I get error message like this “0xc00000e9

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Every instance I’m having trouble on my laptop, I get error message like this "0xc00000e9". I don’t know why that I’m unable to start the current vista operation system and cannot run commencement solution.

What do you think is the problem and the solution that I can do about this?

I own a Dell Inspiron 1525 with Windows Vista.

Thank you in advance for any help that you can give me.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #144932

I get error message like this “0xc00000e9

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An error like this basically suggests a malfunction in your hard drive (probably your CD ROM drive, storage devices like USB or external HD – unplugging them while in use). To get to the bottom of this, go through the Advanced Boot Option menu by pressing F8 key

(If you cannot execute this option, you need to have your Windows Vista installer).

To do this, restart your computer, press and hold f8 key until you reach this option. Choose safe mode with command prompt then choose Safe mode with command prompt. After performing these procedures, type chkdsk / r.  Once your computer starts, see if the same error appears.

 If it does, press “del” or F2 when you restart to enter BIOS. Choose BOOT OPTIONS and select CD or DVD ROM. Do not forget to save your settings before you exit. Now your computer will boot with your recovery disk. Just follow the steps on the screen and enter in recovery console mode. Type chkdsk / r and press “y” key. This should fix your problem.
 

Answered By 0 points N/A #144933

I get error message like this “0xc00000e9

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Hello dear,

As far I know about this problem, I think it’s a problem with the bios setting. Seems like your hard drive encountered with either internal or external problem with its configuration. Check whether the external devices are plugged in or off. If on, then please remove it and check for that problem.

While booting to the windows, press F2 or F12 (depending on the motherboard) to go for the bios mode. Now press F9 to go to default mode and check the drivers are properly working or not.

Hope this will help you much

Thanks for your time

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