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Getting Error code: 0x80070570 while installing Windows 7 Home Premium

Q: Getting Error code: 0x80070570 while installing Windows 7 Home Premium

While i am installing Windows 7 Home Basic 64 Bit on my SONY VAIO VGN-NW350F laptop i am getting the following error .

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 am getting error at installing Windows level.....while Expanding Windows Files at 5% it struck.

Formatted total HDD and given new partitions, No use

I have tried with 3 Different Genuine Windows 7 Disks but getting same problem every time.

Please provide me workaround or good solution to fix the problem.

Thanks In Advance
Shankar
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A: Getting Error code: 0x80070570 while installing Windows 7 Home Premium

Work through these steps for Overcoming Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums

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I've seen a lot of threads about Error code: 0x80070570 here, but none of the solutions works for me.

I posted on /r/techsupport earlier today:

https://www.reddit.com/r/techsupport...boot_from_usb/

Where I had trouble getting into the windows installer. I managed to get the installer going, but now I am getting an error message during the installation:

https://gyazo.com/cc6818f7667da1c11a66f360a712a0d3
Error code: 0x80070570

This happened after I formatted my drives; during the installation. I've tried to take out my RAM 1 by 1, but with no luck.
Running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a self-built desktop computer. Installing Windows 7 Ultimate x64 with a Kingston USB-stick "burned" with Rufus. This is the ISO I am using:

Download Official ISO's of Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 legally and for free - TechFleece

I have no access to a different Windows computer, only a MacBook Pro Retina. Nor do I have a different USB-stick or drive, so solutions which no not require any of this is appreciated. I am not the most computer savvy guy either, so keeping it simple would be nice

Thanks in advance!

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I get 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 Vista Home edition and I am trying to install either Windows 7 Home premium. I have the requirements it takes to put windows 7 on a computer. You can post on this thread to help me or if you need to email me for some reason it is [email protected]
 

A:error code 0x80070570 When installing win 7

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I have done a Google search and been the the Microsoft site. I have tried every suggestion: clean boot, MS Update Readiness Program, MS Fix-it Program, Update Reset, disabling my AV and Firewall, Manual and Automatic Update but nothing allows me to update KB2484033, KB2511250, or KB2522422. I have tried 3rd party programs to include: HijackThis, MT RUbot, ComboFix, and FixCleaner and they haven't helped. I have Spybot, McAffee, MS Defender, and I use Windows Firewall. All of these are current and update with no problem.

Can anyone help with this problem.

TIA

A:Error Code 800BO100 on Windows 7 Home Premium

Just as an aside, both Windows Defender and ALL McAfee products are, in my opinion, worthless. I'd disable Defender (set the Windows Defender service to DISABLED) and uninstall any McAfee product and replace it with ANY other anti virus app.

As for the updates, try system restore to a time before the updates and try again.

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Hello
I'm having a problem installing Windows Updates on my Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit PC - the update process ends with the error code: 800736B3 (see attached screenshot)

I have tried following several suggested courses of action I obtained from several sources, none of which has resolved the problem, including Methods 1 & 2 of Microsoft's

Windows update error code 800736B3 failes to install (KB974455, - Microsoft Community

sfc /scannow -> no errors reported

System Update Readiness Tool -> downloaded, installed successfully - no errors reported.

After running both of these, restarted my PC and then tried to install the Windows updates again - no luck, same error reported.

So now I will see if anyone here can help me?

Thank-you very much in advance for any assistance you can provide.

Kevin

p.s. the CBS.zip file I created as per the Windows Update Posting Instructions was 76MB, so too large to post! There are several large .cab files in that folder (CbsPersist_%.cab) - can I exclude those from the zip file?

Edit: Added CBS.zip file with .log files only from C:\Windows\Logs\CBS folder

A:Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Update - Error Code 800736B3

I'm trying to figure out what exactly this error code means... it's not as easy to find like BSOD bugcheck codes, lol.

What updates failed exactly?

