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Boot\BCD status 0xc0000225. Error

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I am writing to u because I also have the same problem with my laptop like U. I have a laptop Hp G6, and i just shrinked my disk C after a factory recovery..and later I can´t get in my laptop because the error : File :\Boot\BCD status 0xc0000225. Please could you help me with that? How did u resolve your problem. Many thanks.

please reply me as soon as possible

 

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Press F8 at startup to bring up the WinRE and select "Repair your computer".  At the next menu, open a command prompt and type in the following:

 

bootrec /rebuildbcd

 

and press enter.  if it asks you about windows installations, select "Y" or "A".  after that, you should be able to boot back into windows.

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Dear Sir F8 key not working in startup of the windows

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Dear sir F8 key are not working but I will insert bootable USB and go to the command prompt the enter
bootrec /rebuildbcd

and the screen shows the following msg

X: bootrec /rebuildbcd

Repairs critical disk structures. The follwoing commands are supported:

/FixMbr -- writes the master bootrecord of the system partition using master boot record compatible with Windows 7. this operation does not overwrite the existing partition table.

/FixBoot -- write a new boot sector onto the system partition using the boot sector compatble with Windows7.

/ScanOs -- scan all disks for installtions compatible with Windows and display the entries that are currently not in the boot configuration store.

/RebuildBcd -- scan all disks for instaltions compatible with Windows 7 and allow the urse to choose which to add to the boot configuration store.

 

So what is the next step please inform me

 

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Make sure you have a space between bootrec and /rebuildbcd

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I am sure that I have space between bootrec and /recbuildbcd
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Dear Sir Please solve my problem

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Sorry for the late reply,

 

If it's giving you the available commands, it's not reconizing what you typed. 

 

-make sure you are using forward slash / instead of backslash \

-make sure it is spelled exactly

 

If this still doesn't work, try a differant command such as   bootrec /fixboot   to see if it is simply not reconizing the commands

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Dear Sir  actualy I have Hp g6 Notebook PC

System ID            1695

Product ID            QEO58UAR#ABA

Serial Number     {Removed for privacy}

and Install Windows is Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)

Dear sir i have created recovery DVD disk and shrink Drive C Now what can I do for  these problem please gave me the solution.

When i press F11 or inster Recovery DVD the show on the screen is:

 

Status:           0xc000000

Infi:                The boot selection failed because required device is inccessible,

 

please gaive the solution as soon as possible.

 

Regards

 

 

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Press F2 at startup and select the hard drive test.  You will need to test the hard drive to make sure it's not a HDD failure.

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