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Solved: Error Code 0xc00000e9 in Windows 10

The error code 0xc00000e9 is a common error in Windows users may come across when you start your PC. When you are expecting your PC to start smoothly it displays an error code 0xc00000e9 in Windows 10 not allowing your computer to start. What are the reasons behind Error code 0xc00000e9? The error code 0xc00000e9 is normally due to a hardware malfunction or because of the lost connection between the hard drive and motherboard. Following are the reasons behind error code 0xc00000e9 in Windows 10: Damaged or corrupted hard drive Corrupted system files or damaged registry files Hardware peripherals not

How to fix MBR error in Windows 10 | Steps to recover lost data due to MBR corruption

MBR corruption

Master Boot Record often called as MBR is a special kind of boot sector stored on hard disk or other storage devices. MBR is responsible for loading the operating system on to the memory. If MBR is damaged your system will fail to boot into Windows. This article will guide you to fix MBR in Windows 10 easily. Why your PC fails to start? When you start your PC the first thing it does is to look for the location of the operating system. Master Boot Record (MBR) which holds the information of operating system will help your PC with

[FIXED] Restart to Repair Drive Errors on Windows

Windows errors are quiet common and there is no need to freak out unless it harms your data. Though some of these errors can be fixed just by restarting Windows PCs, some need chkdsk or other tools to fix them. However, few errors would start running in loop – eg. ‘Restart to Repair Drive Errors’, that won’t let you access your data until you restart PC after repairing drive. It doesn’t seem scary, but it is so when the error keeps appearing even after restarting Windows PCs several times. Usually, the error occurs after using error checking tool to fix

How to recover lost user data after Windows 10 October 2018 update

After a lot of buzz around the anniversary update, also referred to as the October 2018 update is now finally available for download. There are a lot of users who already installed the update and a few bugs are being reported on various social networks like Reddit, Twitter and numerous other forums. One such issue that is causing a lot of panic and apprehension among the users is the deletion of user directory information or personal files like music, documents, files and other media soon after the October update installation. Hence we shall discuss all the concerns raised over the

How to Fix Error 0x8009002d When Signing in to Windows 10 Account

Although Windows allows you to have multiple accounts and login through them comfortably, there can be some situations where it poses problems. In this article, we discuss about an error ‘0x8009002d’ that occurs at the time of logging in to your system. Let us also see how to resolve the error using some simple solutions in this article. Solution 1: Restart your system Although this sounds like a simple solution, users have reported that this method works in some cases. But please note that even if this method works, it is not permanent as you will have to restart the

What’s New in Windows 10 October 2018 Update

Users who are not happy with Windows 10 may find a little peace with the new features that the October update has to offer. Microsoft as usual has added new features that make Windows 10, the best OS to use. In this blog post, let us see what the Windows 10 October 2018 update aka codenamed Redstone 5 brings to us. Your Phone’ app This is introduced to better integrate your phone and your Windows 10 PC. Using this app, you can send and receive SMSs/calls from your Windows 10 computer. In addition, you can also manage photos on your

Files get Deleted Randomly after Windows 10 Upgrade [SOLVED]

So, you’ve made the decision and made an upgrade to Windows 10. You are happy with the look and feel and also excited about the return of the Start button. While you are still exploring new features, suddenly you find some of your files disappearing from the desktop. You’re frustrated and shocked, so you’re here looking for answers. If you are in such a situation, we understand how you feel and we are here to help you. It is normal to get upset but it is important to understand the upgrade itself is not the reason for data loss. It

Simple hacks to manage the Outlook AutoComplete list

enable or disable autocomplete

AutoComplete is one of the most underrated features of Outlook. Without even realizing, we extensively use AutoComplete list in Outlook to send mails every day. It saves the time by suggesting the most relevant email id to the partially entered address in To, Cc and Bcc sections of the send mail window; therefore you can avoid manually looking for a previously entered mail id or email address. At the same time AutoComplete can also be unfruitful and may land you into troubles by suggesting a different sender or a misspelled email address. This doesn’t mean that you have to disable

Everything you need to know about the new Sticky Notes 3.0

sticky notes 3.0

There is always an ecitement from users when Windows is rolling out an update to the Operating system and other applications of Windows. The recent exciting news to Windows users is the new Sticky notes 3.0 update, it comes in with a bunch of interesting and really impressive features that all Windows users wish for. Sticky notes, released back in the times of Vista lost its aura with advent of Cortana and Wunderlist. But for users still love using sticky notes on their desktop background, the new sticky notes 3.0 update is assured to hit the sweet spot. Image Source:

How to fix 80040265 error in Windows media player

Windows media player returns an error 80040265, when you try to play a video file. There can be more than one reasons for this error to occur. The following useful troubleshooting steps are provided to fix this error with a little effort. Introduction to “Cannot playback the file.  The file format not supported. Error: 80040265″ Windows media player supports most of the common media file formats. When Windows media player cannot play the file it is not only because of the lack of file format support, there are other reasons that stand responsible for stopping the media player from playing