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0x80070570 on install of Win7 x64 on Plextor SSD Asus P7P55D-E Pro

Q: 0x80070570 on install of Win7 x64 on Plextor SSD Asus P7P55D-E Pro

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.

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
-plugging the USB key into several different ports

I just don't know what else to do short of returning the mobo and buying a new one [or buying another copy of Win7...] I've used the usb key to install win7 before and it worked fine. I should have just repaired the installation from the start. That probably would have saved hours upon hours of effort.

As for the install. It would lock up around 20 something percent showing error code 0x80070570 [the file may be corrupt of missing]. After using killdisk to wipe the drive the install now consistently makes it all the way to 46% whether I load the marvell drivers or not.

Does anyone have any suggestions? [or further questions for clarification?]


I should note this [and i bet this has something to do with my issues]

My USB device is showing up in the BIOS as a HDD. So when I select boot priority it's listed under the HDD. So to boot from my USB key I have to set it to boot primary from HDD and then set the USB key as HDD 1 [and I set my SSD as 2]. I should probably make it so that my USB boots as a removeable device instead of a hard drive... that might fix the issue... but I don't know how.

Preferred Solution: 0x80070570 on install of Win7 x64 on Plextor SSD Asus P7P55D-E Pro

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

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 can't seem to install a plextor 716sa dvdrw drive on my computer. My motherboard is Asus PC-DL and the dvdrw drive is SATA. The power seems to work as I am able to open and close the cd tray and the dvd drive is recognized in bios when I turn on the computer. There are four SATA connections on my motherboard labeled SATA_RAID2, SATA_RAID1, SATA2, SATA1 and I plugged the dvd drive into SATA1. I set SATA to auto in bios. I have no other SATA devices on my computer. The problem is that the drive is not detected by windows and when trying to install new hardware, it finds nothing. There are no error messages in the device manager either or ! marks. Anyone know what I could have possibly done wrong?
Thanks a lot

A:can't install Plextor 716SA dvd-rw drive on Asus PC-DL

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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...

A:Win7 install error 0x80070570

Quote: Originally Posted by Dubya


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...

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 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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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

A:Solved: Win7 install error 0x80070570

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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?


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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Hi all,

Any idea what's the best value RAM for the above board?

It's been a while and a recent game seems to have boned my RAM (or just pointed out the fact it was already boned)

Memtests are failing and the game in question keeps BSOD'ing and crashing to desktop. All was fine before this game... It's an anagram of Fattlebield 3.

I'm thinking 16gig might be required, but I'd like to be sure it's compatible before I purchase.



A:Best RAM for Asus Motherboard P7P55D

8-12gb max! i can play bf3 fully maxed out with 8gb.

I use vorsair vengence 1866mhz ram.

to check out compatibility check out http://www.crucial.com/index.aspx

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With Win 8 arriving I'm thinking about getting an SSD for the OS. Actually I'm thinking about getting 2 and configuring them in RAID 0.

I was quite impressed with this article where they get nearly double the performance out of putting two 120GB SSDs in RAID 0 - Corsair Force Series GT 120GB SSD review - Storage - HEXUS.net

Considering 2 x 120GB SSDs are only about ?20 more expensive than 1 x 240GB SSD it seems like a good idea.

I have an asus p7p55d motherboard. It supports RAID. It has SATA 2 so the full performance boost won't arrive until I upgrade the core of my system in a year or so.

I have never configured a RAID setup before so I've been reading the p7p55d manual. And it says in section 4.5.3 - Setting RAID item in BIOS - "Due to chipset limitation, when set any SATA ports to RAID mode, all SATA ports run at RAID mode together"

I only want to have the two SSDs that will be for the OS in RAID 0. My other drive that has all my work files and media I just want to have as a single drive? Can I have that when I have RAID turned on? Could I just put this drive in a RAID set by it's self? Or would I have to format it and loose all of my files?
Thanks for your expertise,

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Buying a new motherboard from Asus might be a gamble, at least with the P75P55D-E model.
Asus website list the motherboards' features at their web site:

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Here are some of the features:

Marvell? SATA 6Gb/s controller:
- 2 x SATA 6.0 Gb/s ports (gray)

NEC? USB 3.0 controller:
- 2 x USB 3.0 ports (blue; at back panel)

Expansion Slots:
- 1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (single at x16)

