How to Fix Error 0x0000000A

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Stop error 0x0000000A is a fairly common and annoying bsod error code.  This error generally occurs when Windows crashes to prevent serious damage to your computer.  This error is a good indication that you have major system stability problems that may lead to data loss and system corruption.  That is why it is recommended that you fix Stop error right away.

The first step in fixing the 0x0000000A error is to find out exactly what is causing it.  Follow the recommended fix instructions below.

Automatic Blue Screen Fix Instructions

Step 1.  Click Here to Download and Install Re-Image Repair.  Your computer might have to be in safe mode if this error is constantly occurring every time your computer starts up.

Step 2.  Once Re-Image is installed on your computer, perform a full scan of your system.  This will find not only the cause of your0x0000000A stop error, but anything else that might be wrong with your computer.  i.e.- Viruses, Spyware, Malware, Corrupted files, etc.

Step 3.  After the scan is complete, you will have to register the software to complete the fix.  After registering the software click on fix and restart your computer.  It should now be in full working order.

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Consequences of Error 0x0000000A

  • Affects overall performance of the system and results in poor performance (or no performance) of the Windows Operating System
  • Makes users unable to update applications or download updates
  • Reduces disk or storage space
  • In critical situations it can lead to system crash or total system failure
  • Leads to data loss situations
  • Blue screen errors and system freezing occurs often

Possible Causes of Error 0x0000000A

  • Corrupt Windows Registry
  • Bad or corrupt memory with error correction code problems
  • Bad or faulty RAM
  • Cache errors in the hardware or system processors
  • System bus errors
  • Incompatible or outdated drivers

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Manual Blue Screen Fix Instructions

Make sure that your hardware is compatible

To verify that your hardware is compatible, make sure that it is listed on the latest Windows XP Hardware Compatibility List (HCL). Visit the following Microsoft Web site to view the list:

http://winqual.microsoft.com/HCL/Default.aspx?m=x (http://winqual.microsoft.com/HCL/Default.aspx?m=x)

If your hardware is not listed on the Windows XP HCL, consider obtaining hardware that is listed on the HCL. If you determine that your hardware is compatible, go to the “If your hardware is compatible, look for other hardware issues” section.

For more information, see the “Check System Compatibility” topic on the Windows XP installation CD or DVD to learn about potential software and hardware incompatibility.

If your hardware is compatible, look for other hardware issues

This section provides seven methods that you can use to troubleshoot and to isolate the issue by examining the hardware for potential problems.

WarningThis article contains steps that may involve changing the BIOS or CMOS settings, or that may require you to make physical changes to your computer hardware. Incorrect changes to the BIOS of your computer can cause serious problems. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems that are caused by changes to the BIOS can be resolved. Change the BIOS settings at your own risk. If you want help with any of these steps, contact the hardware manufacturer. Making hardware or BIOS changes to your computer may invalidate your warranty. If you do not want to make hardware changes to your computer, take your computer to a repair center.

Prerequisite

Make sure that you have the Windows XP installation CD or DVD available. The following methods require you to use the Windows XP installation CD or DVD to start the computer.

Suggested materials

Before you start the troubleshooting steps, you may want to have the following available:

  • Support documentation for any added hardware, adapters, or devices
  • Contact information for any added hardware, adapter, or device manufacturers

Method 1: Specify the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL)

Use this method first to try to resolve the Stop error message.

  1. During the installation startup, press F5 when the “Setup is inspecting your computer’s hardware configuration” message is displayed.
  2. When you are prompted, make sure that you specify the correct computer type and Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL). For example, if you have a single processor, specify the “Standard PC” HAL.
  3. Try to reinstall Windows XP.
    • If this resolves the Stop error message and you successfully install Windows XP, you are finished.
    • If this does not resolve the Stop error message, go to method 2.

Method 2: Turn off features in CMOS settings

Use this method when method 1 does not resolve the Stop error message.

  1. Turn off all the following features in the CMOS settings of your computer. For instructions, see the hardware documentation or contact the manufacturer.
    • All caching, including L2, BIOS, internal/external, and writeback caching on disk controllers
    • All shadowing
    • Plug and Play
    • Any BIOS-based virus protection feature
  2. Try to reinstall Windows XP.
    • If this resolves the Stop error message, go to step c.
    • If this does not resolve the Stop error message, go to method 3.
  3. Try to isolate which feature is causing the error. To do this, re-enable each of these features one at a time, and then restart your computer after you re-enable each feature.
  4. If you identify a problem feature, disable or remove it and contact the manufacturer to try to resolve the issue.

