended CD scan, followed by another Disk Check run from installer's Command Line on the full disk partition you created.

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First timer here, so please bear with me. Any help you can offer is MUCH appreciated!

Some of the files on my SD card have changed file extensions and appear corrupted (the modified dates are wonky and the file sizes are off). For example, a file that was formerly IMG_3324.JPG is now MG_3324J.PG, and I can't open, copy, or rename the file. When I try, I receive Error 0x80070570: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable.

I have gone into Properties>Tools>Check. I receive the following: "We found errors on this drive. To prevent data loss, repair this drive now." However, when I click Repair Drive, I just receive the error, "There was a problem scanning and repairing this drive..."

Most of the files on the SD card are readable and work just fine. I was able to copy them to another location; however, there are about 60 or so corrupted files that I would like to repair (I don't want to lose the pictures!).

Also, any ideas what causes these errors? I want to make sure I don't repeat this in the future :-/

I'm running Windows 10, and the SD card is a Dane-Elec Proline 4GB card.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6500U CPU @ 2.50GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 78 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 8084 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 520, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 237 GB (154 GB Free);
Motherboard: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC., K501... Read more

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hi. I have 3 possibly related issues.

1- Recently I've had multiple cursor/arrow freezes after I close my laptop and reopen it. This requires me to go into Task Manager, close everything down and reboot.

2- I'm still use a hard drive based email (Eudora) and have large files . When I rebooted for a cursor freeze last night, I got this error "could not open the file c:\Eudora\in.mbx for writing. Cause: The request contains an invalid argument (22).? Every so often my mailboxes get too large and I have problems, and in the past I was able to create a new inbox.

3- When I tried to rename the inbox or cut and paste it elsewhere so as to create a new one, I got this message "An unexpected error is keeping you from renaming the file" and "Error 0x80070570: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable."

I've ran System Mechanic several times and have had no issues other than these for the 2 years I've had my X1 carbon, running Windows 7.

Thanks.

A:Error 0x80070570

I'd run a chkdsk /r from the command line and see what comes up...sounds like a corrupted file. You do have backups of your data, right? If not, back up what you can before you start tinkering.

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I am using a Intel Core Processor with Windows 7 with a business server. When I am attempting to copy a video (file extention .dvr) from a Micro SD card I recevie the following error:

"An unexpected error is preventing the operation. Make a note of this error code, which might be useful if you get additional help to resolve this problem:
Error 0x80070570: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable"

This video file is very important and I need to be able to view and save on my computer. If anyone has any idea how to view this file or fix the problem it would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance for your help.
 

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I'm trying to move music onto my micro SD 32gb card but an error msg keeps coming up of 0x80070570 and only xfers 29 of my 3021 songs.

Pls help
 

A:error 0x80070570

Move or copy? Try moving (or copying) smaller groups of files, maybe 3 or 4 folders at a time. This will give you a better insight as to whether a certain file is causing the error (ie. corrupted file), or if it's the micro card, with a bad spot or something on it (although this is very rare on an SD card).
 

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hi all i have been getting a error message when transferring files to a flash drive the transfer get almost done and then 0x80070570 error can any on help thanks

A:error 0x80070570

Try:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...sked-questions

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Hi this is my first post

I have been usuing bitcommet to download some tv swhows and a few movies on my pc. things have always been fine...after i download them i transfer them over to a nexstar external hard drive. recently tho i have been getting an error when transfering files
The error is:

An unexpected error is preventing the operation. Make a note of this error code, which might be useful if you get additional help to resolve this problem:

error 0x80070570: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable

Is there a simple way to fix this? I am not really good at working with computer but i follow direction well.
Thank you to all the people that take the time to read this and thank you for any help i may receive

A:Error 0x80070570:

Have a read here: http://forums.techguy.org/windows-vista/75...0x80070570.html

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Hello there..
How r U all? hope all the smart people are still on =P
I have been transferring pictues from my computer to my flash so far so good until I got an Unexpected Error 0x80070570 for more than 20 pictures.
What's going on?
Any reply would be highly appreciated
Thanks!

A:Error 0x80070570

Try reformatting your media card to FAT32. Lemme know...

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Hello,
I keep getting this error when I try to create or delete a folder. I also cannot use applications which create temporary folder such as WinRAR.
The error says this:
"An unexpected error is keeping you from creating the folder. If you continue receive this error, you can use the error code to search for help with this problem.
Error 0x80070570: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable."
I tried all the possible options to solve this problem except for reinstalling the Windows.
Please help!

A:Error 0x80070570

I looked that up- It's an old error - From Vista days. Does this happen with WinRAR from every folder? It sounds like a permissions thing, but I would not mess with folder permissions in Windows 8 unless I had to. But you can make a "downloads" folder, and set the permissions to "Administrators" for that and see if it still happens. From there we can figure out were to go.

You can also try "unlocker" - You can get it at Major Geeks. It detects as a virus in some AV but it is safe. It has to take ownership of the object you use it on, sometimes AV apps detect that ability as a virus.

I dug around more, and it seems like this is a common problem when INSTALLING Windows 7 (And Probably Windows 8 as well as it uses some of the same installation steps).

The best I can find, is that you have some kind of Install process that never completed right, and it's still running, locking out access to the drive. That just from the bits and pieces of the discussions I found. There is no MS Technet discussion of it. Microsoft like to name and number these errors, just to identify that there have been 80,070,570 (80 MILLION) kinds of Windows Errors. They assign a 0x800... number but never tell you what the frell it MEANS.

