Error 0×80070570 in Windows 7 system

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When I try to install the Windows 7 in the computer, I ended with an installation error message. I check the system requirements and I got this CD from authorized store. I followed the instructions but I got this error message. Means some files are corrupt or missing, how do I fix the missing? Which file is missing? I tried to install it several times but no luck. How can I solve this error? Please help.

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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 0×80070570

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Answered By 10 points N/A #186032

Error 0×80070570 in Windows 7 system

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Looking into your error it seems the source from where the installation is running has some files either missing or got corrupt. I advise you to check with source for an alternative disk (bootable disk is preferable than upgrade disks). Also ensure that the PC is having sufficient memory and disk space as required for Windows 7 installation to run successfully.

Other things that can cause installation issues are invalid ISO image of the OS downloaded other than authentic Microsoft source, A faulty boot DVD, Bad Memory/hardware. Verify that your BIOS setup is set to default.

 

 

Answered By 590495 points N/A #316608

Error 0×80070570 in Windows 7 system

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Error code “0x80070570” is caused by different things but the most common is with Dell computers. This error is most common when you install Microsoft Windows 7 on a Dell computer but it can also happen on non-Dell machines. It appears the built-in SATA drivers are not recognized during the Windows 7 extraction phase of the setup. This happens when the BIOS is set to “RAID Autodetect/AHCI”.

To try fixing the problem, restart the computer then press DEL, DELETE, F2, or whichever key is used to go to the BIOS. In the BIOS, go to the “Drives” section then look for “SATA Operation” or something similar. Change the setting from “RAID Autodetect/AHCI” to “RAID Autodetect/ATA” or something similar. Save the setting and exit. Try installing Windows 7 again and see if it works.

Another cause of the problem is when the target drive or drive C contains folders with the dollar sign ($).

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