On the surface, it does sound good, but once the board is fired up, the above selected features are either on or off, depending on the settings. This is selectable deep in the BIOS, under the "IO Levelup" function, that have the following options:
[USB 3.0]
There's no [USB 3.0 and SATA 6G] option and this is how each options work:

PCIe slot-1 16x
USB 3.0 ports reduced to USB 2.0 speed
SATA 6G, or SATA 3.0, reduced to SATA 2.0
[USB 3.0]:
PCIe slot-1 reduced to 8x
USB 3.0 ports are USB 3.0
SATA 6G, or SATA 3.0, reduced to SATA 2.0
[SATA 6G]:
PCIe slot-1 reduced to 8x
USB 3.0 reduced to USB 2.0 speed
SATA 6G, or SATA 3.0, is SATA 3.0
Here's an image of the PCIe bus speed when the [SATA 6G] option has been selected:

iolevelup Asus.jpg

Isn't that lovely; do I want 16x PCIe video card, or speed up the new SATA 3.0 SSD drive?

While I am aware that I should've researched this motherboard more than I've done; however, it is also a false advertisement that Asus does at their website. Just to put it mildly...

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A:Asus P7P55D-E motherboard...

I had an Asus board several years ago that I had similar issues with. I never did like the board. However, it turned out to be a killer gaming board, which made my son very happy since he ended up with it.

Hard to say whether I'd want another one or not.

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good morning,

i had a few questions i would like to resolve about my motherboard...

1. i have a sataIII 6gb/s hard drive and a sata optical drive, i have the optical drive plugged into the intel controller, sata port #4, and it shows up in my bios under the main screen and i can boot from it, etc... the hard drive however is plugged into the marvell controller, the 6gb/s port, and does not show up in my normal bios.. however when it posts a screen flashes with something along the lines of 'marvell bios'.. etc... and lists my drive as sataIII speed. i presume everything is ok with the way this is setup?

2. how do i go about setting up the 6gb/s sataIII in the bios? i change 'detect sata as' to AHCI, and put the marvell controller in 'AHCI mode'? i must do this before installing my OS correct?

3. this might not be mobo related exaclty, but it is hardware related... i noticed that in bios (no OS even installed yet) under the hardware monitoring tab my temps are as follows: CPU Temperature (PECI) 55C-56C / Motherboard Temperature 37C-38C - are these temps too high for just idling in bios? is my heatsink not seated properly? I have already tried to reseat it once. the stock thermal paste was evenly applied to both the processor and heatsink, but it was the stock intel stuff... i have an old (maybe a year.. year and a half) tube of artic silver 5 laying around.. should i remove it and apply that? how do i go about removing the old and applying the new if necessary?

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A:Asus P7P55D-E Pro, couple questions

Yes, set the main SATA controller to AHCI mode, although this will have no effect on the W7 install you plan. I just like it that way.

Then go in and change the Marvell Controller to AHCI, before you install W7.
I've never installed an OS in this way. Please post back and let us know how that works.

Speedfan says my temps are 42C for processor, 56C for each core, and 46C for the system.
You should always apply a very thin coat of paste to the heatsink when you install it. But the stuff on the tab on the bottom of the stock heatsink is fine. It's not going to make a 10C difference.

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In another support thread here on sevenforums I'm adviced to update the usb drivers for my motherboard, but the asus website doesn't seem to have them.

I have no idea where to look.

Windows cannot automatically update the drivers as it claims they are up to date already so I will have to download and do it manually, but I can't do it if I can't find the drivers.

A:I need USB drivers for Asus P7P55D motherboard

If you are looking for the USB 3.0 drivers, they should be on the CD that came with the motherboard.
USB 2.0 should already be loaded when you installed Windows 7.

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I have just built a new system and am running windows 7 x64.

I have 1600MHz memory but my asus p7p55d motherboard is running at a default 1067MHz. When I first put everything together last week I tried adjusting just one setting in the bios that controls the memory speed. I boosted it up to the full 1600MHz, but this seemed to make the system unstable and it crashed a few times so I put it back to auto. Did I do something wrong? How do I go about clocking my memory up to the full 1600MHz? There is some software that comes with the motherboard that lets you over clock it from inside windows, should I use this or is it better to do it manually inside the bios?



A:Over clocking asus p7p55d motherboard

I dont think you should over clock the memory since its already 1600 mhz, instead, we should try to fix the problem with the mobo. Are you sure they didnt sell you 1067 mhz memory?

