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Windows 7: Winload.exe error code 0xc0000001

20 Feb 2012   #1
Timey

Windows 64bit
 
 
Winload.exe error code 0xc0000001

Hello. I am running on Windows 7 64bit home premium. My computer has been really weird lately. I have tried recovering my computer to an earlier time but it constantly failed. Explorer.exe will fail on me, and I have tried the src thing using run but it will open and immediately close on me. I didn't have a recovery disk so I just recently bought one. I "think" I made the recovery disk correctly. When I put the cd in, I got an error that the file winload.exe with the error code 0xc0000001 saying the file may be missing or may be corrupt. I am not very experienced with computers so i hope you guys can help me the best way you can. Thank you so much for reading.

I have posted a thread about this awhile ago but didn't receive help. As of right NOW, explorer.exe keeps failing on me when I log into my account and when press the system restore option, it freezes and starts explorer.exe and a pop up about my administration failing.

Main board : Dell 04GJJT
Memory : 4gb
Video Card : ATI Radeon HD 4200
Processor : AMD Athlon II X2 240


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20 Feb 2012   #2
stenzin

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Don't know if I can help much but, you said you did:
sfc /scannow and the command prompt opens and closes right away?

Have you tried running the PC in safe mode to see if you get same issues?
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