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I've had this flash drive for about a year and a half or something like that, and when I go to open a specific folder on it, a message comes up that says, "The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable. Error 0x80070570." I am able to open any other file fine except this one. Is there anyway to fix it?
 

A:Error 0x80070570

What operating system do you have? Windows 7?
 

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Hello,

Im currently running Windows XP Home Edition 32-Bit and I just downloaded Windows 7 Professional Upgrade 64-bit. I downloaded the ISO from Digital River which was part of the ultimate steal for students. Then I downloaded the Windows 7 DVD/USB Download Tool and made a bootable usb drive with the ISO on it. I booted from the USB drive and the first part went fine. I chose install now then custom install and then installed it on the drive partition containing XP. It got to about 54% on "unloading files" before it gave me an error 0x80070570. It said the media was corrupted or something and said to make sure all the installation files were there and then restart again. So I tried again, no cigar. I dont really know what to do now!

As im typing this im re-copying the ISO onto the USB Drive a 2nd time to see if it will work now.

Thanks for any help

A:0x80070570 Error

Hi Solidsteel,

You are on the right track, by recopying across the installation media.
Here are some other avenues to look into should your fix not work. If it's possible, run check disk on both your Windows install drive and your usb drive. Also de-fragment both if you can. The error you mentioned is due to corrupt files; but at this early stage (without digging deeper) we don't know where the corruption is. i.e. It could be:Your win 7 install files might be corrupt (this you are now looking into by recreating the installation media)
Your usb drive may have a corrupt partition (run chkdsk /R /X from an elevated command prompt to fix)
The usb drive could be failing
Your Operating system hard drive could have a corrupt partition (chkdsk /R /X), or could be failing
Either drive may be too fragmented for windows to access the files quick enough

Also, can you please confirm if you ran the windows 7 upgrade advisor prior to installing windows 7?

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Aaaargh! I successfully installed the 32-bit windows 7 on my computer, upgrading it from windows XP. I spent an hour realizing how awesome the new OS is before deciding i needed to reformat to be sure i was rid of all spyware/malware. After trying to do the clean install, I keep getting the "Windows cannot install required files" error right when the install starts "expanding". It goes to 1% and then stops. I am installing this from an ISO off of a 4GB flash drive.
Here's what I have tried so far:
Redownloading and rewritting the flash drive (several times)
Updating the BIOS drivers
Restarting the installation without a reboot
Running chkdsk on the flash drive

None of these things have worked for me. I know that it has been suggested to set the hard drive (i think..) to SATA or AHCI, but this goes right over my head. Any help would be great

Is there anything else to try?

A:Error 0x80070570 Please help!

I had a problem like yours on a Dell. I had to flash the BIOS to get it to load Windows 7. I don't know if that applies to your problem but it is worth a shot.

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O.k. I have been trying to work through this for 2 weeks.
New HP7900 DC. No cards, only whats on the board. COre 2 Duo E8400 at 3GHz. Using 2mb stick in channel 1 only. Memtest x86 checks out fine. DVD and SATA HDD set to IDE. Digital river ISO's burned at 1x speed. USB drive failed. Created multiple USB's with the Microsoft USB burner on 64 bit machine as well. Installed 32 bit and downloaded MS Upgrade tool. Shows hardware is 64 bit capable. Not sure what else to do. Is there a preferred ISO that seems to work best? Halts at 27% Also tried the start on DVD switch to USB and the restart trick to no avail. I'm about ready to just say the heck with it and keep the 32 bit that came with the machine. Oh, I also reformatted the HDD.

Am I missing anything?

A:Another 64 it 0x80070570 error

Hi,

This sounds like a bad 64 bit ISO. Download a fresh copy from here and burn it to a 4GB USB2 stick using this.

Let us know how you get on.

Regards,
Golden

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I get 0x80070570 error when setup is unpacking


I have read something about it and found some things that can be solutions:No USB plugged in (just tested - doesn't work)
No recovery partition (not tested, going to test)
2 GB memory instead of 3 GB
For the latest point I don't know if it will work, because I have 1GB+2GB memory and not 3x1GB. Does it work with 1x2GB?
I'm running clean install from upgrade dvd.

Does anyone have other solutions to this problem?
And do the points mentioned above work?

A:0x80070570 error ... :(

Yes, removing RAM sometimes works. Remove the 1GB stick and see if you can install. If not, move the 2GB to another slot and try again.

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Hi Experts,

I have Dell 15r, which runs on win 7 home basic, i recently started using toshiba hard disk,
i have some files in the external hard disk when i try to move them or delete them i will get this kind of error message.

Error : 0x80070570 The file or Directory is corrupted and unreadable.

Kindly let me know how to delete or move these files.

Thanks in advance.

A:0x80070570 error says cant copy

You could start by running the Disk Check utility on the drive:

Start > Computer > select (highlight) the drive > right click & Properties > Tools Tab > Error Checking > Check Now > Check "Automattically Fix File System Errors" > Start.

You could also check "Scan and Attempt Recovery of Bad Sectors", but this will take much longer, especially on an external drive.

Most times I run the standard scan and then if it finds errors I run it with all options checked. But in your case you might just "cut to the chase" as they say.

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