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0x80070570 win7 ultimate 64bit

Q: 0x80070570 win7 ultimate 64bit

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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Preferred Solution: 0x80070570 win7 ultimate 64bit

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.)


I just bought a ThinkPad T400, and 8GB DDR3 upgrade kit. After first log on, I realized the Windows 7 is 32bit. How can I upgrade to Ultimate x64 instead?

Thanks for your help.

A:Win7 32bit Home Premium to Win7 64bit Ultimate: Possible without Clean

I think you have to Wipe and reinstall. You can't go from 32bit to 64bit over the top of the 32bit.

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Hi all,

Hope all is well. I just purchased a Toshiba Satellite P855-S520 laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit), SP1 already installed and would like to upgrade it Windows 7 Ultimate.

I had already purchased a retail version for Win7 Ultimate before (the full version not the upgrade) and would like to use this for the upgrade.

I looked around the forums for some advice and found some very useful stuff but I would appreciate if someone could help with the following. My apologies if the answers were posted already. Must have missed them.

1. I read about the Windows Anytime Upgrade feature. Will AU work with the full Win7 Ultimate retail key or does it specifically work with an upgrade key?

2. If I use the AU and it is successful, will the new Win7 Ultimate key be converted to an OEM version as well? The full-version retail key I have gives me the right to install this to 3 computers. I do not want to lose this right since I may use it for different computers in the future.

3. Is it better to go for AU or a clean install of Win7?

Since I just purchased the laptop, I have no personal data or programs installed so I do not have to worry about losing data. However Toshiba has certain software installed with the laptop. My understanding of a clean install is that everything will be wiped clean and then necessary software e.g. drivers, etc... need to be installed again. On the other hand, once I upgrade to Ultimate perhaps some of this software will becom... Read more

A:Upgrade from Win7 Home Premium 64bit to Win7 Ultimate

What`s the need for the upgrade ? Save your Retail Ultimate for another build. But someone will be along to answer your question.

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Hey everyone,
So i am trying to install windows 7 ultimate 64bit of a usb (i used the win to flash program and it said that it worked succesfully) on a HP Compaq Presario SR1560AN desktop pc (yes its old but i would really like win7 on their for games etc.). When i boot off the usb it loades the files etc. but when i click install now it say setup is preparing blah blah but then it comes up with a page saying no drivers were found if they are on a cd then find them etc. and i dont know wat to do !!!! Is it because the computer iosnt compatible with win7???? is it that i dont have the correct drivers/?? and if so then where do i get them???? please help!

A:trying to install win7 64bit ultimate of usb!

I usually let Windows grab them from the MS website during the install. That means being connected to the internet. As long as the drivers are available from MS, no problem.

What drivers is it asking for, specifically?

Do you have the driver disk that came with the PC? If so, put it in the drive and the installer should search for them there.

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Hi there, i keep on getting BSOD the last month, I managed to fix many things from registry cleaning to checking everything with BLUESCREENVIEW, test mem, stress test, temperature, uninstall of many programs, virus, mallware, rootkit.. but now I also have BSOD but once every 2-3 days and not EVERY day.
I did the whole procedure with the programm you have so I include the analysis of my crashes in zip (folder + html file in one zip everything).
Can you help me out? I am losing my mind.
Bluescreenview keeps on showing highlighted fltmgr.sys and most of the times ntoskrnl.exe...

System Manufacturer/Model Number INTEL
OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Motherboard ASUS P5Q
Memory 4 X 1GB DDR2 800Mh
Graphics Card NVIDIA SPARKLE 460 GTX
Monitor(s) Displays LG 27"


A:Bsod _ win7 64bit ultimate

Quote: Originally Posted by georgekant

Hi there, i keep on getting BSOD the last month, I managed to fix many things from registry cleaning to checking everything with BLUESCREENVIEW, test mem, stress test, temperature, uninstall of many programs, virus, mallware, rootkit.. but now I also have BSOD but once every 2-3 days and not EVERY day.
I did the whole procedure with the programm you have so I include the analysis of my crashes in zip (folder + html file in one zip everything).
Can you help me out? I am losing my mind.
Bluescreenview keeps on showing highlighted fltmgr.sys and most of the times ntoskrnl.exe...

