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Won't work My Grandaughter removed her usb stick from her Toshiba sattelite laptop, and now Windows won't load, files start to load but stop 1/4 way and an error message comes up Status 0xc00000e9. Info. An unexpected 1/0 error has occured, hope you can help please. Fran

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i have had the samething happen recently it seems if you disconnect from internet prior to logging off take out the battery after shutdown leave it out till nexttime you need the com itll start i tried this the last couple days after a month of it not starting right or not at all tried all the solutions posted this has worked for me i took out the little battery that keeps the clock set at right date and time so when i do get it started i just click on the clock and reset the date and time i dont know if pulling the battery is necessary but i actually snapped mine by mistake but atleast i can get it too start so far everytime thank god for little miricales acers ok but not ths model for sure themodel is ace 5050 aspire

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Try check your hard disk with the other machine. Try running hard disk diagnostic test. If there's a problem with diagnostic test i suspect your hard disk is faulty. If you tried connecting with other machine then same problem, suspected also hard disk faulty. You might need to change it.

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Try pressing F-8 and look for last known good working configuration.
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Hi There,

Please let us know what Operating System you are using...XP, Vista, Windows 7? We cannot advise properly without the info.

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Make sure there is nothing attached to the laptop,remove all devices like keyboard,mouse, flash drives and retry. If still having same error flip the laptop over and remove the battery and open up the 2 other compartments that have a screw holding them. One holds the memory modules and the other the hard drive, check and re seat all connections, then try again. If you still have the same error your hard drive is most likely failing,
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