Once this has been completed, additional drives should then be installed and configured. . Insert your windows installation disc. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Greetings, first of all I have to declare that I am not very tech savy so please bare with me. I am going thru withdraws already! Did you also encounter a with an Error Code 0xc000000e winload. Curious though, why do you want to dual boot 7 and 8.
Then choose an appropriate situation in the solution center and follow the instructions on the interface to fix this winload. Sc, Microsoft Small Business Specialist, Dip. Missing boot files Windows requires several core files to boot, and an optional file. After that on the subsequent screen, make a click on Troubleshoot. Go to a working computer. Put the Windows Windows 7 installation disc into the disc drive, and then start the computer. Is there a repair option that doesn't risk losing data? Shouldn't one of the Disks have the files I'm looking to backup? It will recreate your corrupted boot loader.
Insert the commands mentioned below and hit Enter to continue. Highlight the item related to your windows install and click next. I then again installed seven but the same problem is still there. In the dialog-box titled System Recover Options, click the command prompt and type in the following commands. There is no other way but to use hit or miss way. My guess is that some dude at Microsoft forgot to change the path :- Hope this helps I battled with the winload. When installing windows, you'll loose only the files in C drive unless you really want all of them to delete.
I tried to use the repair option in seven dvd but it said it had repaired some problems and then restarted without any solution. I was getting the same 0xc000000e error last night on my newly built system. How to Manually Repair Windows 7 Boot Loader Problems 2 In vista if you can login do a chkdsk ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hetti Arachchige V Aravinda B. Usually the regular automatic recovery fixes the issue at least temporarily. I cannot go to the startup repair option. Give me a detailed yet easy to follow solution. Then, we can do a search for winload, and replace it with the correct copy.
Windows 7 doesn't understand this, but Windows 8 and above do. Divine Logix wrote: Hi All, I had this problem and I have just fixed it. Somebody will attend to your query as soon as possible. However, while this works for a deployment in my office, I am facing the problem in that I need to provide a recovery disc to my customers, and the recovery disc provided also gives this error! Under File menu select Open. Now tell me what should I do.
The solution may be simpler with removable devices, because the device can simply be removed. Boot to the windows install disc. Due to some recent hardware change blah blah blah. Give me a detailed yet easy to follow solution. .
Once the drive shows a clean bill of heath, then I start trouble shooting. However, in some cases, it may not work in one attempt, so you need to repeat this command multiple times. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. It will recreate your corrupted boot loader. So, as a last and desperate option I simply copied winload. Every single time I was getting that same error.
Spent a good part of the day screwing around with it. This tuesday though after Ive got some updates istalled. Can anyone assist with this please? I can get to the command prompt from the recovery disc and I tried fixboot and fixmbr with no results. Once you back them up, you can install the windows. Please tell me exactly what else should I tell you. Download the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 full installer.