System Manufacturer/Model Number INTEL
OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Motherboard ASUS P5Q
Memory 4 X 1GB DDR2 800Mh
Graphics Card NVIDIA SPARKLE 460 GTX
Monitor(s) Displays LG 27"


Couple of problems
1-asacpi.sys. Yours from 2005.

The pre 2009 version of this driver is a known BSOD cause.

Please visit this link: ASUS teK Computer Inc. -Support- Drivers and Download P7P55D LE
ASUSTeK Computer Inc. -Support- Drivers and Download P7P55D LE

Scroll down to the Utilities category, then scroll down to the "ATK0110 driver for WindowsXP/Vista/Windows 7 32&64-bit" (it's about the 12th item ... Read more

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Hi , i have problem with BSOD in my PC.
Crash report from Bluescreenview
RAM and HDD are OK. All tests were ok.
PC run 5-6 hours , sometimes 3 hour and then i taken BSOD.

A:Win7 Ultimate 64bit - BSOD ntoskrnl.exe

My PC:
MOBO: Asus Z87-A
CPU: Intel i5-Haswell-K
RAM: Cruciall Balistix Sport - 8GB 1x
PSU: Seasonic G-650 80+Gold

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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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I have never installed a new os from start. Do i need to download drivers for my mobo ready for a fresh windows7 install?

Or does it find them automatically on the windows disc? Or online later? I have drivers on disc for all other hardware, but not mobo.

Just confused before I start.

A:Installing drivers on new win7 64bit ultimate os

Some drivers are available later form Windows Update, and some are built in. The best practice is to have them downloaded ahead of time, especially your network ones, just in case. I usually throw them on a flash drive and keep them handy for when my OS install is done.

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i hv 2 hdd win 7 ultimate 64 nit was installed on my primary drive.2nd drive was a linux drive so i formatted it for installing win xp sp2 pro.while installing i dint remove my primary drive.now i am nt able to boot my computer from my primary drive but it boots into win xp directly.if i disable my 2nd hdd it gives error msg tht no bootable device found.i tried repairing thru my cd but ut gave an error saying current version cannot be repaired.i dnt wnt to format and hv clean install again.is there any way i can repair it?

A:Cannot boot my computer from win7 ultimate 64bit

Unplug the XP HD.

Change the BIOS boot order to boot the Win7 HD after DVD drive.

If Win7 won't boot on its own now, boot the Win7 DVD or Repair CD, press Shift F10 at first screen or click through to Recovery Tools list to open a Command Line, mark Win7 partition Active: Partition - Mark as Active
System Repair Disc - Create

Now boot back into DVD Repair console or Repair CD, accept any offered Repair. If Win7 doesn't start, boot back into Repair console, click through to Recovery Tools list to Run Startup Repair up to 3 separate times with reboots until Win7 starts. Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times

Now power down to plug XP HD back in, boot XP as needed by using the one-time BIOS Boot Menu key which on Intel mobos is F8. This keeps the HD's independent to come and go as you please.

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Hi There,

Creating a new thread to summarise my issues and also include a more descriptive title.

As the title says, I am having problems with my Windows 7 64 bit install with the system constantly freezing or generating BSOD.

To troubleshoot I have done the following:

1. Updated all drivers to use the most recent versions (checked with DriverMax)
2. Updated the motherboard BIOS
3. Ran memtest68+ for 16 hours with no issues reported
4. Ran the windows memory test with no issues reported
5. Using verifier - only stressing non-microsoft drivers - obtained freezes and BSOD
6. Using verifier - only stressing microsoft drivers - obtained freezes and BSOD

System is not overclocked and to the best of my ability I have configured the BIOS to match the system requirements yet it seems to crash / BSOD regardless of basic or optomized settings.

What I can replicate

1. When the system crashes / BSOD every time the reboot will get through the initial boot screen then display the message 'Loading operating system'. At this point, I get a single flashing cursor as the system locks. A hard reset then boots up successfully into the Windows boot menu where I 'Start Windows normally'.

2. I cannot seem to run sfc /scannnow if I have my onboard sound enabled? It stops prior to completion with the message 'Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation.'. If I disable onboard sound within the BIOS sfc /scannnow completes without any issues.

