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HP Notebook - 15 - AY008NI
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Hello, 

 

I have a HP Intel Celeron Notebook 15-AY008NI that I bought for which I bought today.

 

If I switch the laotop on it will power on, but a blue screen appears that says:

 

Recevry

Your PC/Device needs to be Repaired

 

A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed.

 

Error code 0xc0000225

 

 

I can't get past this screen to do any kind of file repair.  I hold down the ESC key during power-on, and can get to the boot menu.  I press F11  and I end up back at the PC needs to be repaired screen.  

 

I can't past this screen.  It goes on a continual loop.  

 

Please help!

 

Thanks

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Hi


@Ashlions wrote:

Hello, 

 

I have a HP Intel Celeron Notebook 15-AY008NI that I bought for which I bought today.

 

If I switch the laotop on it will power on, but a blue screen appears that says:

 

Recevry

Your PC/Device needs to be Repaired

 

A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed.

 

Error code 0xc0000225

 

 

I can't get past this screen to do any kind of file repair.  I hold down the ESC key during power-on, and can get to the boot menu.  I press F11  and I end up back at the PC needs to be repaired screen.  

 

I can't past this screen.  It goes on a continual loop.  

 

Please help!

 

Thanks


Hi,

 

Try booting up your computer then immediately tap away esc button then select Troubleshoot then follow the steps if you can.

 

Trouble Shoot -> Advanced Options -> Command Prompt

 

-Enter the commands below then press enter. Example: Type Bootrec /scanos then press enter

             CMD> bootrec /scanos
            CMD> bootrec /rebuildbcd
            CMD> bootrec /fixmbr
            CMD> bootrec /fixboot

 

 Reboot.

 

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Hi thank you, but it doesnt even give an option to reboot when i switch it on. Its going straight to the screen for recovery which i shown on my initial message.

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@Ashlions wrote:

Hi thank you, but it doesnt even give an option to reboot when i switch it on. Its going straight to the screen for recovery which i shown on my initial message.


Hi,

 

It should give you the option to boot to the right option :) You just need the right timing :)..

 

Turn off your computer completely by pressing and holding the power button down for 5 seconds until the computer shuts off completely.

 

Turn it back on IMMEDIATELY after 1 second keep on tapping ESC key until Start Menu pops open then follow the steps I provided earlier. To boot to Troubleshoot press F11.

 

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