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abacus
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 10, 2006 11:21 am    Post subject: Install error: 0xc00000e9
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Windows Boot Manager - Windows did not start correctly...

Status: 0xc00000e9

Indo: Windows encountered a problem communicating with a device connected to
your computer. This error can be caused by unplygging a removable storage
device while the device is in use.

Error appears after "Windows is Loading Files" straight after booting from
the DVD.
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Andre Da Costa [Extended6
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 10, 2006 12:05 pm    Post subject: Re: Install error: 0xc00000e9 [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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If you have external/usb based devices attached to the system, try removing
those and start again. Vista might be trying to detect which is causing the
error.
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"abacus" wrote in message

> Windows Boot Manager - Windows did not start correctly...
>
> Status: 0xc00000e9
>
> Indo: Windows encountered a problem communicating with a device connected
> to
> your computer. This error can be caused by unplygging a removable storage
> device while the device is in use.
>
> Error appears after "Windows is Loading Files" straight after booting from
> the DVD.
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Mr. Anderson
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 9:10 pm    Post subject: RE: Install error: 0xc00000e9 [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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i get the same error, im thinking its my SD and SM card readers. but they are
internal and it is a laptop so if that is what it is i cant take it out very
easly so any sugestions would be apreceated.

"abacus" wrote:

> Windows Boot Manager - Windows did not start correctly...
>
> Status: 0xc00000e9
>
> Indo: Windows encountered a problem communicating with a device connected to
> your computer. This error can be caused by unplygging a removable storage
> device while the device is in use.
>
> Error appears after "Windows is Loading Files" straight after booting from
> the DVD.
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droid
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Since: Jun 30, 2006
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2006 6:39 pm    Post subject: Re: Install error: 0xc00000e9 [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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If you can't complete the install and want to send a bug report (means
including necessary log files):

1. boot back to previous os,
2. change folder options to make hidden folders visible before the search.
3. search all partitions (may not be visible! * -> diskmgmt.msc -> assign
drive letter) for .log files. The interesting log files are 4 to 30 MB in
size, sometimes at vista partitions windows\inf directory if the setup went
that far. Submit these logs to microsoft using Beta Client.

*If there was no vista partition in diskmgmt.msc* then the log files are
most likely in the same drive your previous OS was installed (if it had
space for the setup files). There should be a hidden, weird named folder, in
root of the volume and the logs are somewhere under there (search).

"Mr. Anderson" wrote in message

>i get the same error, im thinking its my SD and SM card readers. but they
>are
> internal and it is a laptop so if that is what it is i cant take it out
> very
> easly so any sugestions would be apreceated.
>
> "abacus" wrote:
>
>> Windows Boot Manager - Windows did not start correctly...
>>
>> Status: 0xc00000e9
>>
>> Indo: Windows encountered a problem communicating with a device connected
>> to
>> your computer. This error can be caused by unplygging a removable
>> storage
>> device while the device is in use.
>>
>> Error appears after "Windows is Loading Files" straight after booting
>> from
>> the DVD.
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game.freaks
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Since: Jun 20, 2006
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2006 1:57 pm    Post subject: Re: Install error: 0xc00000e9 [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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I have the same problem and I tried your suggestions but it didn't help, is
there any other advises


"droid" wrote:

> If you can't complete the install and want to send a bug report (means
> including necessary log files):
>
> 1. boot back to previous os,
> 2. change folder options to make hidden folders visible before the search.
> 3. search all partitions (may not be visible! * -> diskmgmt.msc -> assign
> drive letter) for .log files. The interesting log files are 4 to 30 MB in
> size, sometimes at vista partitions windows\inf directory if the setup went
> that far. Submit these logs to microsoft using Beta Client.
>
> *If there was no vista partition in diskmgmt.msc* then the log files are
> most likely in the same drive your previous OS was installed (if it had
> space for the setup files). There should be a hidden, weird named folder, in
> root of the volume and the logs are somewhere under there (search).
>
> "Mr. Anderson" wrote in message
>
> >i get the same error, im thinking its my SD and SM card readers. but they
> >are
> > internal and it is a laptop so if that is what it is i cant take it out
> > very
> > easly so any sugestions would be apreceated.
> >
> > "abacus" wrote:
> >
> >> Windows Boot Manager - Windows did not start correctly...
> >>
> >> Status: 0xc00000e9
> >>
> >> Indo: Windows encountered a problem communicating with a device connected
> >> to
> >> your computer. This error can be caused by unplygging a removable
> >> storage
> >> device while the device is in use.
> >>
> >> Error appears after "Windows is Loading Files" straight after booting
> >> from
> >> the DVD.
>
>
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droid
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2006 4:44 am    Post subject: Re: Install error: 0xc00000e9 [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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If you have a laptop with internal device giving trouble, you can try
disable them from BIOS but that is probably not going to help. Finding the
right log files and submitting bug report just after it has happened is more
likely to help in the long run.. If it's a desktop try disconnecting all
hardware possible, USB devices too and disable all that you can from BIOS.