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A:Win7 Ultimate 64bit BSOD and Freezes

In the bios, enable Plug and Play OS. Set to yes.

Look into updating this driver:

NuidFltr NuidFltr.sys Fri May 08 04:53:31 2009

And update the bios to latest.

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I've had some drama with a corrupted BOOT drive. To cut the story short I need to do a clean install on a brand new HD. I have created a Windows Easy Transfer file on an external drive.

I'm about to format the C: drive and do a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit version. All my applications are still installed on two other drives in the same machine. I had nothing installed on the C: drive. When I transfer my settings back to my C: drive from the MIG file will I still need to re-install all my apps or will it pick them in situ, as I haven't modified any of the other drives?

A:Transfer to same machine (Win7 64bit ultimate)

You must reinstall all programs to a newly installed OS because they write registry keys which integrate themselves into the OS until uninstalled, which is also why they should be installed on the same partition with the OS.

You can separate your data out to another partition so if you must reimage Win7 on C because it becomes irreparable, your data is intact, current and waiting on the other partitiion.

I do not recommend Easy Transfer because it can fail and you must try to pry your data out of it. Easier to just drag your User folders to external.

Other steps here to to get a perfect Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7

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Hopefully someone here can help me crush this rather annoying bug.
Win7 Ultimate 64bit consistently BSOD during Audio playback (iTunes, WMP, player doesn't matter). I'm starting to think that the drivers for the "Realtek ALC889A" on board the Gigabyte GA-P55-UD4P are just crap.

memtest found nothing wrong with the 8gb installed.

Over all the system runs like a champ until I use anything that uses heavy audio. From Media player, to games, to video playback.

I'm running the latest R2.37 and verified that all other drivers are up to date as well as the motherboards bios (f4).

I'm attaching two minidumps. 112309-22152-01 occurred during WMP playback and 112309-24117-01 during itunes playback.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

A:Win7 Ultimate 64bit BSOD with audio playback


You can try, using services.msc, to disable Windows Search service and see how it goes.

Also, see if you can update these drivers:

adfs adfs.SYS Mon Nov 03 11:48:14 2008
LHidFilt LHidFilt.Sys Wed Jun 17 12:49:39 2009
spldr spldr.sys Mon May 11 12:56:27 2009
amdxata amdxata.sys Tue May 19 13:56:59 2009

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Guys, need your help to figure this out. I have a win7 ultimate 32bit installed and I want to do a clean install of win7 64bit because I do have extra RAM here. But when I do so, BSOD comes again. And sometimes my pc went on some random shutdown/restart.

Hope you can help me with this.


A:BSOD when trying to do clean install a Win7 ultimate 64bit


Are you using the bit locker drive encryption tool of windows?

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I was hoping this was just me making Excel formulae mistakes, but it isn't.
I run office pro 2003 on my daily driver Win7 Ultimate 64bit, and Excel is not coherent.
It works, but makes mathematical mistakes .... lots of them and so far I have not found a pattern.

anyone familiar with this? I did some searchwork but got everything but simple math errors..

appreciate your help

A:Excel 2003 Errors w/Win7 Ultimate 64bit? Is there a fix?

The following MS Article might provide the resolution to your problem :
After you install security update 943985, Excel 2003 calculations return an incorrect result when a Real Time Data source is used in a user-defined Visual Basic for Applications function

All the best! Let us know how it goes.

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Hi there

I have just purchased 4 gigs of ram to add to my 2 gigs and would like to use it all by re-installing windows 7 ultimate 32bit and when re-installing select 64bit instead of 32bit.I have backed up my hard drive but i do not know how to re-install without the disk?

Please help!


A:re-installing win7 ultimate from 32bit to 64bit without disk

To install a new OS you must have an install disk. A 32 bit and 64 bit OS are really very different internally. This would mean a clean install as there is no upgrade path from a 32 bit to 64 bit OS. Be aware that you would also need to reinstall all applications and that would require the install media for each one. Installing a 64 bit OS just to access more of your 4 GB RAM is usually more trouble than it is worth.

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Hi everyone,

I recently (> 1 week) built a new PC, and am having some issues.

