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Windows 7: F8 "Repair your computer" stops working with 0xc000000e

17 Nov 2011   #21
gregrocker

 

Or a Repair Install.

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10 Sep 2013   #22
tplaya07

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I had this same problem when imaging some new computers to add to our network.

Go into the BIOS and check your Sata Operation Mode. Your options are usually AHCI or ATA. Regardless of which one is selected, try switching to the other one. If the BIOS and operating system (registry) do not reflect the same mode, this error will appear. If you're now able to boot to the desktop, there are plenty of links online explaining how to install/reinstall your AHCI driver after Windows is installed... as well as telling the OS to use a particular type of Sata mode in the registry.

Google "ATA to AHCI Windows ____" [input YOUR OS] for more info.
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