Error 0x000000e9: Could not reach BIOS Setup

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 Need some explanation of the error 0x000000e9 vista on my laptop at startup.
Can't go into the bios or find the repair tool.
In safe mode it does not start either.

Big block on the page of normal windows startup …

Thank you for your help.

Best Answer by Wiggins Pryce
Answered By 0 points N/A #79682

Error 0x000000e9: Could not reach BIOS Setup


Hi Scott,

Error 0x000000e9 means that your laptop has registry problems or it’s a stop error indicating “Active_Ex_Worker_Thread_Termination”.

To fix this, download and install a 0x000000e9 error repair tool. Once you have it installed on the laptop, click on the Scan button and finally, click on the Fix button.

It would also help if you can download a free Windows Software Update for your computer before installing the error repair tool.  Moreover, this type of error can also be brought about by viruses or adware hence it would also be advisable to download and install a spyware remover program on your laptop.

Good luck.

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Error 0x000000e9: Could not reach BIOS Setup



Windows Vista error 0x000000e9 is caused if any system file is missing or if there is a defective file in the registry. Do the following steps which can fix the error.

1. While starting Windows, insert the Windows Vista installation disk and restart the windows. This will boot Windows directly from the disk. 

2. It will ask for language. Confirm the language setting. 

3. There will be an option " Repair your computer" , click that.

4. Select Startup Repair and follow the instructions as appearing. 

Now check whether the problem has solved or not. If its still not solved, then another way is to do a System Restore. For that, follow the steps above as it is. But in step 4, dont choose Startup Repair. There will be an option of System Restore. You have to click that. 

Possibly it will solve your problem. 

You can also download any software from the internet to fix registry errors.



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