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Windows 7: 0x80070570 win7 ultimate 64bit

08 Jan 2016   #1
megasaatana

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
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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08 Jan 2016   #2
Ranger4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1
 
 

Hi & welcome to the Forum.

You might get some help by reading through this Tutorial. Read right through it as it mentions that Secure Boot needs to be disabled as well.

USB Windows 7 Installation Key Drive - Create
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09 Jan 2016   #3
megasaatana

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I gave up, i got my hands on a home premium discs which worked fine.

Thanks for the answer tho, ill bookmark that for the future!
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