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Windows 7: 0xcooooo34,0xc0000225

21 Nov 2009   #1
das boot

windows 7 64-bit
 
 
0xcooooo34,0xc0000225

Greetings!

I previously was running win7 64bit with 4 gig paired ram on my rig.Yesterday i dropped another 4gig paired into the slots and restarted my machine.

The full 8 gig is being picked up on startup,but it would throw 0xc0000034,0xc0000225
(alternating on start up) errors.

I have stripped the MOBO down and rebuilt the machine,same errors.

I had to use my vista 32 bit disk to format the hdd,as my win7 64-bit disk will throw the above error on restart.

After reformatting and removing the partitions,win7 (64-bit) will mostly boot the install sequence,and install win7.Win7 will restart the machine as normal during installation,and will boot to desktop.

You can use win7 per normal (install apps ect),but when i go to restart the machine to finish installation of apps, it will go back to the error screen and throw one of the above errors.

I have reformatted 14 times and fresh installed 14 times,and it still crashes on MY first reboot.

I am at my wits end,any ideas?


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21 Nov 2009   #2
Qdos

 

One obvious point would be whether your motherboard BIOS is the latest, and to check the RAM is compatible with types your motherboard builder states have been found compatible.

If these points are both borne in mind and you're sure there is no reason why you ought to get errors then check all your BIOS settings regards the RAM are optimal for the specification of the memory.

Failing success then it's probably time to run memory diagnostics.
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21 Nov 2009   #3
belikexp

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by das boot View Post
Greetings!

I previously was running win7 64bit with 4 gig paired ram on my rig.Yesterday i dropped another 4gig paired into the slots and restarted my machine.
Take out the second pair and see what happens. Try swapping with the first pair.
If both pairs work make sure your using the correct memory, updated bios and how much memory your motherboard supports.
List of supported memory for your mobo. http://www.evga.com/support/motherboard/
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21 Nov 2009   #4
das boot

windows 7 64-bit
 
 

Hi,i have taken out swapped ram,i cannot flash the bios as the disk that ive got the flash on is not recognized.

it just wont boot anything,unless its from a fresh format.then after the install,it crashes out and gives me those codes.

edit: my board (look at my specs) supports the corsair ram,the full 8 gig is found on the on boot self test.
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21 Nov 2009   #5
das boot

windows 7 64-bit
 
 

I have just reformatted again,and reinstalled vista 32 ultimate.....multiple restarts,straight to desktop everytime.

tried a fresh install of win7 64 and i get this error

boot/BCD

0xc0000034


Now vista 32 wont repair,and it looks like a fresh format .........again


ideas?
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21 Nov 2009   #6
charles3

win 7, R2
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by das boot View Post
0xcooooo34,0xc0000225
(alternating on start up) errors.
its in hex, there are only zeros (0) not letter O's (o,O)

(ive done a screenshot in profont so you can see the difference),
the errors are
0xC0000034 object_name_not_found
0xC0000225 not_found

this might be a hardware issue, you can try disabling all the “extra” stuff you have, sound card, floppy, serial port, anything beyond the absolute bare minimum to get the system going.

Try a different vid card.

Get memtest, and run that just to be sure that things are fine, and try booting with the minimum amount of memory.Try a different drive, try putting that drive in a different port, switch stuff around until you have run out of things to do.

It might be that your processor has a problem doing 64 bit stuff, but not 32 bit (very rare).

Swap the memory sticks around (like you have done)Then test each pair as you go, then test each set of slots. You can also try installing 64 bit linux to see if it also has trouble with your hardware.

Re-flashing the bios (via software that you have loaded on a USB key) might help.


You can also search http://support.microsoft.com/ph/14019 for the errors, “0xC0000034 object_name_not_found” and “0xC0000225 not_found” with “boot” added to both searches.

it might also be the disk going south,
Error message when you start Windows Vista: "The Windows Boot Configuration Data file is missing required information"


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21 Nov 2009   #7
das boot

windows 7 64-bit
 
 

hiya !

i have flashed the board with the newest bios,tried the mem in different channels,mem test is fine.

i previously had win7 64 running fine on my sweet little machine with 4 gig.
i have removed the newest paired ram and tried the install again...no luck.
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21 Nov 2009   #8
das boot

windows 7 64-bit
 
 

Just reinstalled vista again....works fine.
installed win7 32 bit.. fails on first restart after install.
attempted win7 64 bit,failed on initial driver load..didnt even get to set up.

point of interest?

win7 64 is partitioning my 500gig hdd as follows :

Disk0 P1 100meg
Disk0 P2 465.7gig

is the win partition way too small?
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22 Nov 2009   #9
das boot

windows 7 64-bit
 
 

Too much of a brain teaser?
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22 Nov 2009   #10
thefabe

Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit / XP Home sp3
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by das boot View Post
Too much of a brain teaser?
A bit of one. Mostly questions. OK you said you had 64 bit installed before with 4gigs, running smoothly i assume, correct? Added 4 more gigs, same exact ram 2x2gb kit? error message.. reformatted,reinstalled 64 bit went well till reboot after finishing installing apps. Drop down to next to last post(#8) Now 32 bit Fails after restart,64 bit failed on initial driver load. Theses last 2 tries, done with all 8 gigs in?I would try to install with only 1 -2gig stick 64 bit /7 (is this a retail disc or a burned ISO? If so from where and at what speed?(thinking bad ISO post #6) I would also make sure all bios settings are set to default (except boot form cd) also minimum peripherals. also would wipe the harddrive and do a reformat. 100 meg partion? What's up with that? Thoughts (bad memory controller?) (latest chipset drivers?) That's about it out of ideas. Fabe
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