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Hi Guys and gals,

A while back about a year ago I updated my audio drivers once I was done I had Via HD Vdeck as my sound properties panel ( for a lack of what it is really called ) Tonight I was messing around with it to see if I could find someplace on it to adjust my 2 speaker balance from left to right or however it needed to be adjusted. back then I had this panel to control my sounds but nothing I could find for balance.

I went to Asus's website and found a newer driver than I had installed so I installed it, it didn't install and I tried it 3 times. finally I deleted it from my device manager and rebooted and windows found a driver that works fine, by "fine" I mean I can play sounds from my speakers and I can record from my mic.

However I would like the ability to make some adjustments like left to right balance. The task bar icon only shows a volume slider and for some reason a slider for each program open at that time.

Is there a basic sound mixer that works with Windows 7 64 bit, free would be nice

Thanks for any replies

A:Windows 7 64bit sound problem on Asus p7p55d-evo

In most (all that I've seen) the vendor's drivers (in this case ASUS) is the preferred driver. If the Via did not install there is some other problem or you downloaded the incorrect version. Check the ASUS site, for your specific motherboard, again as I think there are several versions of the driver available. Try them all to see one will give you what you want.

I have a newer ASUS motherboard but it has RealTek on it so I can't compare.

Some media players have EQ and possibly Left/Right balance controls. There is no 3rd party application that I know of since if it is available its a function of the correct sound driver.

Windows will install the "HD Audio Codec" which is a generic basic function sound driver. It will give you sound but not much more. It doesn't include the Stereo Mix (System Mixer) which is needed to record streaming audio from the internet and missing other enhancements.

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I really don't get it. I've spent the best part of an hour now checking part numbers on RAM to match correct ones to this motherboard.

Its clearly listed as dual channel, not triple channel, yet the only RAM I can find in the parts list is triple channel RAM! I've now checked ebuyer.com and OCUK as well.

Link to P7P55D board here: http://uk.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=yZD4yFdLw1l3gZ35&templete=2

I've attached the memory compatibility PDF to this post.

Two RAM's that are on the list, but are triple channel:

1. OCZ http://www.ebuyer.com/product/158576
2. Crucial http://www.ebuyer.com/product/152640

I can't find a single dual channel package across both sites that is ON that memory compatability listing.

I just can't make any sense of this. Surely if you put triple channel RAM in a dual channel supported motherboard you'd end up with single channel RAM, and therefore they're not actually compatible.

I'm clearly missing something, but I thought dual channel RAM was for 2/4/8 slot combinations (and run in pairs), and triple channel (to run in 3's) in 3/6 slot combinations.

What would happen if you used triple channel RAM in a dual channel RAM motherboard?

A:Looking at the certified RAM for Asus P7P55D Deluxe and its not making any sense!

Hi leeky,
a couple things, Ram itself is not dual,triple, or any designation. The architecture of the MB/mem controller is. the kits are just sold in pairs and triplicates on the idea that they have been manufactured together, tested and guaranteed to work nice together. Secondly The QVL especially has a 50/50 chance of not being up to date with all of the tested compatible modules. The dual channel version of the ram listed only as triple channel 'kits' will work with the MB and vice versa.
In other words, use 1 or 2 kits of this in the board


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I have loaded 16GB of Corsair 1333 ram onto my system's P7P55D Rev 1.xx MB. I am running Windows 7 64 Bit OS. The OS sees the full load, but it will only use 8GB as ram. How do I effect the full 16GB of useful Ram? Bio's update? Is this a board limitation where a later variant such as the LE variant would help?
Many thanks in advance for any help. As a senior, I am already stretching my technical experience.

A:16GB or Ram to be employed on ASUS P7P55D Mother board

Hello trout32. Welcome to the forum.

Your motherboard supports a max 16GB of memory. So you are good there.

Check the setting described here:
It should be UNCHECKED as shown in line #4.

Tell us what you find.

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I've been playing with overclocking my Intel i5 750 on a Asus P7P55D Pro. At one point today I was running temps up around 63c while running Prime and I started to hear a constant, piercing tone, like some kind of warning.

It was not coming from the system audio because it continued when I turned off the speakers.

When I killed the Prime test and temps went down, it stopped.

While doing this test, I was also running Speedfan and Core Temp.