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Following the Windows Update Posting Instructions I have met a difficulty in that I see the maximum zip file upload is limited to 8MB. My CBS.zip file is 27.2MB and I would appreciate advice of any steps I should take before proceeding further.

I have installed the System Update Readiness Tool and the installation of KB976932 fails with the display of error code: 8024200D.

A:Windows 7 Home Premium Installation SP1 Fails Error Code:8024200D

This image shows the contents and file sizes of my CBS folder
Attachment 268353

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Hi,

For a while I have been having problems updating Windows 7 Home Premium x64 using Windows Update, getting the Error Code 80246008 (please ?Error Code 80246008? pic attached).

I decided to investigate this and found this Microsoft page:
Windows Update error 80246008 - Windows Help

Tried to start BITS but got the Error Code 2147024894 (please see ?BITS start error? pic attached)
I then downloaded WindowsUpdateDiagnostic.diagcab and ran it.

Tried first to troubleshoot and repair BITS but also some error messages surfaced (please see ?BITS troubleshooting errors? pic attached)

Then tried to troubleshoot and repair Windows Update but also got error messages (please see ?Windows Update Troubleshooting errors? pic attached)

Yesterday I did also a partial re-installation of the OS (only key files), using the OS image that came pre-installed with the laptop. This did not work. (I did a fresh reinstall of the OS just some 3 weeks ago to get rid of all the little bugs that had accumulated so far, which makes this situation a bit more frustrating).

Since none of these things helped I did what you state on the Windows Update Posting page:
1 ? Ran the SURT from the Desktop and it seemed to install a file. (please see ?Hotfix for Windows message? pic attached). It took about 20 mins or so to do it.
2 ? Did a sfc /scannow from command prompt, logged in as admin. (please see ?sfc scannow check results? pic attached)
3 ? Did a system reboot.
4 ? Tried windows up... Read more

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I have an Acer Aspire Laptop that I am getting very frustrated with. Any help with this issue would be greatly appreciated. My son had this laptop origianlly and got so frustrated he just stuck in the top of his closet for a few years. Now I'm needing
a computer and he gave me the laptop. I have researched and done so many different things I'm ready to pull my hair out. I decided to make sure everything was backed up and ran the eRecovery Program on here from Acer back to the Factory Default settings. I
have uninstalled the McAfee Security Suite and added VIPRE Antivirus Home. I also uninstalled Bing Bar (I have no use for it), newsXpresso (no use for it), Norton Online Backup, Times Reader. I tried to do a manual update for Windows and I'm still getting
that error code. Please help.

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I keep getting error code 0x80070570
An unexpected error is keeping you from creating the folder. If you continue to receive this error,you can use the error code search to help with this problem

any suggestion to fix would be appreciated
Thanks
D

A:Need Some Help New To Windows 8 Error Code 0x80070570

When do you see this error message? Is it during install or while using Windows 8?

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I am trying to install Windows 7 on an HP Slimline s5220y with a USB installer I made from a Windows 7 ISO (I made the ISO from a working Windows 7 DVD). At around 25% through extracting the files, I get an error message with the error code 0x80070570. Any help is appreciated

A:Windows 7 Installation Error code 0x80070570

Hello and welcome Cave mate I think personally although fiddly using this tutorial and invoking the ie.cfg removal tool would be far less problematical as long as you choose the correct version for which you have the activation code for.

Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 it does also give info on doing it with a stick anyhow.

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I recently bought a new SSD ( Crucial MX100 512 GB)
and I wanted to install windows on it, but for the past couple days I've encountered the same error over and over.
Gyazo - cbdee771428da741b21b6b921a8230b5.png
I've burned the ISO on a disk and USB, both of them coming up with the same error. I've even tried a different ISO (Windows 7 Ultimate and Windows 8.1 Pro)
I have updated my bios and also unplugged and plugged back in my ram. I've practically tried everything that came up while googling this error.

