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Getting 2 BSOD Windows 10


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#1 miaheat3wade

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Posted 21 December 2015 - 02:31 AM

I have a Sony vaio that won't boot up anymore. I start it up and after the vaio screen appears it goes into the "preparing automatic repair" screen. It stays there for a while and then it goes into a bsod error code: 0xc00000e9. It gives me the option to press enter or f8 for startup settings. Either way it takes me into another bsod error code: 0xc000014c. It also gives me the option to press enter or for startup settings. But it just creates a never ending loop. Any help on how to fix this would be appreciated. I'm not very computer savvy so if you could go easy on me, it would be great. Thank you!

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Posted 21 December 2015 - 05:36 PM

These error codes resemble NT Status codes rather than BSOD error codes.

That being said, they usually have the same meaning if you get them as a BSOD.

 

Here's what they mean:

//
// MessageId: STATUS_UNEXPECTED_IO_ERROR
//
// MessageText:
//
// If an I/O error is returned which is not defined in the standard FsRtl filter, it is converted to the following error which is guaranteed to be in the filter. In this case information is lost, however, the filter correctly handles the exception.
//
#define STATUS_UNEXPECTED_IO_ERROR       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E9L)

 

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// MessageId: STATUS_REGISTRY_CORRUPT
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// MessageText:
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// {The Registry Is Corrupt}
// The structure of one of the files that contains Registry data is corrupt, or the image of the file in memory is corrupt, or the file could not be recovered because the alternate copy or log was absent or corrupt.
//
#define STATUS_REGISTRY_CORRUPT          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000014CL)

 

The easiest way for these 2 errors to be from the same source is if there is a problem with your hard drive.

I'd suggest starting with these free, bootable diagnostics:  http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html

Start with the hard drive diagnostics first.


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Posted 23 December 2015 - 03:00 AM

Thank you

 

 

These error codes resemble NT Status codes rather than BSOD error codes.

That being said, they usually have the same meaning if you get them as a BSOD.

 

Here's what they mean:

//
// MessageId: STATUS_UNEXPECTED_IO_ERROR
//
// MessageText:
//
// If an I/O error is returned which is not defined in the standard FsRtl filter, it is converted to the following error which is guaranteed to be in the filter. In this case information is lost, however, the filter correctly handles the exception.
//
#define STATUS_UNEXPECTED_IO_ERROR       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E9L)

 

//
// MessageId: STATUS_REGISTRY_CORRUPT
//
// MessageText:
//
// {The Registry Is Corrupt}
// The structure of one of the files that contains Registry data is corrupt, or the image of the file in memory is corrupt, or the file could not be recovered because the alternate copy or log was absent or corrupt.
//
#define STATUS_REGISTRY_CORRUPT          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000014CL)

 

The easiest way for these 2 errors to be from the same source is if there is a problem with your hard drive.

I'd suggest starting with these free, bootable diagnostics:  http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html

Start with the hard drive diagnostics first.






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