Does this Mobo have a warning tone? I can't find anything about it in BIOS. I also checked Speedfan and Core Temp and I don't see anything in their settings about a warning tone. I see a warning pop-up option in Core Temp, and a shutdown option, but nothing about a noise.

If it was coming from a program like Core Temp, wouldn't it come through the system audio?

That's why I was thinking the board itself had a warning?

Anyone know where the noise is coming from? 63c isn't really hot enough for a warning is it?

A:CPU Heat Warning Tone: Where is it coming from? (I5 750 & Asus P7P55D)

63 is not that high for your CPU. However, you should never use 2 temp monitoring programs at the same time. Both reading the same sensors can cause false readings. Core temp does have a warning if you set it. I'm not familar with your board, so can't answer some of your questions, but most modern CPUs and boards have a fail safe shut down that will shut the computer down if the CPU gets overheated, to protect it from damage.

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Hey there,

I'm using the onboard sound of my ASUS P7P55D motherboard.
The back audio connectors work fine, but I somehow can't use the front panel that I connected to the mobo (yellow cable).

Is there a trick or any setting to activate it with win7 professional x64?

I also tried changing to AC97 in BIOS, didn't help...


A:Front audio Panel doesn't work (ASUS P7P55D motherboard)

Check which it is that the csae has as they are wired differently between HD Audio and AC97,

It is also possible that that fpaudio block is wired wrong and neither will work. If that is what it is it will take pulling and reseating the various wires in the block; not easy but can be done.

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Error 0x80070017

keeps coming up when I install my windows 7 disk. I've used two different disks and the same error occurs, though at different levels of completion. I've searched the forums and come to the conclusion that either my memory isn't good for this board, or it is the hard drive that i'm installing to.

When I start it hangs at 0% expanded and about two mins later it gets to about 72% expanded and then the error occurs. The first disk i used only got to 39%. I've ran a memory diagnostic and currently have no access to a USB boot disk.

A:Windows 7 ultimate x64 - Error 0x80070570 Asus P5b, q6600

This is almost always an installer error. Where did you get Win7? Check HASH or download another ISO, burn to DVD or write to flash stick using Windows 7 USB-DVD Download Tool.

Boot installer using one-time BIOS Boot Menu key given on first boot screen. Unplug all other HD's and peripherals.

If this fails, wipe the HD first with Diskpart Clean Command accessing DISKPART At PC Startup.

Next reset BIOS to defaults in BIOS setup, set SATA controller to AHCI to try install.

Next test your HD using maker's HD Diagnostic extended CD scan, then test your RAM - Test with Memtest86+ for 5-6 passes. Remove all but 2gb RAM to try install, then swap RAM.

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I received my new Plextor PX716SA SATA drive (hope I have the model # right - it's the dual-layer SATA drive). Put simply, I cannot boot the system if this drive is attached.

My board is an Asus k8V-Deluxe. I have three other SATA devices, all three are hard drives, and they are recognized and run fine.

However, if I plug the Plextor into the Promise 20378 controller (running in IDE mode), it fails during bios boot, detection phase, with a message that my hardware is misconfigured. This happens on either drive, and I've checked the connections and all.

If I plug it into the VIA VT8237 Southbridge connectors, it'll detect, but I'm not sure it's detecting correctly - it sees it as a Plextor during detection, but in the BIOS Boot Devices screen it shows "MBA UNDI (Bus0 Slot)" - but partway through booting into windows, it'll fail with an Inaccessible_Boot_Device error. I've tried disabling it in the BIOS Boot Priority screen, but still get the same error.

System boots perfectly fine as long as the SATA cable for that device is unplugged.

Anybody have any advice? Anyone know for sure if this board is compatible with this drive? Can't seem to find anything that says yea or nay.

Appreciate any help/advice. I did go to Plextor's site, but it wasn't any help.

Oh, and it's getting juice, I can open/close the door and the light comes on during boot.


A:Solved: Problem with Plextor SATA drive on Asus board

It could be defective. I once had a modem that would make Windows freez on startup. I also had this problem on a CD-Rom drive that went bad on me. It just may not working right. Send it back, where-ever it came from and try another.

