Error code 0x80070570 during copy phase of install

I am attempting a clean install of Windows 7.  I have downloaded X15-65805.iso twice (on 2/13 and 2/14, on two different machines.  I have tried four DVDs, burned on two different machines.  The install fails every time after copying 1% of the files with the following 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."

The setuperr.log in the \PANTHER directory contains the following:

2010-02-16 20:26:24, Error      [0x0600af] IBS    ApplyWIMCallback: Error applying C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-s..oxgames-purbleplace_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16385_none_622070221822eb39\PurblePlace.dll. GLE [1392][gle=0x00000570]

2010-02-16 20:26:24, Error      [0x0606cc] IBS    WIMApplyImage failed; hr = 0x80070570[gle=0x00000570]

2010-02-16 20:26:24, Error      [0x0600a1] IBS    DeployImage:Image application failed; hr = 0x80070570[gle=0x00000570]

2010-02-16 20:26:24, Error      [0x060082] IBS    Callback_ImageTransfer:Failed to lay down the image; hr = 0x80070570[gle=0x00000570]

I ran HashCalc against the .iso file and got the following counts:

SHA1:  be9ee5960a2d3462fb12312f8f09cb25363a215b
CRC32:  4914f610

Can you tell me what the problem is?



Question Info

Last updated April 13, 2019 Views 15,301 Applies to:
Success.  One of the two image file downloads I did must have been bad (either the file itself or the download).  I tried one final DVD burn of the other file at Nero's slowest burn speed (6X) with verification.  I was able to do the install from that DVD.

I should note that I burned the first file three times, twice on slow speed with verification, and all three failed to install at the same point in the file copy phase (1%).  Two had the same error message regarding the same file in the error log--I didn't happen to check the log for the third.

I know the simplest answer is that the burns were bad.  But the two downloaded files, the one that didn't work (downloaded 2/13) and the one that did (downloaded late 2/14) were not the same even though they had the same filesize.  I did an old command-line COMP on them and there were differences.  This would suggest that either the file was bad on the server (and was replaced before I downloaded the second time) or that bytes were corrupted during the download.  I have no way to judge.

Thanks to all who replied.


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