How to Fix Error 0x80070570 on Windows Devices

If you’re encountering the 0x80070570 error on your Windows device, whether in the form of a blue screen or a pop-up, this tutorial will guide you through resolving the issue. Here are the steps you need to follow:

1. Click on the Start button and type in “computer”. The best match that comes up on Windows 10 should be “This PC” right above the desktop app. Left-click on that.

2. Right-click on the drive where the error is occurring, which is likely the local disk, and then left-click on the properties button near the bottom.

3. Left-click on the tools tab and then, underneath error checking, click on the check button to check the drive for file system errors.

4. It will take a moment to complete the scan. If errors are found, decide whether to fix them or not.

5. If the error persists, right-click on the Start button and left-click on “Command Prompt (admin)”. If you receive a user account control window, select “yes”.

6. Type in “SFC /scan now” and hit enter on your keyboard. This will begin running an integrity scan, which will take some time to complete.

7. Once the scan is done, restart your computer.

If these steps don’t solve the issue, it’s recommended to restore your computer and run a more thorough scan.

Hopefully, this tutorial was able to help you resolve the 0x80070570 error on your Windows device. Good luck!