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hi there

i new to all of this update bios thing and i just learned how to do it today (or so i hope...)

but i still too scared to give it a try because

1. i never done it before and scare to loss my mobo

2. i don't know what the stable version for it

3. scare from blackout.. (lol)

anyway i need help from other user that have the same mobo that i do and update his bios allready before (it will really help if you even update it to the last version) ... i need to know if the very last version (Version 2003) of my mobo Bios is stable for it and not case any "side effects" ... because i saw some situations in the past when people update their bios and the results was : they got blue screens nonstop in different situations ,got only black screen after the pc start up,was force to format their pc (in really rare cases), make hardwares to stop wroking, make the pc slower, and etc. i really scared to try it also beacuse i don't know if there is any way to restore the bios to it older version after i update it

my motherbored is ASUS P7P55D (normal one, not deluxe and etc) which i bought in the end of 2009

and my bios version is still the same (i never update my bios before)

Uploaded with ImageShack.us

and it really old.

you can see my build at my profile.

thanks ahead to all these who will help.

p.s if you can tell me what the steps you done in order to install your bios i really appreciate it (just want to be 10000% sure that i won't do somethi... Read more

A:does ASUS P7P55D motherbored last Bios version (Version 2003) stable?

It's probably a good thing that you are scared.

A BIOS generally should not be updated unless you are having issues and have a strong reason to believe that a BIOS update will resolve those issues.

Why do you want to update the BIOS?

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NOT Solved Using a P7P55D-E-Pro M Board BIOS Version 1602

Windows Boot Manager shows the following
When I tried to install Windows 8 Pro 64 bit Upgrade to Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
I got a surprise.

Windows encountered a problem communicating with a device connected to your computer
This error can be caused by unplugging a removable storage device such
as an external USB drive while the device is in use.
Make sure any removable storage is properly connected and then restart your computer.

I/O Error 0xc00000e9

My Installation of Windows 7 Pro 64 bit Starts and runs but I cannot boot from my Windows 7 Pro 64 bit Installation DVD. - OR - the Windows 8 Pro Upgrade DVD
I get Error 0xc00000e9 like many many others have reported.

I disconnected ALL drives except C:\ the 240 gb drive
on Sata 1 and the DVD drive on Sata 3 Got the same error.

Then I started all over and attached a NEW WD 500 gb hard drive to Sata 1
with ALL other drives disconnected. and got the same error.
This has to be a serious issue with the M Board P7P55D-E-Pro.
This board has Marvel 6 gb Storage controller
for the two 6 gb sata ports.
It has USB 3 driven by NEC or Renesas software. I've tried both.
When disabled I get still get that same error.
Any Help greatly appreciated.
I've tried everything I can think of.
Note This computer runs windows 7 Pro64 bit with all drives connected
flawlessly. I'm certain thousands of people have this problem. Some
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A:P7P55D-E-Pro and I/O Error 0xc00000e9 and Windows 7 Re Install

I have the same board, Asus P7P55D-E Pro, with 16GBs RAM 2.4 i5 overclocked to 3.8 and I'm currently installing Win 8 on a Kingston SSDNow V200 without problems.

You should run a RAM check on your system.
Or maybe use the Intel SATA ports.

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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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I am having issues with my Asus USB-N13 on a Win7 64 bit system. This is a fresh install and the dongle worked before the reinstall. Upon plugging in the device the window pops up stating the driver was unable to be installed. I plugged the device into my PC and it worked without having to download any drivers also a Win7 64 bit Ultimate.

I have tried the below steps with all versions of the driver on the Asus site.

Removed unrecognized device via device manager
Reboot computer
Install latest drivers from Asus site. Install looks work as expected. Reboot PC
Device not installed.

I've also tried the "Update Driver Software"option accessed by right clicking the device from Device Manager and using Have Disk then trying each driver file from the above versions.

I have also tried the Browser>>Let Me Pick From a List>>Have Disk and pick the EXACT device (there are multiple that match). They all claim to not be compatible, I try to proceed and I get an error stating the device can't be started.

Should I just try to reinstall windows again?

A:Asus USB-N13 won't install. Win7 Ultimate 64bit

ASUS USB-N13 N300 USB 2.0 Wifi Adapter (support site) is the most current Windows 7 64-bit driver for that wireless device.
Its driver file is in .zip format, so it needs to be downloaded and saved inside an empty folder and then its contents extracted into that same folder.
Double-clicking the "setup.exe" file will start the install process of the driver.

1027.4.630.2015 is the Windows 7 64-bit version of that Realtek chip-based driver.


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Hello guys. Today I have found this nice forum, so I am new here and sorry for my bad english.