I have had 8 BSOD's in the last couple of days. They all occurred during moderate usage of the computer. All have occurred during booting up or coming out of sleep mode. I downloaded the latest Mobo BIOS. Double checked most drivers. I have eliminated the PSU, was using a 550w while waiting for the one listed below and encountering the same issue. I eliminated the VGA, I double checked using the integrated VGA on the Mobo and similar problem occurred. I have reformatted after eliminating those possible hardware causes and do not have those dumps, but I will include the 2 new dumps since reformatting.

I did run the MDSched and got 1 error. I discovered that 1 of the 2 sticks of ram was bad. I have 1 stick running the system 2gig and still getting the BSOD's. I have RMA (RAM) replacement on the way.

I have the dumps and was very much hoping someone could help and tell me the name of the driver file that's malfunctioning, if it is one, and i can then either find a replacement driver or at worst a replacement part.

I am OC'ing the RAM as per instruction from Gskill tech support. That is the only thing OC'd. My CPU temp is running cool between 33c to 41c. I do not plan to do any heavy gaming and using just one VGA.

My hardware is as follows:

ASUS M4A785TD-V EVO AM3 AMD 785G HDMI ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail

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A:BS0D Win7 Ultimate 64bit Signature Edition

Also, when I do power up, I noticed a slight flicker in the welcome screen before going to the desktop. My first guess before trouble shooting was the VGA. I have read most thread in regards to the BSOD's on here and MS tech support site as well.

Thanks, Tony

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Hello everyone. I have 3 drivers that were not yet installed and I dont know where to find those drivers for Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.  3D Video Controller PCI Simple Communications Controller Universal Serial Bus Controller  

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Hello everyone. I have 3 drivers that were not yet installed and I dont know where to find those drivers for Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.  3D Video Controller PCI Simple Communications Controller Universal Serial Bus Controller  

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Just trying to get my USB drivers setup properly after installing windows 7 ultimate 64bit on my Aspire V5-572p ultraslim. 

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Hello guys!

Iv been experiencing BSOD after installing service pack 1, but i think its a bit more than just a service pack that didnt install coreectly, i was suffering from the constant BSOD on boot prior to installing it, but after installing an audio driver it was fixed for a short peroid of time but has arisin again.

I also have an older post that states alot of this already and ill add a link too it:

My Specs:
Winodows 7 Ultimate 64bit
AMD Phenom 9600 Quad-Core Processor 2.30 GHz
ATI Radeon HD 4890 (Sapphire)
Acer RS780HVF (Old Motherboard)
RAM DDR2 4 Gigabytes (2x2) 400MHz
Western Digital Black 500GB - Boot Drive/Video Game Drive
Seagate Green - 2TB - Storage only

A:BSOD After Service Pack 1 - Win7 Ultimate 64bit

I have also included a .dmp and all the required information in the attached zip file

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I want to install windows 7 on my pc.
Everything works until windows has been booted from the dvd/usb (I tried with both)
I get the background of the installation and I can move my mouse, but the installation window doesn't pop-up.
nothing happens, I don't get an error or bsod.
I've tried removing everything except monitor, keyboard and mouse while booting, but that didn't help.
the 'windows upgrade advisor' says that my pc could run the 64bit version of windows 7.
please help.
Thanks in advance

A:weird installation problem (win7 ultimate 64bit)

Hello Detryoal, welcome to Seven Forums!

Where did you get the ISO/DVD you're doing the install from; how large a partition are you trying to install to?

If the Windows 7 install disk is one you burned yourself it may be a bad burn and needs to be done again, if so this would be the first thing to try.

Use the free ISO burner at the link below to burn another at a speed of now more than 4x and select to let the program to verify the disk before it finishes.

ImgBurn Free ISO Burner

Maybe you should have a look at this information below.


After you have made backups of everything you care to save and you want to do a real wipe "clean all" to the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) have a look at this tutorial at the link below, it over-writes everything, all the old Windows code including all the old Windows drivers, giving you the best possible space to install Windows 7 to; it goes hand-in-hand with a clean install.

SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation

How to Do a Clean Installation with Windows 7

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This has been happening periodically for several weeks It doesn't happen every day so I have been just restarting and continuing on. It seems to happen when the desktop is not even being used. (i.e. middle of the night). Power settings are to never sleep. I've been running core temp because somewhere I saw that it might be related to a thermal event, but that doesn't seem to be the case here. I am not seeing much in the event log other than the event 6008, unexpected shutdown (with no other details). I am not getting bSOD minidumps either in the c:\windows\minidumps folder even though I do have this setup in system security. I've attached the dump files so hope that one of you can help me take a look to see if you can help me to figure it out. The last 6008 was earlier today around 2 AM PDT. Right now I am running chkdsk to see if that turns up anything. Any help appreciated. Thanks.

Edit: see updated dump file in post #3

A:Event 6008 unexpected shutdown Win7 Ultimate 64bit

There are numerous files missing from your upload, please run the tool again and wait for the files to be gathered then upload

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Hi all,

First time here. I've been reading through lots of issues and resolutions of failed boots.
I think I have a slightly unusual problem because some items aren't working.

I've disconnected all other drives and just have the primary Win7 (ultimate 64bit) drive and DVD drive connected.

The main bootable drive is a GPT drive (3TB and boots).
Issues started when I did a normal restart after seeing RAM usage was high.
Suddenly no booting into Windows - 0xc0000225 - the boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible.

The Win7 repair disc I attempted to create from my work PC (also 64bit, but not ultimate edition) didn't work at all.
The Win7 install disc I inserted works - but the system repair options are unavailable because apparently it's a different version (SP1 through years of updates maybe?) I dunno.

Using SHIFT + F10 I get to the console, from where I've been following other posts' guidance on what to do.

If I go to DISKPART, I can find the 3 partitions on my GPT drive
Partition 1 System 100MB
Partition 2 Reserved 128MB
Partition 3 Primary 2794GB

However, after selecting partition 1 I am unable to mark it active because: "The selected disk is not a fixed MBR disk"

If I list Vol, I can see that Vol0 is the Win7 CD, Vol 1 is drive C formatted as NTFS as one would expect, but Volume 2 (Now selected due to selecting the partition 1) is listed as FAT32? This seems weird. (Also has hidden attribute)

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A:Sudden fail to boot - possible partition issue? Win7 Ultimate 64bit

FAT32 is the EFI partition, no? I am no good with EFI BIOS though.

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A friends laptop, during boot the screen showed 2 groups of about 10 vertical lines running from top to bottom on the left hand and right hand side of the screen whilst the ACER logo-wallpaper was visible. After booting I changed the VGA drivers to standard VGA and during reboot the problem disappeared. After loading the NVIDIA Drivers update from the Acer website, during the shut-down-restart process I had a BSOD.
Now during boot the screen is lit up but remains blank - with a CD in the CD Drive I can hear the laptop accessing it .
I removed the HDD and placed it in my desktop and this booted up normally. Could this be a Graphics card problem on the laptop or should I reaccess the HDD from desktop and delete the VGA driver files. If yes where and which (on the laptop HDD) could I find these files.
Failing all of the above is a there a "blind way" to access the boot from CD/USB option as I can't even access the BIOS so as to change the boot oprions and reinstall the OS.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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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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Hey guys,

I'll be getting a copy of Windows 8 very shortly, (After becoming Accredited for Windows 8. Cheers, Microsoft), and I'd like to have a system partition.
I have Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit installed on my system at the moment, but my hard drive is not yet partitioned. My plan is to have a system partition so that when I use the "Custom Install" option when installing Win8, I can wipe Win7 out of it and do a clean install of Win8.
I want to make sure I get this right with nothing exploding, so I figured this would be the place to ask.

I checked in "Disk Management" and was going to follow a tutorial I found within the depths of SevenForums, but the tutorial says to partition "Unallocated" space, whereas I have "Primary Partition" for my entire hard disk space.

Any solutions for me?

A:Partitioning a "Primary Partition" Win7 Ultimate 64bit

Do you want to get completely rid of Windows 7?

I assume you do.

In that case, you would boot from the Windows 8 disk and delete all partitions during the Windows 8 installation process. That will get rid of Windows 7.

You will end up with a small System Reserved partition and a large primary C partition, containing Windows 8.

You don't need to worry about unallocated space, primary partitions, etc. Just delete all existing partitions.

