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Windows 7: Boot error 0xc000000f- Samsung NP350V5C-AO2UK won't boot. Please help

15 Jan 2015   #31

Windows Home Premium 64bit

Hi I've never used this before and I don't understand what to do once I've booted the Hitachi hard drive test disk (PC DOS 7.0) . I presume I first select SCSI and ATA support not ATA support only but then I don't know which option to select next:
1. For Adaptec
2. For LSI 320 Controller
3. For Tekram & Symbios Controllers
4. For ATTO 320 Contoller
Which one should I select?

Thank you

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15 Jan 2015   #32


That disk has gotten progressively harder to use. You can ask John Carrona at the HD Diagnostic link for more help on navigating it, or just use Seagate Seatools which works on all brands to correctly diagnose, followed by a full Disk Check from Win7 disk.
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15 Jan 2015   #33

Windows Home Premium 64bit

I'll ask John Carrona because I wouldn't be able to follow up the Seagate seatools with a disk check because the win 7 disc doesn't boot.
My System SpecsSystem Spec

15 Jan 2015   #34


Follow the option in Disk Check tutorial to run it from Win7 disk.

But you also need the drive diagnostics. One checks the physical surface, the other the file system residing there
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21 Jan 2015   #35

Windows Home Premium 64bit

Thank you for all your help with helping me trying to fix this issue. I needed my laptop back working for my work and as I had the all my improtant files backed up and I would only loose some that weren't very important so I decided to buy a new hard drive an SSHD instead of a normal HHD and I replaced the old one with it in my laptop. I then installed windows 7 using the Samsung recovery DVD I got with the laptop which worked first time and I installed everything back on my laptop and put my files back on it.

Thank you,
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 Boot error 0xc000000f- Samsung NP350V5C-AO2UK won't boot. Please help

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