Windows 10: BSOD Error Code 0xc0000034 on Windows 10

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  1. axe0's Avatar
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       06 Jan 2017 #11

    SoFine409 said: View Post
    I hope the message is referencing the USB stick and not the HDD. I think the USB may not be bootable. Go to the MS site and use the media creation tool to make the USB installation stick. See the tutorial referenced in my previous post. That is the best approach to ensure the stick is bootable.
    The diagnostics test is referring to the hard drive, it will need to be replaced.
    It isn't the USB, because then the diagnostics test would refer to the USB ports.
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  2.    06 Jan 2017 #12

    axe0 said: View Post
    The diagnostics test is referring to the hard drive, it will need to be replaced.
    It isn't the USB, because then the diagnostics test would refer to the USB ports.
    Thanks axe0. I was afraid of that. The OP did say that he had dropped the laptop in his first post but I was hoping for a better result.
    Bob
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  3. axe0's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       06 Jan 2017 #13

    Dropping a laptop may result in any kind of damage, it depends on how it hits the ground.
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  4.    06 Jan 2017 #14

    Hi Alicat. If you've read Axe0's you see that your HDD has failed. Very sorry. If your looking for a new one, Dell has reconditioned ones on their web site. Many times corporate users buy large orders and then they return some that they don't use. Often they have never been opened. Dell sells them as reconditioned with a new warranty. You might want to check that out.
    Bob
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  5.    06 Jan 2017 #15

    SoFine409 said: View Post
    Hi Alicat. Please take the following steps. Read through these sets and either have them available on your backup laptop or print them out.

    1. Boot to the USB stick and get to the Advanced Repair Options using the following instructions for Option 5, Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Windows 10 Installation USB or DVD https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...dows-10-a.html

    2. Click the “Repair your Computer” link at the bottom left corner.

    3. On the next screen select “Troubleshoot”

    4. On the next screen select “Advanced options”

    5. On the next screen select “Startup Repair”

    6. After this repair runs, it shouldn’t take long, restart your laptop and hold down F2 and change the boot device back to the internal HDD. Save the changes (F10, probably), remove the USB and let the laptop reboot. If this doesn’t work continue on.

    7. Restart, go back to the BIOS and get to the Advanced Repair menu where we just tried “Startup Repair” but this time select “Command Prompt.”

    8. In the window enter the following commands one at a time hitting RETURN key after each on. Be sure you have a space between bootrec and “/”
    bootrec /fixmbr
    bootrec /fix boot
    bootrec /scanos
    bootrec /rebuild

    9. Note any error message that you might get then type exit. Reboot the laptop, enter the BIOS with F2 and change the first boot device back to the internal HDD, save changes and reboot.

    If the HDD is OK you should be back in business. I need to run an errand now but Ill check back in to see how thing went.
    I just get a blank blue screen when I click repair your computer.
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  6.    06 Jan 2017 #16

    SoFine409 said: View Post
    Hi Alicat. If you've read Axe0's you see that your HDD has failed. Very sorry. If your looking for a new one, Dell has reconditioned ones on their web site. Many times corporate users buy large orders and then they return some that they don't use. Often they have never been opened. Dell sells them as reconditioned with a new warranty. You might want to check that out.
    Bob
    Oh... Actually it so happens I have already ordered a desktop computer. I was hoping I could fix my netbook so I could save my data and use it when I am traveling. I can't afford another laptop or costly repairs now though.
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  7. axe0's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       06 Jan 2017 #17

    A new hdd/ssd costs these days not even $100 and takes not much time to replace with the failing one, if you watch a video about replacing the hdd for your laptop.
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  8.    06 Jan 2017 #18

    axe0 said: View Post
    A new hdd/ssd costs these days not even $100 and takes not much time to replace with the failing one, if you watch a video about replacing the hdd for your laptop.
    Oh cuz a month ago I asked a repair shop about speeding up my netbook and he said it would be $200 to put a faster hard drive in. Well...How do I know which hard driver or ssd ( I don't know what that is) to choose? Do they all fit in every computer or do I have to look for certain ones?
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  9. axe0's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       07 Jan 2017 #19

    A repair shop will always ask for more money than when doing it yourself, the price doesn't only include the replacement itself. There is a lot more looking at why the price is higher.


    SSD stands for Solid State Drive, it uses a different technology for the storage providing 2 advantages compared to a HDD
    - Faster
    - When the laptop falls, there is a very small chance that the SSD damages.
    Due to the way SSDs store data, they are better resistant against shocks from dropping a laptop.

    You can download a tool from manufacturers like Crucial, Samsung and many more to identify what SSD fits in your laptop.
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