A:Installing Windows Error 0x80070570

It's possible that the SATA drivers aren't recognized during the Windows 7 or 8 extraction portion of setup (In your BIOS may also need to be set with AHCI). Usually Load SATA drivers before actual install begins. May need to look for updates to the drivers at manufacturer's site of motherboard.

Make sure did it correctly look at these, something could be corrupt with ISO you made

http://www.eightforums.com/.../2227-create-bootable-usb-dvd-windows-8-iso.html

http://www.eightforums.com/.../18309-windows-8-windows-8-1-iso-download- create.html

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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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Guys i have this problem with my Toshiba laptop:
Several days ago my com crashed..when i started my computer on the very beginning on start up screen when it says windows is starting i get a 1second blue screen with some saying and my laptop restarts by it self.
So,ok i have Windows 7 Ultimate installation dvd and i tried to install it,everything goes well untill on the second line of the very beginning of windows installation 98% i get this message Error Code:0x80070570
I've read some forums people were saying that this could be a RAM problem,so,ok my toshiba have 2 RAMS x 2 Gb..so i taked out 1 tried to install-same error,putted in another slot-same error,replaced and putted my other Ram Memory in the slots same again.
So,is there any solution how to fix this?i can see in bios that bios is reading my HDD,not sure if its working,does that mean that if BIOS is recognizing my Laptops HDD that works 100%???Could be something else causing that error code mentioned above??
Please someone respond and help me...THANK U IN ADVANCE

A:WINDOWS 7 Ultimate installation Error Code 0x80070570 problem!!!

Follow these steps exactly to Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7.

Did Ultimate come with the laptop? Install only the licensed version using the Product Key on COA sticker.

Wipe the HD before install with Diskpart Clean Command

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So, I faced this problem 2 years ago, yet, I can't solve it.

A few years back, I've got a new Toshiba Satellite C850-B797 laptop. It came with Windows 7 64-bit, few months later I forced to format it and install a new Windows; However, since that time, I'm locked out of ANY 64-bit version of Win.

Though, ANY 32-bit version of Win will install without problem (WHY??).

The error code is 0x80070570
I've searched the internet and even did my personal research, but with no luck.

It just stops at 17% while installing, and gives that error.

What I've tried:
- Installing from 4 different USB sticks. (Couldn't use CD/DVD, the driver isn't functional).
- Trying different USB ports both 3.0 and 2.0
- Trying different SATA modes, both IDE and AHCI.
- Swapping out and removing the RAMs.
- Wiping out the HDD many times even with dban.
- Trying many ISOs and different Windows versions (7, 8, and 10).

Out of all of that, 32-bit installs perfectly, but 64-bit is NOT.

Why? What is the problem?
Thanks in advance for any kind of help.

A:Error 0x80070570 when installing ANY 32bit version of Windows

Stupid me....
The title says: "Error 0x80070570 when installing ANY 32bit version of Windows"
But my problem is with 64bit

Just changed it now.

Note: if you are still confused, my real problem is with 64bit versions.
The correct title is: "Error 0x80070570 when installing ANY 64bit version of Windows"

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So, I faced this problem 2 years ago, yet, I can't solve it.

A few years back, I've got a new Toshiba Satellite C850-B797 laptop. It came with Windows 7 64-bit, few months later I forced to format it and install a new Windows; However, since that time, I'm locked out of ANY 64-bit version of Win.

Though, ANY 32-bit version of Win will install without problem (Why?).

The error code is 0x80070570
I've searched the internet and even did my personal research, but with no luck.

It just stops at 17% while installing, and gives that error.

What I've tried:
- Installing from 4 different USB sticks. (Couldn't use CD/DVD, the driver isn't functional).
- Trying different USB ports both 3.0 and 2.0
- Trying different SATA modes, bith IDE and AHCI.
- Swapping out and removing the RAMs.
- Wiping out the HDD many times even with dban.
- Trying many ISOs and different Windows versions (7, 8, and 10).

