0xc00000e Windows error, here’s how to fix it quickly

0xc00000e Windows Error, here’s how to fix it quickly

0xc00000e Windows error, here’s how to fix it quickly

Windows blue screen errors are no longer new and can appear on our systems more or less randomly. Well, some of these are fairly easy to fix while others need to be handled more carefully. Anyway, many users have recently reported the’boot error 0xc0000e in Windows 10.

We will cover how to fix it while also trying to explain why this error is caused along with the solutions. That said, let&#8217s now take a look at How to fix the 0xc0000e boot error in Windows 10.

What is the what’boot error 0xc0000e in Windows 10?

If you have just turned on your Windows computer and found a blue screen with this error, it means that some important boot files or settings cannot be activated during the boot process.

We can do a couple of things to correct this error on our Windows PC. Let’s look at them together.

Fix the 0xc0000e boot error in Windows 10

Method 1: Running the automatic repair

In this step, we will perform an automatic repair on our Windows 10 PC.

First of all, you have to insert a Windows 10 installation media such as a USB drive or CD into your computer, In case you don&#8217t have this media you can easily create it via the Media Creation Tool.
Now reboot your Windows 10 PC and press the F12 or F9 key (they usually activate multi boot, in case it is not activated you will have to see how to activate it on your PC) on your keyboard as soon as you see the screen light up.
Once in the Start menu, you should see a message that says “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD”.
Finally, click on the Repair my computer option in the bottom left corner.

Now, click on Troubleshooting and select Auto Repair.
Wait for the scanning process to complete.
The system will fix the problems on its own, and then the PC will be restarted.

The’error still persists? Well, in that case, you can try our next method.

Method 2: rebuild boot configuration data

If the first option did not work, we will try to rebuild the BCD or boot configuration data on our Windows 10 PC. Here are the steps you need to follow to do so:

Run the Windows 10 support startup again, as seen above, and after clicking on Repair my computer in the lower left corner select the Command Prompt’option.

When opening, type the following commands (one per line) and press the Enter key on your keyboard:

  • Bootrec/scanos
  • Bootrec/fixmbr
  • Bootrec/fixboot
  • Bootrec/rebuildbcd

When the commands are complete, press Y (Yes) to restart the PC. If this method also fails, you can try the next method.

Method 3: Restart your PC in Safe Mode

If the first two methods did not bring results try a Safe Mode reboot.

As happened before run the boot from the Windows media, click on Repair my computer in the lower left corner, then go to advanced options and click on the Startup settings option and restart your computer.
Now you will see a list of options, press the F4 key to start your PC in Safe Mode.
Once you are in Safe Mode, you can try these two methods:

Repair damaged system files:

Open a command prompt as an administrator. You can look for cmd in the boot menu.
Now you need to type the following command and press the Enter key on your keyboard:

DISM /Online /Clean-Image/RestoreHealth

Now, you need to enter the following command and hit the Enter key again:

sfc /scannow

Wait for the scanning process to complete.
Once finished, disable Fastweb’s quick startup by following the directions below:

First of all, you need to go to the Control Panel. Now you need to select Power Saving Options, click on choose what the power button does from the menu on the left.
Now you have to click on the link Change settings currently unavailable.
Here, in Shutdown Settings, you will find the Enable Quick Start option (recommended).
Disable this option and restart your Windows 10 PC.

That&#8217s all, we hope you have found this post useful and we hope you have solved the 0xc0000e boot error in Windows 10.

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