The 0xc00000e9 error is usually caused by a defective or defective hard disk. This will be the final judgment, unless the solutions listed below indicate otherwise.
If in the case, it’s the hard drive that failed, you can send it to a recovery company to recover your data, it’s a tedious process, but if you’ve never backed up, then this is when you start with a learned lesson.
The error code 0xc00000e9 may occur due to:
- Defective or damaged hard disk.
- Hard disk connected in bulk.
- Defective USB or DVD that you are using as an installation device.
- Windows updates.
- Improperly configured or corrupted registry files.
- Obsolete PC drivers.
Here’s how to fix it:
Repair your PC using the Advanced Startup function
Move the mouse to the bottom right of the screen.
They opened the charm bar.
Click with the left mouse button on the “Settings” function in the charm bar.
In the “Settings” menu, left-click the “Change PC settings” function.
On the left side of the window, you must click with the left mouse button on the “Update and restore” function.
Click with the left mouse button on the “Restore” function.
On the right side of the window is “Extended Start”.
In the “Extended Start” function, left click the “Restart Now” button.
You must now wait until the Windows 8 or Windows 10 device is restarted.
After the restart, you go directly to the “Extended start” function.
In the “Extended Start” function, you must now select the “Automatic Repair” function and follow the on-screen instructions.
Once the automatic repair function is complete, you will need to restart your Windows 8 or Windows 10 device and see if this problem persists.
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