Here are revised log finding instructions:


Finding setup logs, reporting and attaching logs to report, figuring out
what device or driver causes hangs or crash during setup:

1. google -> beta client (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=43655)
The first link should be Microsoft link. It needs .NET but I think it will
be installed if you try to run it without it..

2. finding and identifying the correct logs

setupapi.app.log
setupapi.dev.log <<-- last 100 lines here may indicate the hanging driver

These are the primary setup logs, there are others but these are the major.


Hint: Before searching logs try Folder Options and enable viewing of hidden
folders and files. Also try Run diskmgmt.msc -> assign drive letters for
partitions with no drive letters.

A:

There can be multiple logs with the same name, but they are different! First
look at the drive you tried to install Vista to, if it has Vista
Windows\INF\ directory and the mentioned logs files.

B: early setup failure

If you can't find Windows VISTA directory (if setup did not get so far) then
look all volumes/partitions in the drives that were on the machine during
the install for directories starting with $. There are 2-4 of them (possibly
in different partitions) depending on when the setup failed. Search for .log
under all the *:\$WINDOWS


A & B:

Make sure the date and Minute timestamp of the log files are around the time
when the setup failed, sometimes a setup/install failure causes the computer
to automatically reboot and the setup will run again but failing in
different way than the first time (making the bug report less useful). For
best bug report it's better to catch the failure when it first happens. Yes
it means starting the install all over again and keeping eye on it. But this
will guarantee that the last line in the log will be around the time of the
failure. If it is a driver crash then you can figure out the offending
driver yourself just by looking at the last lines of setupapi.dev.log.

You wouldn't want to be looking at or submitting the wrong logs, right?



"game.freaks" wrote in message

>I have the same problem and I tried your suggestions but it didn't help, is
> there any other advises
>
>
> "droid" wrote:
>
>> If you can't complete the install and want to send a bug report (means
>> including necessary log files):
>>
>> 1. boot back to previous os,
>> 2. change folder options to make hidden folders visible before the
>> search.
>> 3. search all partitions (may not be visible! * -> diskmgmt.msc -> assign
>> drive letter) for .log files. The interesting log files are 4 to 30 MB in
>> size, sometimes at vista partitions windows\inf directory if the setup
>> went
>> that far. Submit these logs to microsoft using Beta Client.
>>
>> *If there was no vista partition in diskmgmt.msc* then the log files are
>> most likely in the same drive your previous OS was installed (if it had
>> space for the setup files). There should be a hidden, weird named folder,
>> in
>> root of the volume and the logs are somewhere under there (search).
>>
>> "Mr. Anderson" wrote in message
>>
>> >i get the same error, im thinking its my SD and SM card readers. but
>> >they
>> >are
>> > internal and it is a laptop so if that is what it is i cant take it out
>> > very
>> > easly so any sugestions would be apreceated.
>> >
>> > "abacus" wrote:
>> >
>> >> Windows Boot Manager - Windows did not start correctly...
>> >>
>> >> Status: 0xc00000e9
>> >>
>> >> Indo: Windows encountered a problem communicating with a device
>> >> connected
>> >> to
>> >> your computer. This error can be caused by unplygging a removable
>> >> storage
>> >> device while the device is in use.
>> >>
>> >> Error appears after "Windows is Loading Files" straight after booting
>> >> from
>> >> the DVD.
>>
>>
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droid
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2006 5:14 am    Post subject: Re: Install error: 0xc00000e9 [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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I understand this error comes very early in the boot?

It would be best if you detailed every piece of hardware you have exactly.
This can be done easiest by getting this program "PCI" or "PCI32"

http://members.datafast.net.au/~dft0802/downloads.htm

You also need to copy this file:

http://members.datafast.net.au/~dft0802/downloads/pcidevs.txt

To the same location as you have the PCI.exe or PCI32.exe. It has updated
device definitions.

