It's not a Nero problem; it's more likely related to the way that Microsoft
built the file structure on the disk, and the apparently weak error recovery
procedures in the installation program.
I had the problem with donloaded MSDN *and* VLA images (burned with Roxio)
but they routinely failed at about 15%. The workaround was to reburn the
image (in my case, using the same Roxio program) but write the new disk at
only 1X speed. Voila -- Vista installs with no problems.
I've not had the spare cycles to try to figure out just what's going wrong
on the higher-speed burns, but I think the ERP issue is a likely suspect.
"Brian" <Brian@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I suspect that this issue is with Nero (I have been having this same
> problem). Try using the free program ImgBurn (www.imgburn.com) to make
> installation media from the image file.
> "ETSAXMAN" wrote:
>> But how do I get this to work on a new install. I have already formatted
>> and wiped out my previous OS. I do have an extra hard drive that I could
>> plug up to another computer and copy the files for Vista, however, how do
>> boot and access those files, cause I can get the installation to go
>> the first disk, but not the 2nd.
>> "JimR" wrote:
>> > "ETSAXMAN" <ETSAXMAN@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > news:E2E5D41F-D986-493F-AFA6-C2FF1CE27FEA@microsoft.com...
>> > > When installing Vista from MSDN download images, I am encountering
>> > > problems.
>> > > The first disk installs correctly and copies 15% of the files before
>> > > it
>> > > prompts for the 2nd CD. When putting the 2nd CD in, it does not
>> > > expand
>> > > and
>> > > instead jumps to 100% and puts out error code 0x80070570 "Windows
>> > > cannot
>> > > copy
>> > > files required for installation. The files may be corrupt or
>> > > missing...."
>> > >
>> > > I have downloaded this disk file 3 times from MSDN using two
>> > > different
>> > > computers. I have burned using two different burners as well as a
>> > > variety
>> > > of
>> > > CD-R media: I've tried fujifilm, then imation, then verbatim. I am
>> > > using
>> > > Nero version 220.127.116.11. and I am selecting Burn Image from the Nero
>> > > Burning
>> > > ROM
>> > > Recording menu and selecting the iso from there. I have even tried
>> > > burning
>> > > at a slower burn speed than default. The error remains. Is the
>> > > image
>> > > that
>> > > you have placed on the site corrupt? If not what else could cause
>> > > this
>> > > issue?
>> > Try installing Vista from your hard drive -
>> > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928902/
>> > --
>> > Jim