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Windows Boot Error Code 0xc000000d

Error 0xc000000d is a Windows error that appears when your computer’s boot configuration is disturbed and the system cannot boot to Windows. The error message appears in a Blue screen display with the message:

Your PC needs to be repaired

Cause of Error Code 0xc000000d

  • Incorrect BIOS settings.
  • Incomplete Windows installation.
  • HDD corruption
  • Virus or malware infection that has corrupted Windows system files.

Methods to Fix Windows Boot Error 0xc000000d

Method 1: Create a Recovery Drive

The easiest method of repairing PC error code 0xc00000d is by creating a recovery disk. Recovery disk enables your PC reverts back to its default settings; thus, the error will be repaired.

  • Plug in a USB flash drive into a computer not affected by the error problem.
  • Go to Start > Type “Create a Recovery Drive” without quotes and hit Enter.
  • Follow the Create Recovery Drive wizard.

After creating the recovery drive, boot your PC with the USB flash drive and follow the prompts to carry out system recovery.

Method 2: Use Command Prompt

  • Create a bootable device for Windows 10.
  • Insert the bootable USB or DVD and boot Windows from it.
  • In the Windows Setup window, select the language to install, Time and Currency format, and the keyboard or input method.
  • Hence, click on Repair your computer and select Troubleshoot.
  • Click on “Advanced options”, select “Automatic Repair”, and then select the Operating System.
  • After the repair process, follow the prompts notification to boot up your Windows PC.

Method 3: Run System Restore

  • Press the power button until your PC shuts down, then press it again to switch on your PC.
  • Navigate to the Run in Safe Mode option and hit Enter.
  • Go to Start > Type system restore and then hit Enter.

  • Follow the prompts to revert back to a certain restore point.
  • Wait for the process to complete, and then reboot.

Only choose this option as a last resort because it will delete your personal data from the PC.

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By Dr. Joseph H Volker | 2018-08-30T08:53:26+00:00 August 8th, 2018|Blue Screen Errors, Common Errors, Computer Science|0 Comments