Out of all of that, 32-bit installs perfectly, but 64-bit is NOT.

Why? What is the problem?
Thanks in advance for any kind of help.

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So, I faced this problem 2 years ago, yet, I can't solve it.

A few years back, I've got a new Toshiba Satellite C850-B797 laptop. It came with Windows 7 64-bit, few months later I forced to format it and install a new Windows; However, since that time, I'm locked out of ANY 64-bit version of Win.

Though, ANY 32-bit version of Win will install without problem (WHY??).

The error code is 0x80070570
I've searched the internet and even did my personal research, but with no luck.

It just stops at 17% while installing, and gives that error.

What I've tried:
- Installing from 4 different USB sticks. (Couldn't use CD/DVD, the driver isn't functional).
- Trying different USB ports both 3.0 and 2.0
- Trying different SATA modes, both IDE and AHCI.
- Swapping out and removing the RAMs.
- Wiping out the HDD many times even with dban.
- Trying many ISOs and different Windows versions (7, 8, and 10).

Out of all of that, 32-bit installs perfectly, but 64-bit is NOT.

Why? What is the problem?
Thanks in advance for any kind of help.

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Hi, I've tried multiple times to upgrade to SP1 via Windows Update and it has failed. It doesn't even get to the installation stage; it fails to download. I have tried reverting to a system restore point multiple times, and it still fails.

My system:
Asus K52Jr-X5 Notebook
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
Intel Core i3-350m
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470
500 GB hard drive with 2 partitions
4 GB DDR3 RAM

A:SP1 x64 Home Premium Upgrade Error: Code 800F081F

Try this:
Windows Update - Reset

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I have had the error code 0x80073b01 appear everytime i start up.I know very little about computers,but have found out I need to adress this prob.how do i fix it please? I am running windows 7 home premium.I have avg but the firewall won't activate.I am not running defender.

A:how to repair error code 0x80073b01 on 7 home premium

What is your operating system?
Is that the complete message?
 
Are you running McAfee and windows Defender?

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I'm working on a laptop for my CEO, and after doing a bunch of malware removal and start menu restores, I'm left with an issue when installing SP1. The setup fails with the error described here:

Windows 7/2008 R2 Service Pack 1 fails with 0x800f0a12 - The Windows Servicing Guy - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

I see the problem can be related to the active partition, so I take a look in Disk Management. There's a small 10 MB partition at the end of the drive marked active. This is a gray area for me, so how to I best get the proper partition listed as active? See below for the Disk Management screen, and ignore the 4 GB Patriot flash drive. I plugged that in just to save the screenie.

A:Error installing SP1 on Home Premium

Don't mess with teh Active parttion - it's likely to be purely a boot-manager.
Is the E: drive an external one?

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Windows cant check for updates, error code. I get Microsoft office 2007 updates and Windows updates all the time. Just got message.

Have these on system.

1. Norton 2008 Internet Security
2. Spyware doctor
3. Spyware blaster

Thanks for all help previous.

Tony

Just my old company logo, closed 2 years ago.

A:[SOLVED] Error code 8024402C Vista home premium

Norton firewall wouldnt let thru, turn off norton firewall , turned on Windows. Downloaded update Vista SP1. Then went back.

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Hello,

I am trying to install Windows 7 on my ASUS laptop. I tried different types of harddisks but it still does not work. Also I did a memtest.

I am booting the intallation from a usb disk.

Here a picture of the error:

http://oi59.tinypic.com/710a5d.jpg

Thanks in advance!

A:Error installing Windows 7 - error: 0x80070570

How was the USB stick prepared? For Legacy BIOS use Windows 7 USB-DVD Download Tool
but for UEFI BIOS' you must use Option One from UEFI Bootable USB Flash Drive - Create in Windows and then boot the stick as a UEFI device.

Otherwise follow these steps to Troubleshoot Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums

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first of all sorry for my bad English..

