Fixed: Error 0x80070570 in Windows 10 Problem


Windows errors are not uncommon, and many of these errors are also present on Windows 10. A special error that we will correct today is error 0x80070570.

The error 0x80070570 appears under Windows 10 is no exception. This error usually occurs when you try to delete a particular file, and the error appears with the message "Error 0x80070570: the file or directory is corrupted and unreadable". Not being able to delete files is a big problem, so let's see if there is a way to solve this problem.

SOLUTION 1 - Run Windows 10 Troubleshooting for Windows Update.


The first troubleshooting option you can try is to update Microsoft Windows 10. In Windows 10 Creators Update, go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshooting, click Windows Update, then click Run.

If you are using Windows 10 Anniversary Update or a previous version of Windows, click Start, type: Troubleshooting, press Enter, and then start troubleshooting Windows Update.

You can run Troubleshooting several times to see if it helps.

SOLUTION 2 - Check your different RAM sources


If you have more than one RAM source on your computer, first delete one of the sources, then try the installation again. If you still encounter error code 0x80070570 after deleting one source, continue deleting each individual source until you have descended to a single source, then replace the last source with a source that has been pulled.

If you have a bad source of RAM, it can help you find which input is causing the error and solve the problem accordingly. After determining which source is causing the problem, you can restart your computer and try the installation process again.

If your RAM sources do not cause the problem specifically, you may need to run diagnostic tests on your hardware to identify the cause of the problem.

SOLUTION 3 - Checking the hard disk drive


As mentioned above, one of the reasons why error 0x80070570 occurs is a corrupted file system or a corrupted hard disk. If the hard disk is brand new, a simple formatting is sufficient, because this process also corrects file system errors. However, if the hard disk cannot be formatted (for any reason), connect it to another system and scan it for file system errors using the built-in Windows file system scanner.

  1. Connect the hard disk to another system.
  2. Now turn on the computer and wait until it is fully powered up.
  3. Click the Start button to open the Start menu.
  4. Click File Explorer.
  5. Locate the attached drive in Windows Explorer (File Explorer) and right-click -> Properties.
  6. Go to the "Tools" tab and check for errors by clicking the "Check" button in the "Error Check" section.

The fact that some Windows errors, including this 0x80070570 error, are common, should not be an excuse to expose your computer to the same thing. You can prevent such errors by ensuring that your computer remains in good condition at all times.