I have big problem with my ASUS UX32A. I bought it today with Win7 Home Premium 64bit with a lot of bloatware. All I wanted to do is a clean instal of Win7 64bit which ended up in dead spot.

I did install Win7 a lot of times to my old ASUS, but this time was different because of ASUS UX32A hybrid drive 320GB HDD/24GB SSD.
First of all I made bootable USB which helped me to enter setup of Windows install.
There I deleted two partitions, one had old Win7 in it, and another was empty. But then I realized that there are a lot of more partitions, I and didn't know what to do with them and another

As you see there are a lot of partitions and I cant merge them all. As I understand one of them should be SSD for faster cache or something? I don't know which partitions I should delete and format which I should leave, to safe my SSD for fast cache. Moreover when I try to install Win7 on ANY partition I got this:
Now I am stuck here, because I cant log in to my old Win7 and I can't do clean install. It's my new PC and I need it to work very much. Btw I found in google that there are some system recovery thing, after I press F9 at boot time, I could restore factory settings, but it doesn't work..
Please guys, help me.

A:How to do clean Win7 install on ASUS UX32A

The PC has an EFI BIOS explained here: Installing Windows to an EFI-Based Computer
The 30-year-long Reign of BIOS is Over: Why UEFI W... - Input Output

It requires special installation steps: UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with - Windows 7 Forums

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Hello Everyone,
I'm here with a serious problem, i have a Laptop Asus X55M1 with windows 8.1 but i hate win8 and i want to install win7. I've tried everything and i can't format it.
I have a USB Bootable Flash Drive (Pen) with win7 32 and 64 bits, i use it to format every computers and always worked. Now when i put the flash drive in the Laptop and go to Boot Priority and select the Flash Drive, its supposed to appear the win7 stuff but instead show win8 logo and keep running. Instead of a Flash Drive i got a DVD with win7 and in boot priority don't show annything about cd/dvd.
So i had to look some tutorials about that problem and i found some interesting post like creating a UEFI Bootable USB flash drive. But now he load the files and when is going to appear the win7 logo he glitch and on the top shows a red line. I download alots of Win7 64 bits and keep showing the same.

My Laptop:

Annyone can help me??


A:I can't install win7 on my asus laptop with win8.1!!!

Quote from this post:

If you have an OEM PC that came with Windows 8 64-bit preinstalled and you want to install Windows 7 64-bit, then you must disable Secure Boot, because Secure Boot is not compatible with Windows 7. But if Windows 7 installation does not succeed in UEFI Boot Mode, try installing Windows 7 in Legacy BIOS Boot Mode, but then you will need to delete all partitions.

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Cheers guys,

One short question, related to my Asus S400CA laptop. It has a hybrid drive with 2 parts, a 24 GB SSD and a bigger HDD. As far as I read, the SSD is used for caching. As SO, it was provided with Win8 preinstalled, however I wanted to switch to Win7.

Now, the question is: can I perform a clean win 7 install on the SSD? Or should I use the normal HDD for this.

Actually it is a postfactum question, since I tried this already.
It did it via external dvd drive, but after install finishes, at first reboot it does not boot into windows. It just stays in a loop between the ASUS splashscreen and a black screen with a cursor blinking in upper left corner.
(secure boot disabled of course). Looks like it cannot find the SO from the SSD, even if in BIOS I selected the SSD as boot option #1.

Thanks for help.

A:win7 install on the SSD within a hybrid drive (ASUS)

We have helped users install on the 24gb SSD which is normally used by a paging file. This requires booting the Win7 installation media using DVD or flash stick, deleting all partitions shown, then formatting new ones to choose the 24gb for install.

You'll then want to install only the OS and your most important programs on the SSD, minimize the paging file to 2gb, move the User folders to the HDD: User Folders - Change Default Location

If this is a Windows 8 PC then you'll first need to enter BIOS setup to turn off Secure boot, decide if you want UEFI BIOS vs. Legacy BIOS - YouTube. For UEFI boot the installer as a EFI device, follow UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with - Windows 7 Forums. For Legacy you'll Bypass UEFI to Install WIn7

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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.

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.

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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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The audio on my Asus P5E3 DELUXE/WiFi-AP motherboard does not appear to work. Windows 7 says that there is no audio output device installed. As such, when I plug my speakers in I get no sound and the sound icon in the notification area continues to display a red circle with an "x".