If you want to have BOTH Win 7 and Win 8 on the same PC, that's another story.

After Win 8 is installed, you can then go back and make another partition for data or some other purpose if you like.

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I am working on a Dell Latitude D630 laptop. Intel Duo Core 2. Had Windows XP on it. Trying to install Windows 7 Ultimate (store bought). Tried to do a clean install. (Wouldn't let me upgrade from Win XP).

During installation, about 4 minutes into installation, I get the 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 tried another copy of Windows 7 Ultimate, which I know is good. Same error.

I swapped the CD / DVD drive, and still get the same error.

I ran Memtest x86 and am getting A LOT of errors with the memory.

Here are my questions:
1) Is the bad memory causing this error?
2) I found one memory slot, directly on the bottom middle of the laptop (2 screws to remove the cover). Where is the other memory located? It has 2 memory modules in it, and I can't find the other one!
3) Is there anything else that could be causing this error?

Thanks alot!


A:Windows 7 Ultimate Installation Error: 0x80070570... Bad Memory?

SOLVED! The memory was the problem. Also, the other memory module is underneath the keyboard.


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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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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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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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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.

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

A:Corrupt Win7 installer? Error 0x80070570

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

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

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

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

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

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Hi guys

I just got a final version (The one that arrives on october 22nd) dvd with Windows 7 Ultimate, with both 32bit and 64bit..

But my problem is that everytime i choose 64bit installation in the installation menu, and then choose upgrade, it compatibility checks my pc, and then it says that i cannot install, because its not the same architecture, even tho my pc is able to upgrade to the specified version!

Well, i should be able to upgrade from vista ultimate x64 to 7 ultimate x64, without doing a clean install?

If anyone knows how to solve this, please reply

Oh yeah, my OS i windows ultimate 64bit...


A:Cannot upgrade windows vista ultimate 64bit to windows 7 ultimate 64bit!!!

Run setup while in Windows and you can.

If you run Setup from within Windows:

You can upgrade Windows Vista or Windows 7 Build 7077 or later.
You cannot run x64 Setup on a system running an x86 build of Windows, or vice-versa.
You cannot upgrade Windows XP or any pre-7077 build of Windows 7 (unless you use the workaround I describe later in this post).
You can install Windows 7 on the same volume as an existing Windows version. (I describe the best way to accomplish this in #4.)
You cannot make any changes to the layout of a disk; you must use existing partitions, and Setup will not recognize unallocated space.
If you boot from the Windows 7 DVD:

You cannot upgrade an existing Windows version. Your only option is a custom install.
You can delete existing partitions, create new partitions, extend an existing disk partition to unallocated space, or designate a block of unallocated space as the setup location.
You can install Windows 7 on the same volume as an existing Windows version.
Click to expand...

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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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So I have this OEM disk of windows vista that I bought when it came out. I want to format a computer and install windows 7 64bit ultimate on it. How do I go about using my vista liscence key for that? Is it possible to do a key transfer or something? Microsoft's website is all about windows 8 and I cant find any information


A:Vista 32 bit ultimate liscence key to windows 7 64bit ultimate

Quote: Originally Posted by astanar

I want to format a computer and install windows 7 64bit ultimate on it. How do I go about using my vista liscence key for that? Is it possible to do a key transfer or something?

You can't, you will need to buy a Windows 7 licence.

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Can I upgrade from Windows ultimate 32bit ver 6.1 ( build 7600) to windows 7 ultimate 64bit edition and keep all of my installed programs and files ?

[meaning not having them moved to a new folder called windows.old]

A:Upgrading from Windows ultimate 32bit to Ultimate 64bit

No, you will need to do a clean install.
Windows 7 Upgrade Paths - FAQ

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after searching for hours on google on this website i did find some threads about the whole 32bit vs ultimate 64bit and one thread will say you should update the other says no stay away from it..