I have downloaded windows8 developerPreview-32bit-English (2.8 GB) successfully..
made a bootable USB and tried to install (fresh install).
when it comes to expanding files at 57% it gave error code:0x80070570 and tried again.
same error..
tried to install on VMWare, Virtual Box directly with ISO..
same error.
on the other system with different configuration..
and again same error..

so, i searched on google. only the solution there may be problem with ISO is to re-download ISO..
but my net speed is very very low (download sppeds upto 12 kbps).
i downloaded it 2.8 with great difficulties.. (took 5 days to download.)

i can't download it again..

is there any alternate solution like rebuilding the ISO with working files.
is it possible to know which files of ISO are corrupted and replace them with working files..

pls help...

A:error code : 0x80070570

Sorry, but your best bet is to redownload. good luck.

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Trying to install Windows 7 Pro and I keep getting the error code 0x80070570.
I have tried everything from removing ram, clearing BIOS, jumper configs, re-downloading the software, slow burn...etc...
Can someone help me please

A:How do I fix 0x80070570 error code??

Fill in your computer specs. Since it's a custom build, include the motherboard make and model.

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I tried to update my son's laptop with the latest "Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 (KB3213986)", but after downloading the update I got : Error code: (0x80070570). The same thing happened with the December Cumulative Update and I thought that Microsoft would fix this in the January update? Apparently not. At all other computers at home there was no problem with the update. Any solutions?
 

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I keep getting the error code: 0x80070570, cannot locate file, installation will now be cancelled.  This is Windows 7 Home Premium-32 bit.  I'm trying to do a clean install. Please help.

A:Error Code:0x80070570

Hey,in my view, this kind of problem is probably caused by the culprits as follows: 1.memory installation issue : try to check the installed memory situation on you motherboard and fix it if it has come adrift. 2.driver confilt : update some unsuitable driver to the latest version.

Sometimes things happen that are just out of your control.

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Get this error code 0x80070570
cant remove any programs or files
Windows 8.1
HP PC

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I recently built a gaming PC, and this past week or so, it will just randomly BSOD. It doesnt seem to have any real noticable trigger (happens while playing games or just using IE), and so far nothing i've tried has had any effect. Any help would be extremely appreciated.

Accidentally closed the error screen while typing this, but the other four lines below the error code were all zeros. if it happens again, i will update this post with it.

Dump files, Performance Report and System Specs

Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium
AMD FX-8150 3.6 Ghz 8-Core
AsRock 870 Extreme 3 R2.0
Corsair DDR3 1600 Mhz 2x4 GB
XFX Radeon HD 6870 2GB GDDR5 900Mhz Clock
Sanyo 26' LED-LCD TV
Western Digital 250 Gb 7200 rpm
Raidmax Rx 700 AC psu
Cooler Master Vortex Plus
Blue screened again, got the error report this time
To- writhziden, thank you for the help, will take some time to test all of these. Will post results.
Locale ID: 1033
Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 3b
BCP1: 00000000C0000005
BCP2: FFFFF80001EDB4E2
BCP3: FFFFF8801159BE90
BCP4: 0000000000000000
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 768_1

A:BSOD BC Code 1e Windows 64-bit Home Premium

Code:


Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.12.0002.633 AMD64
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Loading Dump File [C:\Users\Mike\Downloads\BSODDmpFiles\Donovan702\Windows_NT6_BSOD_jcgriff2\011912-18189-01.dmp]
Mini Kernel Dump File: Only registers and stack trace are available

Symbol search path is: SRV*c:\users\mike\documents\symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols
Executable search path is:
Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64
Product: WinNt, suite: TerminalServer SingleUserTS Personal
Built by: 7601.17640.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.110622-1506
Machine Name:
Kernel base = 0xfffff800`01e1c000 PsLoadedModuleList = 0xfffff800`02061670
Debug session time: Thu Jan 19 22:14:39.585 2012 (UTC - 7:00)
System Uptime: 0 days 2:23:38.303
Loading Kernel Symbols
...............................................................
................................................................
.....................................
Loading User Symbols
Loading unloaded module list
......
*******************************************************************************
* *
* Bugcheck Analysis *
* *
*******************************************************************************

Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging ... Read more

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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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While updating HP Active Support Library in windows vista home premium it downloads and checks for space allocation and then gives me Error 1316.A network error while attempting to read from file c:\windows\installer\HP active support library.msi Then after the rolling back action I receive Error-1603-Fatal-error during installation consult windows installer help (msi.chm) or msdn for more information. I have tried to go to the latter but have been unsuccessful in eliminating this problem. Is there anything that can be done short of restoring my laptop back to its original out of the box settings?

A:Receiving Error-1603-Fatal error during installation of update for the home support library in windows vista home premium

Worth reading, IMO: http://www.zolved.com/synapse/view_content/20113/Error_1316__A_network_error_occurred_while_attempting_to_rea

Louis

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I'm new guys so bear with me.

Just built a new rig, specs are in my bio but long story short I'm trying to install w7 fresh onto a sshd from a usb. When it gets to 15% during expanding windows files it gives me the error code 0x80070570. so here's what I've done: ensured sata settings are set to ahci, used different ram in different slots on mobo, format hd in cmd with diskpart, made sure ram settings good in uefi, redownloaded Iso file and reran program to make usb drive bootable. Currently I'm using the clean all command in disk part and then going to try and partition the drive. Should I be partitioning for the ssd? Is there something else I'm missing with the hybrid drive? I've been working at this for about 2 days and could use some help. Thanks in advance

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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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A:Error code: 0x80070570 during installation 7100 x86

As I have just posted on another thread put the iso back in utorrent and force a recheck. The same thing happened to me a couple of weeks ago and it turned out the iso was not complete. If it is complete try burning at slower speed.

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I used to run windows 8.1 x64 but I had to reformat because I thought that would've fixed my problems installing windows 10. When I tried to install windows 8.1 x64 again it failed and got the 0x80070570 error. I also tried windows 7 64bit and windows 10 64 bit but I got the same errors. 32-bit OS installs fine though. Of course all my attemptse were clean installs.

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Hey guys,
Can someone help me? Do I need to backup my files before installing Windows 7 Home Premium when I'm already using Windows 7 Home Basic?

A:Installing Windows 7 Home Premium

Backup files is always a good thing to do. But not really needed in this case.
You can do Windows Anytime Upgrade - How to

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I'm getting everything ready to install Windows 7 on my step-daughters Dell e521 desktop. I've ordered the RAM upgrade(Crucial 2GB kit) but I have one question. How do I do a clean install using the upgrade version of Win 7 Home Premium? The reason for the clean install is because Vista is completely hosed. I'm able to boot into Vista, but with errors. (system registry file missing or corrupt) and because it's a Dell with the recovery partition there were no system disks supplied with this computer. It's also out of warranty, so no help from Dell. Thanks.

A:Installing Windows 7 Home premium

If you have the upgrade version of the software here is what I did to get it installed. There might be another way that is better but this is the only way that I was able to install doing a fresh install and still have it activated.Boot to DVD and install from a custom installation. At some point during the setup it asks for the product key just click next (it will warn you about it but just click next).Next you want to format the disk that you have the vista on currently (I am assuming that you already backed up).Once in windows 7 you are going to want to run the setup again from within your fresh installation of win7. (You have to upgrade from something in order for it to activate)You will now go through the whole setup again and when they ask for your product key enter it this time.Good Luck,uByte

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Hi. I want to install Windows 7, but Windows 10 wont let me go back. I cant find the ISO anywhere. On Microsoft's website, when I enter the product key that I have to download the ISO, it says that I have an OEM and I need to contact my device manufacturer. Where can I find an ISO?











