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    Error: 0xc00000e9 while starting Windows Vista Laptop.

    I have a Lenovo laptop which is running on Windows Vista, the problem with my machine is that it is not turning on. Recently is started showing an error code during startup and the error code is 0xc00000e9. There is no more useful information along with this error code, so tell me what should be done now?



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    Re: Error: 0xc00000e9 while starting Windows Vista Laptop.

    Hello.....

    Reply : Error: 0xc00000e9 while starting Windows Vista Laptop.

    This error cause by a device driver that the computer boot controller needs is not configured to start during the startup process. OR Device driver that the computer boot controller needs is corrupted.

    Follow this steps to solve this.....

    Insert Windows Vista DVD and Restart PC.
    You could try holding F8 at boot to get the boot menu. Select Safe Mode and see if that will boot. If it does, answer yes to the popup question and then do Start|Run and type in:
    cmd
    to get a command prompt. In the command prompt type:
    chkdsk c: /f
    It should say that it can't check the drive right now (since Windows is running off that drive) and ask if you want to check it at boot. Answer with a y. Then reboot, let it try to startup normally, and chkdsk should run and check the drive for errors.

    I hope this helps.....

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    Re: Error: 0xc00000e9 while starting Windows Vista Laptop.

    Hi, Dear friend

    To resolve the Above Error ... try to Execute the below steps

    Insert the windows Vista disc in to the ROM and restart the PC


    then press Delete key at the start up and choose BOOT MENU and select the Boot option


    after that after that press F10 key to save the settings ... and then select OK option


    after that the PC restarts automatically ... and the press ENTER key to Boot From DVD


    and now follow the screen instructions


    and after selecting the language layout options click on REPAIR YOUR COMPUTER option that is
    setup-option.jpg

    and then follow the onscreen instructions to complete the process


    after that your problem will be resolved


    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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