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Windows 7: Win7 install error 0x80070570

06 Jan 2011   #21

Windows 7 Enterprise

Huge all thanks! A unique forum on which I have found the help. At all Russian-speaking forums all spoke: hey, guy! Kick-off your "piracy" Windows.
Our firm has laid out for programs from Microsoft nearby more one million dollars and what? Huh - pirates)))
What was fixed: Win7 x64 gave out an error 0x80070570. After I have left only one lath of memory having translated system in a single-channel mode - all was perfectly installed.

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24 Feb 2011   #22

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

Had this problem with Dell Inspiron E1705. Between 6 and 12% it would quit with this error. Turns out it didn't like the RAM I had in it. With different RAM it completed the installation (Win 7 Home Premium 32-bit). Afterward I put the original RAM back in it and it worked fine.
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09 Mar 2011   #23

windows 7

it was the faulty ram!!! thank you guys so much
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09 Mar 2011   #24

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

I have to amend my earlier post. After the installation succeeded I put the old RAM back. At first it was working okay so I wrote the original post. Later, as I was working with the computer installing drivers, applications, etc. it started acting up again. Symptoms reminiscent of overclocking instability even though the machine was a stock-clocked retail laptop with a stock BIOS (no overclocking adjustments). I again suspected the RAM. I put in the RAM that allowed the operating system to install and all was well afterward. The old RAM was two 1GB sticks. The new RAM was a single 2GB stick. Now you might be thinking the old RAM was simply bad. My experience suggests otherwise. Later on I needed to build a budget (I refurbished it) laptop for a friend. It was a Dell Inspiron D610. It started out with XP and 512MB of RAM. I work at a refurbishing facility, so I know D610s have integrated graphics capable of reproducing Aero transparency. I put the pair of 1GB sticks in it and proceeded to install a Windows 7 32-bit Ultimate upgrade from an old XP install. It worked beautifully. Hours of use later all is still well. The moral of the story is don't give up on old memory sticks unless you have a very expensive memory testing machine. Just keep trying them in different machines and running memtest86+ until you're sure. A penny saved is a penny earned. I memory stick saved is a profitable memory stick .
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01 Jul 2011   #25

Windows 7 Ultomate 64 bits
0x80070570 installation issue Win7 64 bits

Hi all,

I ran into below issue as well. During unpacking of the files get the error message 0x80070570. Drived me nuts but found the solution. After trying everything (Memory tests, disable USB in Bios, disconnect all USB devices, partitioning/formatting disks, change OS disk from Sata 3 to 2, etc,etc) nothing worked.

By the way installing Win7 32b worked well

So I have my Win 7 Ultimate 64b as an ISO and burned this (10 times on hi, mid, low speed) with PowerIso. Here something goes wrong!! Don't ask me what but when I used a little progam form Microsoft called DVD/USB Download Tool I was able to burm the ISO on a bootable DVD/USB-Flash drive and installation worked perfectly fine.

Once again it drove me grazy but I'm there and hope this also will work for you if you might run in this issue.

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13 Sep 2011   #26

windows os 7 premium 64bit
error code 0x80070570

If anyone else has this error code 0x80070570 and there running a overclocked windows 7 64 bit machine you do need to set overcloocks back to factory settings as previous user stated. And thankyou to the previous user for the suggestion it worked.
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02 Oct 2011   #27

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

OK I got this too with my setup:

CPU - AMD Phenom II X4 850 3.3 Ghz True Quad-Core Design, 2MB Total Cache
Motherboard - ASUS M5A88-V EVO
Memory - Corsair 2x4G = 8G XMS3 DDR3
Graphics - GeForce GTX 460
Sound Card - On Board
Hard Drive - 2 x 1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200 RPF, 32 MB Cache
Z Case
3 Raidmax Fans

I tried to install from SATA DVD drive, but got the missing driver message.
Reconnected IDE drive and waited for it to install.
Then got this "Cannot install required files" error.
I tried the 2 reboots and it did NOT work.
I removed 1 of the 4G memory chips, leaving 4G and that apparently did the trick!

Thx for the ideas.
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30 Jan 2012   #28

7601 x32 ultimate

Hi all, i faced this issue today and tested all your suggestions with same result at end; however there is an unexpected reason on my PC ... my BIOS date&time not updated on current status!!! so i update it then ... here you are every thing going well

N.B: i`m used WIN 7601 X86 & X64
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19 Apr 2012   #29

Windows 7 Professional

Hello all, I think its my 1st post heh... I am facing with this problem right now a found some solutions.
Mostly its faulty RAM, HDD, DVD disc, DVD drive ...
But one thing I found somewhere else is that maybe DVD disc was burned higher speed than DVD drive is supported I suppose. Its strange but it works.. I just re-burned same ISO (checked ofc) with lower speed and It works. wooow. And this happened to me, when I try to install Windows 7 PRO x86 on Sony Vaio VGN-FZ21J.

Cheers folks =)
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19 Apr 2012   #30


This may also help, Harry: Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7
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