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A:Installing Windows 7 Home Premium

N-S Understand you upgraded to Win10 and now, want to go back to Win7. While Microsoft tells you that there is no risk in the Win10 Upgrade, because they let you believe that you can always revert back to your original OS and setup within 30 days, the ugly faction of the matter is that the Win10 GoBack function has proven to be unreliable -- and when it fails, it can leave machines in a corrupted state -- which doesn't always happen, but it does happen often enough to be a problem and you won't get any warning in advance that it is going to trash your PC!The Win10 Upgrade is know, in some cases, to corrupt the Recovery partition stored there by the OEM that built the original machine.  This pretty much guarantees that no HP Recovery is going to work.What will work is restoring your machine to its original factory condition using HP Recovery Media. This is a set of DVDs and a CD, or USB stick, that will erase the hard drive (removing all data, settings, and applications, reinstall the original OS, drivers, and some HP Utilities. In some cases, you may be able to order a USB stick instead of disks.  You have to order these from HP; they can not be downloaded.You can look online for Recovery Media starting with the linked paged: http://support.hp.com/us-en/driversOnce there, input your Product name or number. On your Software and Drivers Download page, select your Operating System and and Version. Click "Update".  If HP Recovery Media is available for yo... Read more

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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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I have installed Win 8.1 in some different way than normal. I have sysprepped Win 8.1 in VMware and then saved a image using Clonezilla. When I installed/copied this image to a new computer I removed admin account - before that I have created another admin account with another name. I have RAID array which is my D: partition and when I tried to download file using utorrent it gave me - error the disk is unreadable or corrupted. If i try to copy one file in D: it gives also same error with code 0x80070570.

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What happened?Windows 10 free upgrade lead to sleep, hibernation and overheating issues on the laptopInternal HDD was formatted including the recovery partitionUnable to get Recovery Media as HP support USA will not ship outside USA. Also, HP Support USA mentioned the Recovery Media is not available for Ordering.After providing the Activation Key on the Windows 7 Sticker within the laptop's battery compartment, Windows software download link - https://www.microsoft.com/en-in/software-download/windows7 - asks to contact laptop manufacturer for software What I want to do?I want to restore the Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit that came pre-installed on the Notebook PC.I don't require the HP supporting softwares that came pre-installed on the Notebook PC. My laptop is already out of support warranty   

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With Windows 7 Home Premium, the only way I can FULLY access my Compuserve 7, will ALL of its features, is via AOL. Otherwise, I cannot access it with all of its features, such as printing attachments. Is there any way of accessing all its features without use of AOL?

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A:Installing Compuserve 7 on Windows 7 Home Premium

Welcome to TSG forums..
First, I suggest you remove your email address, unless you want to get a lot of spam.......
Do you mean that you want to print attachments in the emails or what?
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Hi,

I've been trying to install Service Pack 1 on my Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit system for the last week or so without any joy. I have tried numerous solutions from installing all the current windows updates to performing a full system format - all of which have failed. I'll list below the steps i have already performed together with the recent CBS log.
1) Performed a full memory test with memtest68 for approx 5hrs - No errors found!
2) Performed a disk check with Western Digital Life Guard utility and also windows CHKDSK
3) I have run SFC with full administrator privileges and mostly i receive the following message: Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation. I repeat the SFC until no violations have been found.

4) I Have run the system Readiness Tool and also installed the 64 bit KB2454826, KB2533552 & KB2534366
5) I have performed several formats. My system as it stands now is completely bare except several windows updates & the Readiness Tool. No Antivirus is currently installed.
6) I have run the Windows Update Diagnostic which gives me the following errors no matter how many times i run the tool: Windows Update Error 0x80070057 (Not Fixed). Problems installing recent updates (Not fixed). Check for missing or corrupted files (Detected). Some security settings are missing or have been changed (Fixed). Service registration is missing or corrupt (Fixed)

7) I have tried running the SP1 update from Windows Update and receive th... Read more

A:Problem Installing SP1 - Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

Anyone?

