If unfortunately your Windows computer boots into error 0xc000000e, do you know how to fix it This issue can be caused by different reasons and the solutions are various. In this article, MiniTool Software will show you the solutions as well as the relative information to help you solve this issue.
When you are facing the Windows 10 boot error 0xc000000e issue, you can first check the cables of your drives to see whether the connections are good. If the connections are OK, you will need to take some deep measures to make your computer boot from the operating system successfully.
Boot Configuration Data, which is also known as BCD, contains the boot configuration parameters about how to start your Windows OS. If the configuration file is corrupted, your Windows 10 will fail to boot like Windows 10 boots into error 0xc000000e.
Startup Repair is capable of diagnosing and fixing the found issues. For example, it can automatically scan system files, registry settings, configuration settings, etc. and try to fix the problem on its own. Startup Repair is especially useful when your computer is unbootable.
When the boot disk is marked as offline by mistake, your computer will definitely fail to boot. Windows 10 boot error 0xc000000e is one form of manifestation. In a situation like this, you need to mark that disk as online to make your computer boot successfully.
You need to access the MiniTool official store to select a suitable edition that contains a bootable builder for further use. Additionally, you also need to prepare an external USB storage drive with enough capacity to save your data.
Hello! I'm new to this forum and I screwed up big time! Long story short, laptop crashed, and stupid me thought it was a good idea to place the HD on another laptop, of course it was not booting so AFTER the McAfee Encryption login I sent to troubleshoot and ran fixmbr commands.
When I rebooted I was obviously no longer getting the MCAfee Encryption preloader since MBR got messed up. I have been trying without success to do \"Emergency Boot\" or decrypt the drive but DETech is not working for me.
I would recommend checking in the ePO console to make sure that the system is in legacy BIOS mode before we go any further. If you drill into the system in ePO and then go to the drive encryption tab. There will be a few items and then an option to click for \"more\" below. After clicking that, look at \"firmware type\" and please let us know what is reflected there. That will help ensure we advise on the specifics of DETech to choose. Another item for that consideration would be your preferred goals with this recovery. For some, they are going to try to get this specific one back to working while others prefer to get the data from the disk and then rebuild. I know that you mentioned an emergency boot but the trouble there is that the emergency boot only works to get past a problem\\issue with MDE preboot. If I follow correctly, you were previously able to get past PBA but then could not get into Windows properly which an emergency boot may not be able to help with if the cause for the initial issue had to do with the OS itself. Once we know more about the firmware type and any preferences you may have in recovery, we can help guide toward the proper DETech. From there, we can provide a few things that we would want to do in a very specific order per the situation but there will be some variable depending upon the specific type, build, etc.
Before taking any action, it is recommendable to take a sector level clone of the disk and then any work that is done can be performed on the clone, ensuring that if something is to go wrong for any reason, the initial disk is left unaltered.
We don't yet know which utility will be the best to use in this situation. One very critical item is to confirm the boot type. Once we know that, we may be able to repair the boot components, at least to a point of being ablt to backup the data from the drive. To confirm that, it may be necessary, if you don't have the necessary access in ePO, to \"tap\" a colleague that has the proper rights, to get that firmware type information from ePO for this specific system.
Hello @cross , we tried getting to that information but maybe my friend doesn't have the right permissions. Quick update, used winpe_amd64_DETech_7.2.8.iso (fat32 and booted usb legacy) as advised by our SEC Team and was able to Authorize with the daily code and Authenticate with the xml although it said \"Failed to retrieve key check from disk the primary disk...:\" I clicked on Restore MBR and it said it was restored. I exited the DETech but it still did not boot into Windows, giving an \"EPC has been corrupted message\".
I again booted using the DETech iso and got this message \"A version mismatch has been detected between this version of DETech/WinTech ... DETech/WinTech Version 7.2 and McAfee Drive Encryption version 7.1.. I clicked OK, authorized, authenticated, clicked again on Authenticate with File and was able to view all my files!! Disk information is also now present and not showing an error.
My files have been recovered now, however I am unable to view any hidden files, any idea how I would go about restoring the image properly and making it boot Should I use EETech version 7.1 Thank you!
The current error message for MDE suggests that an emergency boot is now needed for MDE, however, part of that requires that the operating system needs to be functional on the system. I'm not quite clear on what the problem was with the OS exactly. Can you tell me more about what is going on with that aspect of it Emergency booting to a \"broken\" operating system will not really gain anything in the situation. If the OS is functional otherwise, then emergency booting should be able to get you to the OS and then while online, when corresponding with ePO (or agent handler) it should rebuild the MDE preboot file system.
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