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Error 0xc0000006 normally occurs due to corrupted registry files. It can also be caused by certain viral infections. This error can also be caused by obsolete drivers, missing DLL files and a blue screen of death on your computer.
0xc0000006 is NTSTATUS code. More precisely, it is STATUS_IN_PAGE_ERROR.
It is not uncommon to see these errors when you try to start an executable from a network volume. For some reason, if there is a temporary problem accessing the network volume, you can see this error. When a module is loaded, the code is not physically loaded until it is needed. A file mapped to memory is created, and if a particular page is required, it is moved to physical memory as needed. If your network does not meet this requirement, your application stops with STATUS_IN_PAGE_ERROR.
The usual ways of dealing with them are, among other things:
Removes conflicting programs
If error 0xc0000006 occurs when starting the Windows installation file – probably in conflict with two of the same program. We must therefore remove one of them:
- Open “My Computer” and select “Edit or delete a program”.
- Depending on the application you use to create disk images, select the appropriate program.
- Enter the program name in the “Change or delete program” search menu. You will probably see 2 identical files of this program (they can vary in versions, formats, etc.).
- Delete one of them by running the program “Uninstall a program”.
- The Windows installation files are then opened in the rest of the application.
Performing an SFC scan
The following command performs a complete scan of the protected system files on your computer and fixes any files that cause problems while running Windows 10.
Use the Windows key + X keyboard shortcuts to open the Power User menu and select Command Prompt (Admin) because you need administrator rights to run SFC.
At the command prompt, type the following command and press Enter :
Using the Event Viewer
Event Viewer is a Windows tool that displays detailed information about important events on your computer.
To access the Event Viewer under Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and Server 2012 R2:
- Right-click the Start button, choose Control Panel > System and Security, and double-click Administrative Tools.
- Double-click the Event Viewer.
- Select the type of protocols you want to check (for example, Application, System).
NOTE: To access the application logs once in the Event Viewer, go to Windows Logs > Application Logs, see Application and System Logs for shutdown errors.
You can correct error 0xc0000006 in many different ways. We hope these tips will help you stabilize your system and prevent new errors like this from occurring.