Winload.exe crash causes BSOD blue screen error in Windows 10

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If you've been using Windows 10 for a long time, there's a high chance you'll find a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) at least once. The reasons behind these fatal crashes vary widely, but in most cases it is faulty system files, damaged system utilities that are responsible. 'Error code - 0xc000000e' is a similar type of error caused by the 'Windows system32 winload.exe' file. In this article, we have discussed very simple solutions to solve this problem.

Start in auto repair mode-

If you are continuously encountering a BSOD problem, you will notice the Auto Repair Mode has appeared automatically.

In case it doesn't appear, strictly follow this set of instructions ~

a. As a first step, turn off your device.

B. When the system is completely off, simply press the power button to turn it back on.

C. After that, when you see that the manufacturer's logo has appeared, that's enough press “Press and hold The power button.

D. So what you need to do is continue 2-3 more times. Finally, the third time, your PC will automatically come to the repair screen on startup.

When your computer starts up, you will be in Auto Repair mode.

Fix: 1 run a startup repair

Typically, performing a startup repair should fix this problem.

1. First, open the Auto Repair screen.

2. Next, to see more options, click on “Advanced options".

3. Next, click on “Solve problems”To start the troubleshooting process.

4. Then, you need to access the "Advanced options".

6. To start the startup repair operation, click the "Initial repair".

Initial Repair will diagnose your device for any type of error and try to fix it. Just wait for this process to finish.

Let your device boot normally.

Fix 2 - Repair the damaged BCD

This problem sometimes occurs because there may be a bad BCD in the system.

1. Access the Auto Repair by simply following the instructions above.

2. Next, you need to click on "Advanced repair".

2. As in the previous solution, click on "Solve problems".

4. Then you need to click on "Advanced options".

5. To open the Window System Symbol, click on "Symbol of the system".

6. Next, select your account.

7. Next, enter your account password in the box.

8. Then click on "Continue".

9. When the terminal appears on the screen, copy paste this code and then press Pay in to fix Master Boot Record.

bootrec / fixmbr

10. To fix startup problems on your device, run this code on your device.

bootrec / fixboot

11. In the last step, rebuilding the boot configuration data involves running this command on the device.

Type this in the terminal and then press the "button"Pay in'.

bootrec / RebuildBcd

When the rebuild is complete, close the terminal.

12. Then click on "Continue".

This should fix the problem on your computer.

Solution 3: Perform a system recovery

System restore might be an option if nothing else works for you.

1. First, open the Auto Repair window.

2. Once displayed on the screen, click on "Advanced options".

2. When "Choose an option" appears on the screen, click "Solve problems".

3. Next, click on “Advanced options".

7. Try to find the 'System recovery'in the' Advanced Options' window.

8. Then click on "System recovery”To start the system recovery process on your computer.

Let System Restore recover your data to the point where everything was normal.

4. As the System Restore window appears, click "next".

5. After choosing the latest restore point from the restore point list, click "next".

6. Click on 'To finish”To finalize the process.

As soon as you click on the “Finish” option, the recovery process will start with the system boot.

This process will restart the device several times. Once done, check if the BSOD problem is occurring again or not.

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