Use older video drivers from nVidia, the new ones crash in web video.
Try using a different drive for the setup, may get rid of the file errors that way.
After doing much testing and many installs of Windows 7 with different components and ports being used, the culprit looks to be one of my sticks of RAM. It seems whenever I install Windows 7 with this stick, the install comes out corrupt and I have tons of issues.
Left out the stick and have had no problems since my last install of Windows 7. Going to have to RMA it back to G.Skill