PC Error 0xc00000e9

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error-0xc00000e9

This error is caused due to hardware issues. It might indicate a problem while communicating with your HDD and PC.

Status: 0xc00000e9

Info: An unexpected I/O error has occurred.

Download Diagnostic

You’re just 3 steps away from fixing this problem…

1. Download and install the Diagnostic

2. Run full scan

3. Perform system clean-up & repair

Estimated download time: 10 Seconds

What is Diagnostic? How does it work?


Update Device Drivers

In most of the cases reported, this issue was caused due to outdated device drivers – software that facilitate communication between your operating system and hardware. Update the device drivers using the Free Wise Driver Care. Restart your computer after successful completion.

Disconnect USB Cords

Turn off your PC and then disconnect all USB cords connected to your PC, including USB mouse, USB keyboard, USB flash drive, USB mobile to PC connector, Printer USB cable, and so on. Start the computer again.

Change the Port

Disconnect the newly connected hardware and try plugging into another port. A malfunctioning port may have caused PC error 0xc00000e9.

Fix Startup Issues

Using the repair computer option on the first page of the Windows installation wizard, fix the startup issues. This process might take longer time, and your computer should work fine after a restart. Your computer must be configured to boot inserted Windows Setup DVD-ROM/ USB flash drive first; to run the installer wizard.

Restore PC to an Earlier Point of Time

By choosing to repair you PC during Windows setup, there will be several diagnostic options. Click the “System Restore” icon, and then select a restore point before one week.

System-Restore-Wizard-Welcome-Page

Restore CMOS Defaults

Set the default settings for your CMOS by opening that screen using F2 or Delete key, and then choosing the option to set defaults from the Exit menu.

Repair the Disk

Using the Check Disk tool analyze all drives/ partition of your hard disk for bad sectors. Fix file system errors on disk drives. The process might take longer time.

Error-Checking

Use Last Known Good Configuration

In earlier versions of Windows, by pressing the F8 key before the boot process, you get a screen to choose several options including Safe Mode, Load Last Known Good Configurations, and so on. Use the latter to successfully boot your machine.

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