If you are using Windows 10 for a long time, there is a high chance that you will encounter a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) issue at least once. The reasons behind these fatal crashes vary a lot but, in most cases, it is the bad system files, corrupted system utilities that are to be blamed. ‘Error code – 0xc000000e’ is a similar type of error which is caused by the file ‘Windows\system32\winload.exe’. In this article, we have discussed very easy fixes to solve this issue.
Booting into Automatic Repair mode–
If you are continuously encountering a BSOD issue, you will notice the Automatic Repair mode has appeared automatically.
In case if it doesn’t appear, strictly follow this set of instructions~
a. As the first step, switch off your device.
b. When your system is completely turned off, simply press the power button to switch it on again.
c. After that, when you see that the manufacturer’s logo has appeared on your computer screen , just press-hold the power button continuously for 5-6 seconds till it turns off completely .
d. Then, what you need to do is to continue this for 2-3 more times. Finally, the third time, your pc will automatically arrive at the startup repair screen.
When your computer boots up, you will be in Automatic Repair mode.
Fix – 1 Perform a Startup Repair
Normally, performing a startup repair should fix this issue.
1. At first, open the Automatic Repair screen.
2. After that, to visualize more options, click on the “Advanced options“.
3. After that, click on that “Troubleshoot” to start the troubleshooting process.
4. Then, you need to access the “Advanced options“.
6. To start the startup repair operation, click on the “Startup Repair“.
Startup Repair will diagnose your device for any kind of error and attempt to solve it. Simply wait for this process to over.
Let your device boot up normally.
Fix 2 – Repair the damaged BCD
This problem sometimes occurs because there may be a corrupted BCD on your system.
1. Acess the Automatic Repair simply by following the aforementioned instructions.
2. After that, you have to click on the “Advanced Repair“.
2. Just as same as the previous fix, click on the “Troubleshoot“.
4. Then, you have to click on the “Advanced options“.
5. To open the Command Prompt window, click on “Command Prompt“.
6. Then, select your account.
7. After that, put your account password in the box.
8. Then, click on “Continue“.
9. Once the terminal appears on your screen, copy-paste this code and then hit Enter to fix the Master Boot Record.
10. To fix the boot issues on your device, run this code on your device.
11. At the last step, rebuilding the boot configuration data involves running this command on your device.
Write this one in the terminal and then hit the ‘Enter‘.
Once the rebuilding operation is over, close the terminal.
12. Then, click on “Continue“.
This should fix the issue on your computer.
Fix 3 – Run the System Restore
System Restore can be an option if nothing else is working out for you.
1. At first, open the Automatic Repair window.
2. Once that appears on your screen, click on “Advanced options“.
2. When ‘Choose an option’ appears on your screen, click on “Troubleshoot“.
3. After that, click on “Advanced options“.
7. Try to find the ‘System Restore‘ in the ‘Advanced options’ window.
8. Then, click on “System Restore” to start the system restore process on your computer.
Let the system restore recover your data back to the point when everything was normal.
4. As the System Restore window appears, click on “Next“.
5. After you choose the latest restore point from the list of restore points, click on “Next“.
6. Click on “Finish” to finish the process.
As soon as you click on the ‘Finish’ option, the restoring process will start with your system boot.
This process will reboot your device several times. Once it has finished, check if the BSOD issue is occurring again or not.
Sambit is a Mechanical Engineer By qualification who loves to write about Windows 10 and solutions to weirdest possible problems.