07-12-2016 05:44 AM - edited 07-12-2016 05:45 AM
I had the same problem with Windows 10 64bit.
Ended up deleting the Sandisk folder from the x86 Programs folder and then running the install again for 1.4.3 and it worked fine for me.
Must be something in their installer that doesn't like things exisiting and it doesn't know what to do so fails install.
09-05-2016 03:43 AM
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10-25-2016 02:24 AM
Hey, I have also faced the same issue with Windows 64 bit. Well, the most common error usually user face while installing Windows 10 is the error code 0xa0000400.This is a common error that you can come across while installing Windows 10. But, do not worry because this error can be easily fixed using some manual ways like:
FIX 1 – Run the Troubleshooter
FIX 2 – Close all the Active Apps
FIX 3 – Turn off the Internet connection When the Update Download is Finished
With these ways, you can fix this error while installing Window 10 very easily. For complete details, you can also follow:
11-24-2017 12:41 AM
I have gone through similar kind of error while installing windows 8, with code 0xc00000e9.
Following these steps helped me resolve issue.
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06-21-2019 03:08 AM
Make sure that your device has enough space.
Run Windows Update a few times.
Check third-party drivers and download any updates.
Unplug extra hardware. Check Device Manager for errors.
Remove third-party security software.
Repair hard-drive errors. Do a clean restart into Windows.