I cant make my mind up:/ so i thoguht maybe with my lap top specs it might help give a bettr idea of if i should?

so i bought ultimate vista with both 32 and 64 bit i did install 32bit because i was stupid and did not look at both cds just wonderd why it had 2 cds, so after i realised by then i have installed everything with 32bit and have the lap top the way i like it... so is it really worth formatting re installing everything i backed up 64bit versions of drivers and nod32..etc not sure if diskeeper works with 64bit or tune up utilities those where two programs i payed for..

but also my lap top i am not sure if its good enough to have a good experience on the 64bit, i know it can install it but not sure if it will make a difference?

i have HP Pavilion dv5-1111ea Entertainment Notebook PC
What's In The Box HP Mobile Remote Control
Product Number FV683EAMicroprocessor 2.10 GHz AMD Turion X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor RM-72Microprocessor Cache 1 MB Level 2 cacheMemory 4096 MB (2 x 2048 MB)Memory Max Up to 8 GBVideo Graphics ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450 GraphicsVideo Memory Up to 1533 MB (256 MB dedicated)Hard Drive 250 GB (5400)Multimedia Drive Lightscribe Super Multi DVD Writer (+/-R +/-RW) with Double Layer supportDisplay 15.4” WXGA High Definition Brigh... Read more

A:vista ultimate 32bit and ultimate 64bit

Hello Paliometoxo,

I say that if you have 64-bit drivers available for all of your devices and none of your programs have issues with 64-bit Vista, then I would use the 64-bit Vista. This way your computer will use the full 4 GB of RAM instead of just up to 3.2 GB of it also.

It's really up to you though, but the article in this post can help show the differences between 32-bit and 64-bit to help you decide.

64-bit: More than just the RAM

Hope this helps,

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Hi every one,

i have this machine which is causing too much headache for me,

this machine was having Windows XP 64 Bit,
and it had a lot of BSOD crashes, then i just decided that it's the time to make the move to Windows 7 for this high performance machine, since i was not able to upgrade to Windows 7 because of some applications just working on Windows XP 64 Bit, but now there is a copy of it,

Any way i'm still having those BSOD crashes,
I have replaced the SSD 500GB hard drive with another regular hard drive with no results,
tried to remove and install nVidia Driver,
tried to install a different version of that driver with no results,
tried to remove McAfee AV and installed Kaspersky Internet security 2013 also no result,

now i have grabbed all the data using SF Tool, and i really hope that u can help me with that issue.

thank you

A:BSOD Winxp 64bit, Win7 Pro 64bit many error codes

- you have Bugcheck 116: VIDEO_TDR_ERROR
you may want to read this first STOP 0x116: VIDEO_TDR_ERROR troubleshooting

BugCheck 116, {fffffa800acaf010, fffff8800592c134, ffffffffc000009a, 4}

Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\nvlddmkm.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for nvlddmkm.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for nvlddmkm.sys
Probably caused by : nvlddmkm.sys ( nvlddmkm+8e4134 )
You can either try updating your NVIDIA drivers, or roll back to the most stable release (preferably WHQL'd)

- Uninstall your KIS 2013 as it's causing BSOD

BugCheck 3B, {c0000005, fffff88003594fa9, fffff88004409740, 0}

Probably caused by : klif.sys ( klif+95fa9 )

Followup: MachineOwner
klif.sys - Driver Reference Table
you can use the tools here Uninstallers (removal tools) for common antivirus software - ESET Knowledgebase


fffff880`038cba08 fffff880`04546802Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\klim6.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for klim6.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for klim6.sys
This is part of KIS 2013, and apparently messing with your TCP/IP connections, which is in conjuction to:

fffff880`038cb9d8 fffff880`05b4784fUnable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\yk62x64.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for yk62x64.sys
*** ERROR: Modu... Read more

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My laptop config is as follows:

Win7 32 Ultimate on Acer Aspire 4730z
2GB Ram,
2.2 Ghz Dual Core...and 320 GB Space

I want to install windows 7 64 bit ultimate version on my laptop which currently has 32 bit win 7 ultimate version. Is it possible to install 64 bit ultimate version as an upgrade ?

I want to use adobe video editing software on my latpop. So, I recently purchased additional 2 GB Ram for my laptop. I came to know that 64 bit version windows operating system uses Ram and other resources efficiently and can perform faster. So, I am looking for guidance for installing windows 7 ultimate 64 bit edition on my laptop with 32 bit edition.

