Windows 10 installation on clean hard drive fails with error 0x8007006

I am trying to install windows 10 on a blank hard drive on new computer. It fails every time with error 0x8007006. Any suggestions?
Computer is MSI Z270-A Pro motherboard with 16GB Ram and 256GB M.2 SSD.
John HemphillOwnerAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Is the BIOS set to UEFI?  and did you set Secure Boot OFF.  

Was the computer made for Windows 10?
Jonny BTech (CEO)Commented:
Access Denied 0x8007006.  How far are you getting in the installation?  

1.) Does your PC See the SSD?
2.) Does your Bios (UEFI) see this hard drive?
3) Is your UEFI set to boot with UEFI?

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Jonny BTech (CEO)Commented:
According to the MSI Z270-A Pro motherboard Specs.  It's windows 10 Ready....:/  With Bios level 5.
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John HemphillOwnerAuthor Commented:
Now installing fine. UEFI and Secure Boot not set properly. Thanks all.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thanks for the update.
RyanHelp DeskCommented:
For you reference I found a good article located here:,36160.html

But it does not tell you how to set up the computer to boot from a flash drive.  You would have to contact Microsoft.
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