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    Error 0XC000428 in Windows 8 after restart

    My PC went to restart all of sudden and now it won’t start up with the error 0xC000428 and it says the PC needs to repaired. What can be done now? I am not able to put the CD and install too I just get the same error again and again. Kindly give me the steps to solve this issue and make my PC work properly with Windows 8?



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    W4RLOCK Array
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    Re: Error 0XC000428 in Windows 8 after restart

    HELLO ,

    TO solve this problem you have only one method follow the below procedure :-

    1.Insert a Windows 7 Setup disc and boot from it.

    2.Choose your language.

    3. Click on "Repair you computer" at the bottom

    4. Select "Windows 7" for the Windows installation selection

    5. At the recovery tools page, click on CMD

    6. Enter the following commands:

    1. C: (adjust this to wherever your copy of 7 is located)
    2. cd \Windows\System32
    3. del winload.exe
    4. copy "winload~1.exe" winload.exe
    5. exit
    and its all done

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    abhinandan Array
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    Re: Error 0XC000428 in Windows 8 after restart

    Hello
    Dear Friend……………………….
    ………….……..Please follow these steps for removing this problem I hope these steps will help you ……...............
    ..............................At first turn your device
    .................................Insert a Windows 7 Setup disc and restart your device
    ...........................................press F2 key from keyboard then boot window start from it.
    .................................Choose your language like english .
    ..............................Click on "Repair options in window at the bottom show
    ...................Select "Windows 7" for the Windows installation selection
    ........................... At the recovery tools page, click on CMD
    ........................ now select adjust this to wherever your copy of 7 is located)
    ...........................then type cd \Windows\System32
    ................................ then after it del winload.exe
    ................................copy "winload~1.exe" winload.exe


    I hope these steps will provide a help for getting solution of this problem
    …………………..thank you friend……………..


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