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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Windows failed to start, says
Hello kizzy_t, when a change has been made to the Operating System, Registry... The best thing to do [First] is a "System Restore," if Start Repair didn't 'Fix' the problem; lets try the [System Restore]. The computer will be 'configured' back, to a previous time when the computer was working, or before the change was made. there are two  ways of doing this, if you remember the exact "Day & Time" of the change, you can 'create' a Restore Point from that day; or the "Restore Point" will be listed for your choosing. It will be safer to go back as far as the "restore points" go.Follow these instructions carefully, and you will have no problem at all. The first thing you want to do is click on the "Start Button," from the Desktop. Next, click on "All Programs," scroll to find "Accessories," next select the "System Tools ." You will see in the next window that open, "System Restore;" now this is very important, "Once you click on the System Restore "shortcut" it will start to look for the last known time of a change in your computer, ie; "Hardware or Software." The System restore can take as long as a 1/2 an hour to run, so be patient if you want it to work. "Do not try to do any type of work, don't even touch the keyboard for any reason, just let it run!" Once the System Restore finds the correct "Date and Time"of the event; choose the Date closest to the time of the occurrence. Now once again, there will be a message telling you not to do anything with the computer, and please don't. The System Restore will "run" for a while, so once again be patient. The computer will then "Shutdown and Restart," Lo-gin if you have to? But! Do not touch the Keyboard once the Desktop window open, because System Restore is still running. Wait! Until there is a message letting you know the 'Restore' of your System was successful! Take your time, I hope all goes well, please let me know by giving a "Helpful Rating" Thanks for using Fix'Ya, paul7of9
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
Uninstall Internet explorer 8 and any .net upgrade which is rescent. Try it now and use internet explorer 7 if it is working ok with downgradeor better goto firefox and download firefox.
Other possibility is RAM has failed, if there are two sticks try booting with one stick in theA slot and other removed, alternate the ram sticks to test. If only one ram stick try a similar ram type pc or laptop for ram test, a friend?
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
You are facing this problem because of some software update which you might of done in recent times. So the boot loader is failing with error code 0xc000000f.
Download the Repair for boot loader from the link below:
Run the software it will rectify any errors caused due to any software update.
This will solve your problem.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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