Win7 64-bit install problem: Error 0×80070570

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January 24, 2009 at 3:16 pm #84750

k0rww
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I’m receiving error 0×80070570 when trying to install Windows7 (64-bit). I’ve done a search on this error and found other people with the same problem, but no solution. Clean install each time. Drive is a SATA, tried using IDE and AHCI.

I’ve downloaded this software three times using different computers, using XP and Vista. Every file locked up with a couple of seconds to go and would not restart. Tried to install anyway without success.

I’ve recorded the ISO files at the slowest speed, using different DVD R/W drives.

This same situation happened with the 32-bit version, download did not complete, but it did install without any problem.

Any thoughts?

Richard

January 25, 2009 at 12:05 am #87191

k0rww
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Hi Homebrew,

Thanks for the suggestion, I will try this tomorrow.

January 25, 2009 at 1:30 pm #87223

k0rww
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Hi Homebrew,

I tried using Win7 and then Vista even though the program was only compatible with XP, without any success.

I then used XP and the ISO file was loaded on a vitural DVD drive without any problem, but the <setup.exe (Windows Installer) > file was judged not to be a compatible Win32 file by XP.

Everything appears to be fine with the ISO file. What I need is a program that is compatible with Vista.

The Windows Installer:
V6.1.7000.0
Size = 107, 784

Richard

January 25, 2009 at 2:26 pm #87225

k0rww
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I failed to mention that I tried using the XP compatibilty mode in Vista but the ISO would not mount.

Maybe Microsoft will offer a DVD for RC1.

Richard

January 30, 2009 at 8:47 pm #87370

suzu
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Had the same problem many times.&nbsp; Tried burning + and – DVD’s from different manufacturers using different burning software.&nbsp; Produced fifteen coasters.&nbsp; Burning with Windows or&nbsp; <!– s;D –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/grin.gif" alt=";D" title="Grin" /><!– s;D –>Roxio didn’t work but imgburn finally did on the sixteenth.&nbsp; Burned it at the lowest possible speed on a – disk.&nbsp; It loaded fine and I’m up and running.

March 28, 2010 at 8:31 pm #89316

jgsheppard
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I am aware that this is an elderly topic but Error 0×80070570 still seems to be a problem for many.

I hit the problem when trying to install Win 7 64 bit on an Asus M2N68-AM PLUS with an AMD Phenom X4 processor, 2 GB RAM and a new Seagate SATA drive.

I tried all the suggestions made on various forums but the problem still persisted, until I changed the DVD drive and the problem vanished immediately.

March 29, 2010 at 12:09 pm #89322

W7NOmoronovo
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This problem is caused by CD/DVD rom drives that are not properly detected during the Windows setup – it can happen during upgrades, especially if you have ever had an old version of itunes installed – and it can happen during clean installs from the DVD if your cd/dvd drive is connected to an auxiliary SATA port (jmicron in particular seem to cause a lot of problems).

The best way to get around these issues is to install from a USB stick – you can easily create one by following the simple instructions provided with this Microsoft utility: http://store.microsoft.com/Help/ISO-Tool,/url:hj3iu4h5 and it should not only install faster than from a DVD, but it allows you to update it with hotfixes easily, in case you ever need to reinstall.

I hope this helps anyone else experiencing this issue.

January 23, 2011 at 12:26 am #89860

trentonclark
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Sometimes, such error can be caused by your RAM. So, check your RAM to find out if it is working properly. In addition, make sure that you install the latest BIOS update from your manufacturer. Boot into the BIOS and switch from RAID Autodetect/AHCI to RAID Autodetect/ATA. Press escape, save, and exit. Shut down your computer and remove all USB devices other than your mouse and keyboard before you try to reinstall. Reading how to fix windows installer[/url:3eub1luh] might also help.

June 20, 2011 at 7:40 pm #90094

frankonline
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Update your mother board BIOS using official manufacturer’s website. It will solve this.

June 20, 2011 at 9:53 pm #90096

CRCJeanGuy
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I think you have an upgrade dvd and this will not work for a clean install, you need an installation dvd

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