1703 clean install immediately gives 0x80070057 error

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  1. Posts : 6
    Win 10 Pro 1607
       #11

    Hi zbook,


    a. Winver - Version 1607 Build 14393.1066, from System - About : Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
    b. I pretty much can do what I need to do. From my original issue when I tried 1703, I can see that Windows is activated, updates are working, I can install from the app store. In short, running on 1607 may not be the latest and greatest but I have no issues.
    c. sfc /scannow - took a while but I think I might have paused it at 86% cuz when I hit enter it continued at its phase. Eventually completed 100% and did not find any integrity violations.
    d. dism - completed successfully.
    e. chkdsk - found no problem
    f. At this point, I’m not planning to re-install or upgrade to 1607 yet. I really just wanted to get it up and running stable enough to do basic stuff like Office, Citrix and a bit of Kodi. I’ve allocated a 20GB partition to dual boot to a Ubuntu 16.04 to run Kodi. Believe it or not, this is my only Windows machine.


    Hi mc510,


    My unit is a NUC DN2820FYK - Intel Celeron N2830 2.16 Ghz. with a 120GB Kingston SV300S3 SSD and 4GB Kingston DDR3 1600 Mhz. -
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  2. Posts : 6
    Win 10 Pro 1607
       #12

    DeaconFrost said:
    I saw something similar to this on a Dell laptop. I had to install newer network drives for the wired connection (since it was using that) and after a reboot, the laptop was able to get online and activate properly.
    I have installed the latest drivers from Intel for my network card when I was testing 1703. But I might just post the question to Intel support too. Perhaps they need to release a new driver.
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  3. Posts : 60
    Win10 Pro x64
    Thread Starter
       #13

    artipax said:
    Hi mc510,
    My unit is a NUC DN2820FYK - Intel Celeron N2830 2.16 Ghz. with a 120GB Kingston SV300S3 SSD and 4GB Kingston DDR3 1600 Mhz. -


    Artipax, I've seen comments about Intel NUC having this problem, fixed by updating BIOS. Hope that works for you!
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  4. Posts : 6
    Win 10 Pro 1607
       #14

    Hi mc510,

    Currently, the latest BIOS for NUC DN2820FYK is Ver 0057 dated 3-Mar-2017. Now that you mentioned it, I checked and found out that I've been using it since 16-Mar-2017. :-(

    It couldn't be it then. Darn. I've bookmarked that reddit link but. Thanks.
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  5. Posts : 60
    Win10 Pro x64
    Thread Starter
       #15

    artipax said:
    Hi mc510,

    Currently, the latest BIOS for NUC DN2820FYK is Ver 0057 dated 3-Mar-2017. Now that you mentioned it, I checked and found out that I've been using it since 16-Mar-2017. :-(

    It couldn't be it then. Darn. I've bookmarked that reddit link but. Thanks.
    Bummer.

    Sounds like you're okay with 1607 for now and aren't planning to try 1703 again any time soon?
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  6. Posts : 6
    Win 10 Pro 1607
       #16

    Hi mc510,

    i suspect that my issue is either BIOS or network driver related. Intel is quite good in releasing regular updates, best for me to wait before attempting to upgrade again.
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  7. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 Home
       #17

    Have same issue and after too many chats with Microsoft answer desk agents the last chat was with level 2 research engineer,
    He told me that the issue is caused by the lack of drivers support of my laptop manufacture!!
    It's Lenovo Z580 laptop and last drivers were for 8.1
    Idk weather to believe him or not but he had a point when he told me that due to incompatibility issue I'm experiencing slow downs and I never told any agent about experiencing such issue!!
    I would appreciate any advice you can offer
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  8. Posts : 60
    Win10 Pro x64
    Thread Starter
       #18

    DoVaH85 said:
    He told me that the issue is caused by the lack of drivers support of my laptop manufacture!!
    It's Lenovo Z580 laptop and last drivers were for 8.1
    Mine also no longer has driver support from the manufacturer, and most recent drivers were Windows 7. So maybe it really is a driver issue. But if so, very frustrating, because the "old" drivers have been working fine with previous editions of Windows 10. And when I first installed Windows 10, the installer did a hardware check and said "compatible with Windows 10." Microsoft shouldn't be breaking hardware compatibility with its mandatory feature upgrades!
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  10. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 x64 Pro Creators Update 1703
       #20

    Artipax, I had the same problem on my NUC DN2820FYK. The fix is very simple, you need to insert the serial number of your NUC in the BIOS. Follow the instructions in this discussion at Microsoft Community:
    After installing creator update, NUC failed with 0x80070057 on Win - Microsoft Community
    I managed to fix my problems doing only the changes to the BIOS, using Intel Integrator Toolkit. No other troubleshooting required. Hope you can fix your problem as well.
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