How to Fix Windows 10 Update Errors – 0xc00000e, 0xc00000f, 0xc004f211



Windows update errors can cause major damages to your PC if left unresolved. The current article discusses the resolution of Windows 10 update errors 0xc00000e, 0xc00000f, and 0xc004f211.

What is Windows Error 0xc00000e?

The error code 0xc00000e denotes a hardware failure or a faulty drive configuration on your PC. It can result due to various reasons. This error can occur if the winload.exe file is not accessible or corrupt. It can also result if the boot location for the operating system cannot be located.

How to Fix Windows Error 0xc00000e?

Some of the common methods for resolving Windows error 0xc00000e are as follows:

Method 1: Rebuild Boot Configuration Data (BCD) File

  • Create a bootable CD or USB drive for booting your PC.
  • Boot your PC using the bootable CD or USB drive.
  • You will get a black screen. Press any key to continue.
  • Click on the Next button on the screen that appears.
  • On the next screen, press the “Repair your computer” option on the bottom-left corner.
  • Go to Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Command Prompt.
  • Select the account you want to continue.
  • Provide your password if it is set on your PC.
  • Type the command bootrec/rebuildbcd and press Enter on the keyboard.
  • When the Windows Installation is found, Press Y to boot from the list.
  • Let the process complete.
  • Type bootrec/fixmbr and bootrec/fixboot successively and press Enter after each command.
  • Once the process is complete, reboot your PC normally.

Method 2: Run Windows Startup Repair

  • Follow the same process detailed in Method 1 and click on the “Repair your computer” button.
  • Go to Troubleshoot > Advanced Options >Startup Repair.
  • Windows will start diagnosing your PC automatically.
  • Wait for the process to complete.
  • Once completed, your PC will restart automatically.
  • Check if the error is resolved or not.

What is Windows Error 0xc00000f?

Windows error 0xc00000f is one of the blue screens of death errors you can encounter. It makes it impossible for the operating system to read the boot configuration data. This causes a blue screen with the message indicating the error code. This error is caused by the BCD file becoming corrupt or going missing. This can result due to disk write errors, power outages, boot sector viruses, etc. This error is also caused if the hard drive data cables of the PC become faulty.

How to Fix Windows Error 0xc00000f?

You can try the below-mentioned methods to fix Windows error 0xc00000f:

Method 1: Repair BOOTMGR Using a Bootable USB Drive

  • Restart your PC.
  • Insert a bootable USB drive and boot your PC using it.
  • The Windows Setup screen will load. Press Next on the screen.
  • Click on the “Repair your computer” button.
  • Go to Troubleshoot > Startup Repair
  • Follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Restart your PC once the process is completed.

Method 2: Remove all External Devices

  • Remove all external devices connected to your PC.
  • Remove any external SSDs, HDDs, memory card reader, or USB thumb drives connected to the PC.
  • Reboot your PC after removing all external devices.
  • If your PC boots without any problems, start connecting these devices one by one.
  • You can now identify if the problem was caused by any incompatible external devices connected to the PC.

What is Windows Error 0xc004f211?

Windows error 0xc004f211 is mostly caused by regular changes in the hardware. It is not triggered by minor hardware changes and results only due to major changes.

How to Fix Windows Error 0xc004f211?

You can try the following method for fixing Windows error 0xc004f211:

Method 1: Windows Activation Troubleshooter

  • Open Windows Settings by pressing the Windows key and I simultaneously.
  • Click on “Update & Security” on the following screen.
  • Go to the “Activation” section on the left pane.
  • Navigate to and click on the Troubleshoot link in the right pane. If the troubleshooting option is unavailable, then ensure to activate the OS.
  • When UAC prompts appear on the screen, click on the Yes button.
  • This will detect the problems relating to Windows activation.
  • Once the process is complete, click on the link stating “I changed hardware on this device recently”
  • Sign in to the Microsoft account using your credentials.
  • Select the Activate button.
  • Once the Windows is activated, close the window.
  • Restart your PC after the process is completed. Check if the issue is resolved.
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