The High Definition Audio Controller is installed under Device Manager and appears to be normal. However, it is listed under System Devices. There is no listing for Sound, Video, & Game Controllers (I am not sure if this is applicable to Win7). I have disabled and re-enabled the audio controller. I have uninstalled it and let Windows reinstall it. All to no avail. For what it's worth, the controller appears to be using a standard Microsoft driver.

System info says that no sound devices are installed.

I have verified (multiple times) that onboard audio is enabled in the BIOS. I have tried disabling the audio in the BIOS, booting, into Windows shutting down, and then re-enabling the onboard audio. No go.

I have attempted to reinstall the Soundmax drivers from ASUS. They don't install. I receive an error message saying that the audio driver files do not support my hardware. I am sure that I am trying to install the correct drivers.

There is no software installed that would be interfering with the audio and all services look normal.

Any ideas?

A:No audio device on Win7, drivers from Asus won't install


which speakers are you using and which driver?
because most of the speakers are plug n play...

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ASUS Essentio CM1831-US-3AB Desktop PC AMD FX-Series FX-8120 8 core(3.1GHz) 8GB DDR3 1TB HDD Window 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Have system that is 2 yr old. Want to do a clean install and bypass all the extra ASUS added in Junk.
Can I just download Current Win7 Home 64 Bit? Install that, and use my current product key.

Thank You.

A:Win7 clean install, Get rid of ASUS Extra Junk

Hello Wadeingin,

Sure, the method in the tutorial below is great for doing a clean install with an OEM Windows.

Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7

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Hey pep was wondering if anyone can help me out, Ive been trying for 3 days now to install a clean os on a raid 0 setup. I can get the array setup in the bios np, but when it comes time to actually install the os i can't. Reason being i cannot for the life of me find a raid driver that is signed by windows>< The south chip is sb700.

A:New os install raid win7 64bit Asus m4a78t-e


Welcome to Seven Forums
Read quiet a few reviews indicating poor performance for the sb700.


AMD has also fixed an issue with the SB700 southbridge caused by a malfunction of the internal clock generator. Although motherboard makers will need to add an external one to solve the problem for now, AMD has notified its partners that the issue will be fixed in an updated SB710 chipset, added the sources.

More here

Have you considered adding a RAID-controller if you have spare PCI-slots available?


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Apparently, this issue has been mentioned here previously. See,

Asus EEE PC1000H + Card Reader Driver

Generally, I am not concerned with my SD card reader as the OP of the above thread was yet, I am concerned regarding the need for appropriate drivers. So far, the Win7 install behaves well with the lone exception of an odd display of two rows of four tabs of Chrome when I attempted to return to my browsers home page yesterday following the install. Every use of Chrome since this lone bad example has been fine. The Intel 945 (?) chipset driver was upgraded after the install was completed.

I did not activate my Win7 during install so, I have 30 days to do so. My WEI is 2.2 in view of the Atom N270 but, the response of the OS is good because, I coupled the Win7 with a Samsung 840 PRO 256 Gb SSD.

I contacted ASUS regarding use and compatibility of the XP drivers that remain available for the 1000H but, this sounds like a lost cause.

Any advise?

A:Win7 32-bit Clean Install: Compatible ASUS Eee PC 1000H Drivers?

Did you complete all Window 7 Updates?

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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.

A:Error 0X80070570 in WIN 7 Pro Install

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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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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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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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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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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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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. . .



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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


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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Recently, apparently for no reason, both the CD-ROM drive and the cd burner have stopped working. It is not due to hardware malfunction, but Windows does not want to let the drivers work or something. They do not show up in "My Computer" and so when I go to Device Manager, they have the little yellow circle next both of them. I double click on one and go to "update drivers" and eventually it finds the *.inf file that it already had been using at "C:/WINDOWS/inf/cdrom.inf". It then says "The device in not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device. So next, I tried copying the inf file. to its respective locations. I get the same error, every time. Very frustrating... I checked bios and doesnt look like there are any problems in there... I think this happened when a service pack download went wrong??? Anyway, PLEASE HELP! VERY DESPERATE HERE.. I really dont want to have to reinstall Windows. And yes, the websites for the cd drives tell me to just use the default Windows drivers. Ugh. I have never had this problem before, and it seems to have come out of nowhere. Thank you for any help.


Try right-clicking the drivers and removing them. Then restart and let them be re-detected.

What OS are you running?

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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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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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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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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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