This issue can be caused by a few different things. The most common is that you are attempting to install one of our products on a FAT32 formatted drive. At this time, our products are not compatible with FAT32, so you will need to reformat the drive to NTFS in order to successfully install them.
Hardware failure can also cause this issue. We recommend checking both your hard drive and your RAM for errors to rule out hardware as the cause of this problem. If any errors are detected in either of these tests, faulty hardware is likely the cause of your problem.
You can run a memory test to check your RAM using either of the options below. Regardless of which method you use, make sure to run a full test rather than a quick test.
You can test your hard drive for errors using these steps.