failed during clean install Error Code 0x8007025D

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    Win 10 Pro 64bit Version 21H1 build 19043.1023
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    Thanks for the tip, I was able to partition an onboard Crucial1TB M2 2280 SSD . 400GB for OS and 570GB for programs and Win 10 Pro finally installed from USB Flash Drive.
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    Win 10
       #32

    My solution on the Errorcode: 0x80070570 during a Clean install was: pulled out the powercord en wait few minutes and turn the power on, plugged the USB media in a different USB 3 port and the installation went smooth.
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    Windows 10 Home
       #33

    Has anyone else tried disconnecting any and all network connections? It worked beautifully for me.
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    Windows 10 (Latest version)
       #34

    Adriaan Jansens said:
    My solution on the Errorcode: 0x80070570 during a Clean install was: pulled out the powercord en wait few minutes and turn the power on, plugged the USB media in a different USB 3 port and the installation went smooth.
    Ive seen that theres a few diffrent solutions to this matter (Solution on the Errorcode: 0x80070570 during a Clean install) and offcourse i can say for sure wich ones are the right and not, but what i can do is to tell about my solution to the problem, since i think many people still is going to run into this problem also in the future.
    y solution to this was that i ordered new ram from a store, and changed it with the old ram, and there we go now i was able to install the windows on the also changed harddisk wich i first belived was the problem, but im sure it wasent, because im using the harddisk today as an ext usb disk in a box and it runs 100% reliable.
    (didnt bother to switch back after i found the solution) but also i couldent install anything on any of the 2 disk´s i tried before, so as written i got and insertet the new ram. the computer has now been running for about 14 days since this, and everything´s just fine :)

    My belive is that this error code wich actually is telling you that install files are missing or corrupt, really could be a hardware error, wich it was in my case. and in most cases ive studdied while i was having this problem, i also saw that a change of ram helped out, and i think the reason that others experience that it worked fine after a change of usb port or doing som network changes, even making a new install media has been done by many and that helped them, but whatever solution one choose, i think the reason that whatever seemed too have helped maby only was because the ram didnt do the same failure at the time trying. i have before seen that faulty ram has being working randomly.

    Whatever, im 100% sure of that most of the post´s i read about this issue, was solved by replacing ram blocks.
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    Windows 10 64bit
       #35

    I had this error today. I found a solution to do a clean install by changing my HDD in Bios to IDE which let me complete the install. Since AHCI is a much better performance than IDE I then followed these instructions to change back both the OS and the BIOS. How to Enable AHCI for SSD in Windows 10. - Microsoft Community
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    Windows 10
       #36

    Use an USB 2.0
    Tried everything suggested here but kept on getting Error Code 0x8007025D. I was using an newish USB I don't know if it was 3.0 or 2.0. Finally got the oldest 8GB USB 2.0 out of a box recreated the Windows installation media on it... it worked the without any problems. Maybe it was a bad USB but what ever, just changing the USB solved the problem.
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    win 10
       #37

    New USB


    Appreciate its an old thread but wanted to feed back on a success. After many many hours of Memtest, Diskpart, rebuilding bootable USB images and a lot of thread reading...nothing worked. Finally bought a new usb 2.0 stick (PC only has usb 3.0 slots) once i created the bootable drive with rufus worked first time with the new USB stick.
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