Bsod/black screen oxc000011

Poppple29 2 Posts Friday June 29, 2018Registration date June 29, 2018 Last seen - Jun 29, 2018 at 12:46 AM - Latest reply: Poppple29 2 Posts Friday June 29, 2018Registration date June 29, 2018 Last seen
- Jun 29, 2018 at 05:28 AM
Hey. So my laptop started acting super buggy earlier (programs weren't responding and whatnot) and I was scanning various areas hoping to find what was causing it when it bluescreened with the aforementioned error code, 0xc000011.

Windows couldn't repair it and it can't restore to a previous version. The blue troubleshooting screen has only popped up once, and other than that it's black screen.
I have a USB drive with the Windows recovery disc on it plugged in but I'm not getting any prompts and every page I have visited to get more insight into what can be done that doesn't involve a complete wipe has had no answers.
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Ambucias 53908 Posts Monday February 1, 2010Registration dateModeratorStatus August 14, 2018 Last seen - Jun 29, 2018 at 05:16 AM
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The error code, 0xc000011 reveals a faulty hard disk or a system file is corrupt. To be able to ask Windows for repair, you must boot from the installation disc. Your computer's boot order does seems to include booting from a usb key.

I am afraid that a visit to a repair shop is in order.

Thank you, Ambucias 1

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Poppple29 2 Posts Friday June 29, 2018Registration date June 29, 2018 Last seen - Jun 29, 2018 at 05:28 AM
Thanks for responding. I finally got the troubleshooting window to come up and tried running commands in commandprompt, and it seems that something in my bootloader is corrupt.
I changed the boot location in bios but the troubleshooting screen won't let me mount an iso or load from *previous versions*.
I tried a normal reinstall and it didn't work, so now I'm trying to just wipe it clean.

I'll keep the post updated and would appreciate any further input.

If I don't absolutely have to take it to a repair shop I'd rather not.
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