Windows 10: Multi-boot Win 10 raid 0 SSD Win 8.1, 7 Vista Error 0xc000000e

  1.    28 Mar 2017 #1

    Error 0xc000000e - Multi-boot Win 10 SSD Win 8.1, 7 Vista

    I have a multi boot system. My main new install is win 10 uefi/gpt Raid 0. I still have my previous installs of Win 10, 8.1, 7, Vista on 2 separate SSD's, in MBR
    I am using the Win 10 boot manager. Win 8.1 and vista boot fine. With the Win 10 (not raid 0 ver) I get the boot error \Windows\system32\winload.exe error 0xc000000e.
    I have booted to 2 USB stick versions of win 10(one uefi gpt, other mbr) to attempt startup repair. I do not get a list of OS's to select for repair. I think that is because the main Win 10 raid 0 is GPT not MBR.
    I seem to remember that if I copy a couple files from a working OS to anther it fixes this problem. I might be wrong.
    Any suggestions to get the non raid versions of win10 to boot? (we'll work on 7 later)
    Last edited by KLund1; 01 Apr 2017 at 22:21.
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