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Hey everyone,

I am have a question and would appreciate your help.
I now have Windows Vista Home Premium and I want to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bits.
Now I know that I have to do a clean install and thus I would like to make a backup file.
My computer has 2 drives one called C and the other D. If I make a backup and store it on D and install Windows 7 on C, will drive D also be formatted during installation? Or is it possible to save the backup on D, install windows 7 on C and then later go to D and use the back up?

Thank you for your help.

A:Installing Windows 7 over Vista home Premium

During setup you will be allowed to choose which drive to install the O/S. As long as you don't change the partitioning you can keep drive D.

-Max

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Hi,

I'm trying to upgrade my Satellite M40 (PSM40A-03K009) to Windows 7 Home Premium but towards the end of the installation, my notebook reboots and freezes up trying to start Windows 7.

I've rebooted in safe mode and it seems to be getting stuck loading \windows\system32\drivers\classpnp.sys.

I've tried everything I can think of: running start-up repair on installation disk, installing latest versions of drivers, updating BIOS, reformatting disk, etc but nothing seems to work.

Can anybody help?

Cheers
Rob

A:Satellite M40: installing Windows 7 Home Premium

Hello Rob

Please don?t understand me wrong but this old notebook was designed for WXP. I can imagine you have problems with Win7 installation but I am afraid there is no much you can do about that.

This old notebook models are not supported for Win7 and Toshiba will not offer some updates like BIOS update. If you want to use newest OS probably you must also update your hardware. Maybe it is time for new notebook. ;)

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For the last few days, the system BackUp on my external hard drive is getting failed with error code 0x80070570 after completing nearly 95%. The backup consists of system images and other folders that windows automatically choose. Even when trying to run backup without the system images, the backup fails. As per my findings, the 'AppData folder' in additional locations is creating the problem as removing it from backup settings does solve the problem. But this problem didn't exist a few days ago and while letting windows choose what to backup, brings back the problem. How to fix it?

A:Unable to complete System BackUp, Error Code 0x80070570

Hello UrAshish mate maybe it is worth running a test on that drive because that error code covers other issues that come up on a Google.

SeaTools for Windows | Seagate

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Hi Guys,

I had a virus and so had to re-install windows 7 home premium in my laptop. Now, internet is not working. I went to device manager. There, I see a node called 'Other devices' under which 3 items appear.

This is what I see.


Other devices
-Network controller
-PCI simple communications controller
-Unknown device

In their properties, therer is a similar message - Drivers for this device are not installed (Code 28)

I have Dell drivers DVD that I purchased along with the laptop. But, I don't know which drivers to install. Can someone please help?

Thanks.

A:Internet not working after re-installing windows 7 home premium

Hi Guys,

I made some progress. I went to properties of each of the items and clicked on 'update driver' button. In the new window, I selected to search from my c:/ drive. This installed both 'Network controller' and 'PCI simple communications controller'. But the third missing driver for 'Unknown device' is still an issue.

Please suggest..


Thanks...

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Ok, so I have a computer that came pre-installed with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. Now I was trying to backup the computer using Acronis True Image, but during the beginning of that, it gave me a lot of sector errors, so I just chose to ignore all of them. The backup operation completed after an hour or so. Now, I was told that I may have to do chkdsk /r, it will try to fix the bad sectors as well as any errors. But I might end up losing all my data. I was also directed to an Acer website from the UK with a hard disk checker. It also reported bad sectors and gave me the option to repair them. I chose no. Here's the link: http://acer--uk.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/11... Now, I am thinking about getting a new 1 TB hard drive, my current one is 640 GB and made by WD. Now I have an .iso file for Win 7 Home Premium which I got from getintopc. And I would need to be able to install Windows on the new hard drive. But I don't wanna do that because I'm afraid it'll be detected as a new computer and it'll see that I still have an activated Windows on the old hard drive, thereform not allowing me to activate Windows on the new hard drive. So how do I go about uninstalling Windows on the old hard drive and reinstalling and activating it on the new one? Do I need to format the old hard drive?
Edit: Sorry if you see any typos, I was on my phone.

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