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Title: Fix 0xc000000e error for Windows 7, 8, 8.1


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Have you ever encountered boot error 0xc00000e in
one of the operating system Window 8, Window 8.1
or Window 7 on your computer, then how can you
fix this problem? To fix this issue, installation
disc is required for your Window through which
you can access the tool command line. Boot error
is usually affect the Window version 7 and 8 and
to get rid of this problem, you have to follow
the below mentioned guide.
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Fix Error Messages.
  • To troubleshoot boot error, first you have
    to look for the Missing or corrupt winload.exe.
    This error normally occurs when the Windows
    BOOTMGR is trying to load the BCD registry
    (master boot record) or BOOT that has been either
    corrupted or has a bad configuration. You can
    find this error when the status code will appear
    and boot loading process would automatically
    stop.

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Sample 0xc000000e Error
  • The error message might look a slight different
    when you are running Windows 8 or Windows 7, but
    irrespective of the version of operating system
    the Status message is going to be 0xc000000e.
    The screen shot of the Windows Boot Manager are
    given below.

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How to fix 0xc000000e error?
  • You should have Windows CD or DVD setup along
    with you so that you can get rid of this error.
    Here are some ways to fix 0xc000000e error.

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Method 1 Make sure nothing is plugged in.
  • First you have to restart your computer with
    least number of devices plugged in it, before
    typing the command line or making any startup
    repair. In this manner, you can cross check that
    there is no device that has been recently plugged
    into your computer. You have to unplug the USBs,
    DVDS, CDs and card reader etc.

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Method 2 Use Windows in-built Automatic Repair
  • To access the automatic repair from an install
    disc follow the given steps.
  • Boot from window install disc.
  • In the setup page click Next after selecting
    the keyboard input, time and language.
  • After then, select Repair your computer and
    click Troubleshoot.
  • Here you have to select the Advance options.
  • Select your operating system after clicking
    Automatic Repair.

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Method 3 Rebuilding the BCD
  • Boot error normally occurs because of
    corrupted master boot or bad configured and then
    there is only one solution is to rebuilding the
    BCD.
  • To rebuilding the BCD, follow the given steps.
  • Boot from your install disc.
  • In your computer, select the Repair option and
    choose the time, language etc.
  • Select your Windows installation drive that is
    normally C\ and click Next.
  • Once the System Recovery Options box appears
    choose the command prompt.
  • Write the following command bootrec/rebuildbcd
    and press enter.

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  • If you are still facing the error problem and
    cant be able to fix this issue then use PC
    Repair tool. This is professional software that
    can easily fix any kind of system errors, restore
    settings, cleans windows registry and also acts
    as a guard to maintain, run and tune computer
    with maximum speed. You can use this tool
    manually or automatically. Using this software,
    you can get rid of any error in your system.

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