If you still have installer or can install XP on the computer, run the
PCI32.exe like this:
PCI32.exe > devices.txt

now open devices.txt with notepad and copy paste the content here in your
reply.

If you don't have and can't get XP back there, get the DOS version on a disk
or bootable USB stick that uses DOS. Then do PCI.EXE > devices.txt and open
this file where you have Internet access.


You can also try enabling boot logging from the boot menu advanced options
and this would yield a net*.log in root of that drive.

If possible, I also recommend installing the Beta Client on that computer
and submitting a bug including the boot log if you got such made.

"Mr. Anderson" wrote in message

>i get the same error, im thinking its my SD and SM card readers. but they
>are
> internal and it is a laptop so if that is what it is i cant take it out
> very
> easly so any sugestions would be apreceated.
>
> "abacus" wrote:
>
>> Windows Boot Manager - Windows did not start correctly...
>>
>> Status: 0xc00000e9
>>
>> Indo: Windows encountered a problem communicating with a device connected
>> to
>> your computer. This error can be caused by unplygging a removable
>> storage
>> device while the device is in use.
>>
>> Error appears after "Windows is Loading Files" straight after booting
>> from
>> the DVD.
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droid
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Since: Jun 30, 2006
Posts: 111



PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2006 5:14 am    Post subject: Re: Install error: 0xc00000e9 [Login to view extended thread Info.]
Archived from groups: per prev. post (more info?)

I understand this error comes very early in the boot?

It would be best if you detailed every piece of hardware you have exactly.
This can be done easiest by getting this program "PCI" or "PCI32"

http://members.datafast.net.au/~dft0802/downloads.htm

You also need to copy this file:

http://members.datafast.net.au/~dft0802/downloads/pcidevs.txt

To the same location as you have the PCI.exe or PCI32.exe. It has updated
device definitions.

If you still have installer or can install XP on the computer, run the
PCI32.exe like this:
PCI32.exe > devices.txt

now open devices.txt with notepad and copy paste the content here in your
reply.

If you don't have and can't get XP back there, get the DOS version on a disk
or bootable USB stick that uses DOS. Then do PCI.EXE > devices.txt and open
this file where you have Internet access.


You can also try enabling boot logging from the boot menu advanced options
and this would yield a net*.log in root of that drive.

If possible, I also recommend installing the Beta Client on that computer
and submitting a bug including the boot log if you got such made.

"abacus" wrote in message

> Windows Boot Manager - Windows did not start correctly...
>
> Status: 0xc00000e9
>
> Indo: Windows encountered a problem communicating with a device connected
> to
> your computer. This error can be caused by unplygging a removable storage
> device while the device is in use.
>
> Error appears after "Windows is Loading Files" straight after booting from
> the DVD.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2007 9:43 am    Post subject: Re: Install error: 0xc00000e9 [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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LO ÚNICO QUE TIENEN QUE HACER ES PONER SU UNIDAD LECTORA DE DVD's COMO
MAESTRA EN EL IDE QUE ESTE CONECTADO.


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saberius



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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2008 8:00 pm    Post subject: ERROR AL ARRANCAR 0XC00000E9 [Login to view extended thread Info.]

SI TENEIS UN LECTOR DVD SATA, EL PROBLEMA ESTA EN LA BIOS.
TENEIS QUE IR AL APARTADO DE SATA CONFIGURATION Y CAMBIAR EL VALOR DE ENHANCED O DISABLED POR COMPATIBLE, GUARDAR LOS CAMBIOS Y REINICIAR.
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InstantGeek



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PostPosted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:53 am    Post subject: [Login to view extended thread Info.]

There are so many things this could be but the most obvious ones are always the culprits.

I had this happen twice. On two different computers in 2 consecutive days. I had lost my trusty cd wallet with my OS burned copies and had to re-burn a windows 7 and Xp pro disc from iso's stored on my main computer for the computers I was working on. Burned 5 disc's with img burn iso to disc and none of them would work, got this same message slightly into each installation of both OS's. Burned 1 copy with CdburnerXP iso to disc and wallah problem solved.

But this could be anything.

Try to:

-Use good quality, clean dvd & cd discs for burning
-Always burn with the lowest speed available
-Always keep your burning software up to date
- Check both cd rom & hd for being plugged in properly.
- Use other cd-roms and hard drives if possible to test that they are not faulty.

What was my problem?

Likely the software update for img burn went un-noticed which cause everythign not to burn properly or effeciently even after being verified.
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