My solution may help unless you have a laptop then it may get hairy, ( unless you are knowledgeable enough to open up a laptop). Anyway, I didn't see ( as far as I looked ), any one mention resetting the BIOS. This means removing the power cord, the main battery (if a laptop) and then removing the BIOS battery on the motherboard. If the battery is soldered on, then I have had some LUCK with shorting the pins of the battery for no more than 5 seconds, but I can't say it won't do some damage. (With laptops, damage can occur just getting them open, so BE CAREFUL. Better yet, get someone with more experience to do it for you.) I did fix this on a Dell tower today with the same error/blue screen.
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This error is caused mostly by hardware, meaning, update to the latest drivers and double check that nothing is broken on the inside of the laptop and check to make sure nothing is stuck inside the inputs.
STOP: 0x000000F4 (0xF4) is a critical error message that appears when Windows is forced to terminate abnormally due to a kernel problem to prevent further damage to your computer. That is why STOP: 0x000000F4 should be fixed as soon as possible.
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What is the Stop Error code..
is it like 0x00000...
depending on the kind of Error the resolution can be proceeded on..
it can be a software or a hardware issue.. so u need the error code.. to know the details of the error..
get the error code.. go to
support.microsoft.com and type in the error code..
and u shall get all the answers on how to resolve the error..
let me know if u need more help
The error suggests that there is no bootable device available. Check if you are able to get to BIOS. Check for the hard drive . If hard drive is listed in BIOS, please run the diagnostics on the hard drive. If you get any error messages, then it could be an issue with the hard drive.
Okay, first, try to boot to Safe Mode (hit F8 while booting) and run System Restore. Go back to a day or two before your issue occurred.
Once restored, open up My Computer, right click on your C Drive, then click "Properties", then the "Tools" tab, then under "Error Checking" click "Check Now". Then, reboot so it can run the scan. You might have a hard drive issue that Chkdsk can resolve. Post back with how this goes.