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Mine was having he exact same problem. All I did was hard reset it, wipe the cache, and wipe the media partition.
First, turn off your nextbook.
Hold both the POWER button and the VOL UP button until the screen the screen comes on. Once its on, you can remove your finger from the POWER button but still keep it on the VOL UP button until the screen goes to a black BIOS screen.
From there, use the VOL DOWN button to scroll to the "Factory Reset/Wipe" option, then press POWER to enter.
Scroll down to Yes to confirm once more and that should be it for the Factory reset.
I recommend you proceed to the "Wipe cache" & "Wipe Media partition" options to be on the safe side.
I hope this solves your problem like it solved mine.
Please download and Run the BIOS update utility for resolve this issue. You can download it from the link below.
If the problem still persist, reboot the Computer and keep tapping the F2 key when VAIO logo appears on the screen to enter BIOS mode. You can manually disable the function System and BIOS Shadowing. This will resolve the issue.
This is a cache manager error or a missing DLL file error. This might have heppend as a result of some hardware of software changes that you might have made recently. You can either install the removed drivers once again or need to run a repair reinstall of windows to get the curropt dll files working again.
There are several options. This is what I would do: Go to the E-Machines site and get the fix from them. If they don't have it I would down load the files to the hard drive and burn a CD. When you make the cd ensure your folders are labeled DISK1, DISK2, ... there should be 1 folder for each disk and then make a folder DSK and put all the files in that folder. As long as none of them share a name you should be good. The cd will need to be Bootable. Boot the machine from the CD and try running the fix from teh DSK folder. If that does not work. Reboot the machine from the cd, Open the Disk1 folder and startt the program. Now, if none of that works or you feel you haven''t really put anything on the computer you need to keep the fastest option to get back up and running is to put the CD that came with the E-machine in the drive and reboot the computer. Choose Repair system or Restore to Factory settings when the menu appears. One of these options will work if your harddrive is not damaged.