STOP Error 0x0000006f Session3 initialization failed

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I am having trouble with my computer. I am getting quite a lot of annoying STOP error messages. I frequently get this error message;

“STOP Error 0x0000006f Session3 _ initialization _ failed

Stop: 0x000000f4 (0x00000003, 0x89303da0, 0x89303f14, 0x805d2970) “

When I boot the computer, the welcoming screen shows up and then suddenly disappear. This error message then pops up;

“STOP – c000021a

The Windows Logon Process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc0000139 (00000000 00000000). The system has been shut down.”

I have tried rebooting and selecting any of the three Safe Mode options of the last known good configuration, it still results in the same error message.

I once ran a hard drive diagnostic and the hard disk was detected and it went through the diagnostics. It then gave me 3 options

1. Take me back to the BIOS options page.

2. Connect to an external drive.

3. Reboot PC.

I choose to reboot PC since there is no other changes needed to BIOS and it boots back to the PGPencryption page.

I entered my password and the next screen gave me an option to select F11 and enter a 'system recovery mode'. After selecting F11, this error message is displayed.

"Unmountable Boot Volume – STOP: 0x000000ED
(0x89A3E550, 0xC000014F, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)".

I am sick of this. I tried all I knew. Does anyone know a solution to this? I’ll appreciate any idea.



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Answered By 0 points N/A #106351

STOP Error 0x0000006f Session3 initialization failed


Hello Taylor Smith,

If any windows ready boost driver manages onboard storage or external drive. The configuration operation is automatic. A missing corrupt system would show this Error reporting. Perform a system recovery and try to restore to an earlier point. If you unable to do so, then formatting the C drive would be a wise decision.

Answered By 0 points N/A #106353

STOP Error 0x0000006f Session3 initialization failed



Looks like your hard disk have a bad sector, sooner or later your hard disk will go to crash.

Why don’t you try to repair your OS it might solve the problem.

Follow these steps,

Insert your windows installation CD in your CD/DVD Rom drive.

Go to CMOS setup and make your CD/DVD drive to boot first.

Installation CD in your CD/DVD Rom drive

After that, save the setting in the CMOS and it will restart at your PC.

At boot there should be a message that saying press any key to boot in CD or DVD….

Boot from CD or dvd

Just press any key and it leads you to a windows installation setup.

Just press enter, and to the next page press F8,

Press enter to start setup

After that you are now on the page where you can see your current windows listed in the list.

Press R in the keyboard and it will now perform a system repair.

Press R to run Windows Repair

Just wait for a while to finish the set up and when it’s done it will restart automatically.

After the cold boot your PC will now continue with your windows, see if the problem is still there.

If this method of troubleshooting doesn’t work then your last option will be reformatted your hard disk and install a fresh copy of windows and it will definitely solve the error problem.

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