    If this does not isolate a problem with a CMOS setting, but this does resolve the Stop error message and you can start your computer normally, it may be that a setting was preventing the installation. If this is the case, turn on the setting after you install Windows XP, you are finished.

Method 3: Check the computer RAM

Use this method when method 2 does not resolve the Stop error message. If you need help performing any of the following steps, see the hardware documentation.

  1. Remove any mismatched memory SIMMs (the RAM) so that all the SIMMs operate at the same speed. For example, 60 nanoseconds (ns) or 70 ns.
  2. Run a systems test on the memory, and remove any bad SIMMs.
  3. Test by using different SIMMs if any are available.
  4. Try to reinstall Windows XP.
    • If this resolves the Stop error message and you successfully install Windows XP, you are finished.
    • If this does not resolve the Stop error message, go to method 4.

Method 4: Remove any adapters and disconnect any hardware devices

Use this method when method 3 does not resolve the Stop error message.

  1. Remove all adapters and disconnect all hardware devices that are not required to start the computer or to install Windows. This includes the following adapters and devices:
    • SCSI devices
    • IDE devices
    • Network adapter
    • Internal modem
    • Sound card
    • Extra hard disks (you have to have at least one to complete the installation)
    • CD drive or DVD drive (if you are installing from the local hard disk)
  2. Try to reinstall Windows XP.
    • If this resolves the Stop error message, continue to step c.
    • If this does not resolve the Stop error message, go to method 5.
  3. Try to isolate which adapter or hardware device is causing the error. After you reinstall Windows XP, reconnect each adapter or hardware device one at a time. Restart your computer after you reconnect each.
  4. If this isolates a problem with hardware, disconnect the adapter or device and contact the vendor to try to resolve the issue.

    If this does not isolate a problem with hardware, but this does resolve the Stop error message and you can start your computer normally, it may be that some hardware was preventing the installation. If this is the case, reconnect the hardware after you install Windows XP, and then you are finished.

Method 5: Update SCSI drivers and remove any SCSI devices

Use this method when method 4 does not resolve the Stop error message. If you need help performing any of the following steps, see the hardware documentation.

  1. Obtain the latest Windows driver from the adapter vendor.
  2. Turn off sync negotiation on the SCSI controller.
  3. Verify that termination and IDs of the SCSI devices are correct.
  4. Remove all SCSI devices from the SCSI chain (except for one hard disk if you are starting from or installing to a drive that is located on that disk).
  5. Try to reinstall Windows XP.
    • If this resolves the Stop error message, continue to step f.
    • If this does not resolve the Stop error message, go to method 6.
  6. Try to isolate which SCSI device is causing the error. After you reinstall Windows XP, reconnect each SCSI device one at a time. Restart your computer after you reconnect each.
  7. If this isolates a problem with a device, disconnect the SCSI device and contact the vendor to try to resolve the issue.

    If this does not isolate a problem with a SCSI device, but this does resolve the Stop error message and you can start your computer normally, it may be that a device was preventing the installation. If this is the case, reconnect the device after you install Windows XP, and then you are finished.

Method 6: Redefine IDE settings and remove any IDE devices

Use this method when method 5 does not resolve the Stop error message. If you need help performing any of the following steps, see the hardware documentation.

  1. Define the on-board IDE port to Primary only.
  2. Verify that the Master/Subordinate/Only settings for the IDE devices are correct.
  3. Remove all IDE devices except for the hard disk.
  4. Try to reinstall Windows XP.
    • If this resolves the Stop error message, continue to step e.
    • If this does not resolve the Stop error message, go to method 7.
  5. Try to isolate which IDE setting or device is causing the error. After you reinstall Windows XP, reconnect each IDE device one at a time. Restart your computer after you reconnect each.
  6. If this isolates a problem setting or device, disable the setting or disconnect the IDE device and contact the vendor to try to resolve the issue.

    If this does not isolate a problem with an IDE setting or device, but this does resolve the Stop error message and you can start your computer normally, it may be that a setting or device was preventing the installation. If this is the case, re-enable the setting or reconnect the device after you install Windows XP, and then you are finished.

Method 7: Check with the manufacturer for known issues

Use this method as a last resort when all other methods to try to isolate and resolve the issue do not work.

  1. Contact the manufacturer of the computer or the motherboard to see whether there are any known issues about running or installing Windows XP. The manufacturer may be able to help with the following steps:
    • Run a diagnostics program on the computer.
    • Upgrade the computer BIOS if that is applicable.
  2. Try to reinstall Windows XP.

Source: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314063

I hope that this tutorial has been very useful in helping you to fix your 0x0000000A Stop error.

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