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Windows 8.1: 0xc000000e Czyli pustka w partycji boot
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Adrian Pikus
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Problem tkwi w tym że nie ma nic na laptopie co uruchomiło by windowsa 8.1. Partycja boot jest pusta brak mbr. Może mi ktoś pomóc jak to naprawić? Nie chce od nowa instalować windowsa bo na dysku jest już windows i mam tam dużo swoich danych. Supergrub 2 nie pomaga. Znalazłem narzędzie które mi pomoże ale jest płatne (http://www.prime-expert.com/ebcd/)
Wie ktoś jak naprawić taki problem?

Dodam jeszcze że płyta windowsa i napraw komputer nie pomagają. Polecenia takie jak fixmbr i fixboot mimo że zwracają sukces też nie pomaga
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How to fix status 0xC000000E
1) Download EBCD and burn it to CD/DVD according to the instructions, then set up your BIOS to boot from CD. You need full EBCD version to actually write changes to the disk, but it's recommended to try demo version first to make sure there are no hardware incompatibilities.

2) Boot EBCD:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Main Menu
3) Run File Manager from the main menu:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - File Manager Started
4) Press Alt+F1 and choose your boot partition from the menu. In Windows 7 and Windows 8 boot partition has size about 100MB in size and "System Reserved" volume label. In Windows Vista separate boot partition does not exist, computer boots from system disk where Windows OS files are installed (use UP and DOWN arrow keys and ENTER to navigate the menu):

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Choosing Windows 7 Boot Partition
5) Press TAB to switch input focus to the left panel, and go to Boot folder (using arrow keys UP and DOWN and ENTER to enter the folder):

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Entering Boot Folder on the Boot Partition
6) List of files should appear on the left panel. BCD file should be in the list, BCD.LOG, BCD.LOG1 and BCD.LOG2 may also appear in the list. Navigate to that files using arrow keys, then select them INSERT key:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Selection of BCD-related Files For Backup
7) After selection:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - BCD-related Files are Ready to be Renamed
8) Press F6. File rename dialog will pop up:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - File Rename Dialog
9) Type BCD_OLD.* on keyboard and press ENTER:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - About to Rename BCD-related Files for Backup
10) Make sure BCD files were renamed successfully to BCD_OLD files, then press F10 and ENTER to exit EBCD File Manager:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Exiting EBCD File Manager
11) Choose Mount & Boot Center in the main menu:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Choosing Mount and Boot Center in the main menu
12) Wait:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Waiting for EBCD Mount and Boot Center to start
13) Enable checkbox (checkboxes) on the intersection of the bootloader and operating system (operating systems) it should load:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Fixing Boot Error in EBCD Mount and Boot Center
14) Mount & Boot Center should look like below. Press OK to commit changes (BCD registry hive and corresponding log will be created from scratch at this point):

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Saving Updated BCD Registry Changes to the Disk
15) "Status 0xC000000E" boot problem should be fixed now. Choose 'Reboot' in the EBCD main menu:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Status 0xC000000E problem is fixed, rebooting
Please note: Because BCD (Boot Configuration Data) was recreated from scratch, you may need to adjust boot timeout, menu order etc from within Windows when it boots successfully.

// Źródło http://www.prime-expert.com/articles/b16...ssible.php



Fix #3: Rebuild the BCD

Since the boot error is caused by a corrupted or bad configured master boot sector, rebuilding the BCD (master boot sector) may be a solution.

Here are the steps to rebuild the BCD:

Boot from your install disc
Click on Repair your computer after you go through language, time etc.
Select your Windows installation drive, which is usually C:\, and click Next
Choose Command Prompt when the System Recovery Options box appears
Write the following command and press Enter afterwards:
bootrec /rebuildbcd
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Jakoś nie do końca rozumiem czego ci brak... bo jeśli MBR jest pusty to nie możemy mówić o partycjach bo ich nie ma... pod adresm http://traxter-online.net/odzyskiwanie-u...-partycji/ masz kilka narzędzi do odzyskiwania partycji...
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G partedem pozbyłem się wsyzstkich partycji których ja nie utworzyłem instalując windowsa. Czyli teraz zostało mi tylko dysk C:/ , D:/ i E:/. Brak jest jakichkolwiek partycji boot czy innych potrzebnych windowsowi

inspired95 napisał(a):How to fix status 0xC000000E
1) Download EBCD and burn it to CD/DVD according to the instructions, then set up your BIOS to boot from CD. You need full EBCD version to actually write changes to the disk, but it's recommended to try demo version first to make sure there are no hardware incompatibilities.

2) Boot EBCD:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Main Menu
3) Run File Manager from the main menu:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - File Manager Started
4) Press Alt+F1 and choose your boot partition from the menu. In Windows 7 and Windows 8 boot partition has size about 100MB in size and "System Reserved" volume label. In Windows Vista separate boot partition does not exist, computer boots from system disk where Windows OS files are installed (use UP and DOWN arrow keys and ENTER to navigate the menu):

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Choosing Windows 7 Boot Partition
5) Press TAB to switch input focus to the left panel, and go to Boot folder (using arrow keys UP and DOWN and ENTER to enter the folder):

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Entering Boot Folder on the Boot Partition
6) List of files should appear on the left panel. BCD file should be in the list, BCD.LOG, BCD.LOG1 and BCD.LOG2 may also appear in the list. Navigate to that files using arrow keys, then select them INSERT key:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Selection of BCD-related Files For Backup
7) After selection:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - BCD-related Files are Ready to be Renamed
8) Press F6. File rename dialog will pop up:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - File Rename Dialog
9) Type BCD_OLD.* on keyboard and press ENTER:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - About to Rename BCD-related Files for Backup
10) Make sure BCD files were renamed successfully to BCD_OLD files, then press F10 and ENTER to exit EBCD File Manager:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Exiting EBCD File Manager
11) Choose Mount & Boot Center in the main menu:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Choosing Mount and Boot Center in the main menu
12) Wait:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Waiting for EBCD Mount and Boot Center to start
13) Enable checkbox (checkboxes) on the intersection of the bootloader and operating system (operating systems) it should load:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Fixing Boot Error in EBCD Mount and Boot Center
14) Mount & Boot Center should look like below. Press OK to commit changes (BCD registry hive and corresponding log will be created from scratch at this point):

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Saving Updated BCD Registry Changes to the Disk
15) "Status 0xC000000E" boot problem should be fixed now. Choose 'Reboot' in the EBCD main menu:

Fix BCD status 0xC000000E with EBCD - Status 0xC000000E problem is fixed, rebooting
Please note: Because BCD (Boot Configuration Data) was recreated from scratch, you may need to adjust boot timeout, menu order etc from within Windows when it boots successfully.

// Źródło http://www.prime-expert.com/articles/b16...ssible.php



Fix #3: Rebuild the BCD

Since the boot error is caused by a corrupted or bad configured master boot sector, rebuilding the BCD (master boot sector) may be a solution.

Here are the steps to rebuild the BCD:

Boot from your install disc
Click on Repair your computer after you go through language, time etc.
Select your Windows installation drive, which is usually C:\, and click Next
Choose Command Prompt when the System Recovery Options box appears
Write the following command and press Enter afterwards:
bootrec /rebuildbcd

Przecież sam dałem odnośnik do tej strony że ten program jest płatny.....

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Tak wyglądają moje partycje. Zaznaczona partycja to system windows 8.1




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