Anyone please guide me... I know how to custom install windows 7 but never upgraded from 32 bit ultimate to 64 bit ultimate. Please let me know if this is possible without formatting the laptop. Because, I do not want to lose the installed programs.

Thanks in advance.

A:Help Pls! Upgrade from 32 bit Win 7 Ultimate to 64bit Win 7 Ultimate

Hello jsk123 and welcome to Seven Forums.

Unfortunately, it's not possible to "upgrade" from a 32-bit version of Windows 7 to a 64-bit version. You'd have to do a clean install. You'd also have to reinstall your programs because right now they're all configured to run on a 32-bit system.

This previous Seven Forums thread gives some additional information and may help you:

Upgrade from 32 bit to 64 bit problem

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This was an upgrade not a wiped custom install.
Machine is Intel desktop, ASUS P5Q motherboard, Intel Core2 Quad Q9550 @ 2.83 GHz. Install from USB flash drive using MS dlownload manager executable, because I have not received the backup CD media as yet. I ordered online from MS Website because local retailer did not have it.

Install attempt on evening of 11/18 froze at point of requesting entry of Product Key, as I learned of the next morning. USB wireless mouse and keyboard became non-functioning. Forced power down so I could go to work. Next evening, power on to the same frozen display. Powered down again and removed and disconnected all USB devices and audio connections. Power on to reboot, but boot is not successful even in Safe modes nor last known good version of OS.

Attached is my documented sequence of events and hardware details. What is my next move? I do not want to have to do a clean install! Continue Win7 install, but wait until I receive CD from MS? Revert to Vista by reloading from Vista CD?

A:upgrade from vista ultimate 64 to win7 ultimate 64 froze

The latest: here it is Geb 20th of 2010 and I have long since abandoned attempting to resolve this failed Win7 upgrade. I have lost too much of my valuable time and lost the use of my primary business PC. It has been sitting in powered down state since mid-december. I even requested a refund from MS but they said no, more than 30 days had passed. To continue the business, I purchased a laptop with XP Pro and rebuilt or reloaded everything from backup storage.

Who has time to monkey around with software that does not work and or won't even install!!!

I was very dissatisfied with the Vista Ultimate OS I had been using for the previous year, but even more disappointed when the Win7 upgrade failed to even complete the install!!!

I plan to stick with the proven XP Pro OS on the new laptop plus the iMac for as long as possible; I'm done with Microsoft and their troublesome faulty software.

My patience has run out!!

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The two Win7 laptops see each other but, when I try to Homegroup with the Vista laptop I get an error "The RPC server is Unavailable"..did a search on here as well as the net and couldnt find any surefire solution or one thats understandable

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how transfer data from win7 64bit to win xp 64bit?
I searched on google but not found anything, no software. I also tried WET 7xp-64bit but not working.

A:how transfer data from win7 64bit to win xp 64bit?

As you are moving the data in the reverse order to most people I am doubtful whether you will find specific software so I would connect the two computers by Team Viewer and use the file transfer facility.

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I have two 500 GB HDDs, and I installed Windows 7 64bit on one, and 32 bit on the other. When im in my 64 bit OS, I can't access my 32 bit HDD. When im in the 32 bit OS I CAN access the 64bit HDD.
From 32 bit I can access
32bit HDD
64bit HDD

From 64 bit OS i can access
64bit HDD
Why is this?

A:Problem with Hard Disk after dualbooting Win7 32bit with Win7 64bit

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I purchased the Win 7 Pro Upgrade 32bit via digitalriver, but I've been doing some reseach and probably should have selected the 64bit version.

- Any ideas how I can get the 64bit version?

- For those who ordered the 32bit back-up disc kit for the extra $15 and have received it, does it come with both 32bit & 64bit?

- I've already installed and activated the 32bit version, but when I go to install the 64bit version, will I need to / is there a way to deactivate my initial 32bit install or will this not matter?

Thanks for your advice.

A:Reinstall Win7 32bit to Win7 64bit /backup disc content

Camo15, Welcome to SevenForums
The first two questions call Digital River about a refund and reorder. Have heard that some have had success with that. No need to un activate however if you decide to try to use that Key again then you will have to call MS and talk to them to make it work on another pc if that is your intent. Good luck to you and enjoy!

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