0x8007045D error code when you install Windows 7 Pro 64-bit

I get an error 0x8007045D code when installing Windows 7 Pro 64 bit on the same same MSI 970 Gaming (AMD SB950 Chipset 970 +) motherboard, even OEM Win Pro SP1 7 X 64 dvd, the installation on an EVO of 840 Samsung 250 GB SSD.

16 GB of Ram (4 GB X 4 stix. Ran this OS on this forum for a year, trying to do (was) a clean install. I am puzzled, never had a problem like this.

I was the installation of the operating system, and you're right, when he was on the 2nd works. He remained at 0% for a while then I get this error message "Windows cannot install required files. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. 0x8007045D error code.

Someone at - he already had this?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you

Try to reduce the amount of RAM installed on a unique key and try again.

If you have several hard drives attached, disconnect all except the disk target hard.

If you have compatible hardware and your computer still stops responding, disable any unnecessary material. Remove (USB) universal serial bus devices. Remove or disable network cards, sound cards and cards of the series; and then restart the installation.

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