Solved How To Fix Error 0xc000000f Problem

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I want to know the steps on how to fix error 0xc000000f problem that I am getting while trying to install Windows on my PC. I need help fixing this problem. Please help me guys.

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Solved How To Fix Error 0xc000000f Problem

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To fix the problem you are facing-

  1. Go to the link and download easy recovery essentials for your window version
  2. Burn it to create a bootable cd
  3. Boot your pc with the CD
  4. Click on automated repair and then continue
  5. Then select the drive in which Windows installation is there and then click on automated repair and let the process complete
  6. Restart your pc.
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Solved How To Fix Error 0xc000000f Problem

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Error code “0xc000000f” is related to the Boot Manager used in Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. The error is related to the BCD or the Boot Configuration Database of Microsoft Windows required by the Boot Manager to boot the operating system. It is a database of entries and configuration options which serves as a global store for all boot-related options and settings.

If the BCD is not found during boot up then the error is triggered and appears on the screen. The boot process is then halted. One of the possible reasons why this error is triggered is if the BCD is missing or corrupt. Another possible reason is an error in the file system. Another reason is if the hard drive data cable is faulty.

To fix the problem, insert your Windows installation CD or DVD on the optical drive then restart your computer. Boot your computer from the DVD then press any key when you see “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD…” On the next screen, set your language and keyboard options and then select “Repair your computer.”

Wait until it is finished scanning your computer for Windows installations then select your installation and then click “Next.” On the next screen, select “Startup Repair” then wait until the repair is finished. If this doesn’t work, try rebuilding the BCD. Go to Download Windows 10 then follow the instructions how to create a Windows 10 installation media.

Create either a bootable USB flash drive or a bootable DVD then boot the computer using that bootable media. Next, select “Repair your computer” then select your operating system partition from the options and then click “Next.” In “System Recovery Options,” select “Command Prompt” then enter the following command and then hit Enter:

bootrec /rebuildbcd

Once your Windows installation is located, press “Y” to boot from the list. This will then rebuild the BCD.

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