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0xc00000098 ERROR Windows 7

This is a discussion on 0xc00000098 ERROR Windows 7 within the Windows 7 Support forums, part of the Microsoft Support category; I tried to google it but couldnt' find anything system repair is not working i guess either my dvd has ...

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    Default 0xc00000098 ERROR Windows 7

    I tried to google it but couldnt' find anything system repair is not working i guess either my dvd has worn out as it says could not copy all files.

    I have the recent backup of the windows image too but the thing is i don't know how to use it to refix things.
    Can anyone help me with this, i'm booting system with linux.


    Thanks in advance.

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    Reboot, start tapping F8 until you get a black screen. Repair your Computer, keyboard, login and choose command prompt. type chkdsk /F /R

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    The reason that you are getting this error is because the Windows Boot Manager (Bootmgr) entry is not present in the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store or that the Boot\BCD file on the active partition is damaged or missing.

    That is why you are now getting the "NoOSInstalled under signature 07" message after trying the Start-up Repair option as suggested by tf76.

    To rectify your problem you can rebuild the BCD store using the Bootrec.exe tool in the Windows Recovery Environment.

    Do this by following these steps:

    1. Re-start the computer, pressing the F8 key at the same time (Windows Recovery Console is part of Win 7 installation, no need to use your installation DVD).

    2. Select "Repair Your Computer" from the screen that appears. Windows loads the necessary files.Click NEXT

    3. Select a language and a keyboard on the screen that appears and then click Next.(Windows will now search for installed operating systems, if you only have one, Win 7, it will be selected otherwise Click the operating system that you want to repair).Click NEXT.

    4. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.

    5. Type Bootrec /RebuildBcd and ENTER.

    6. If Bootrec.exe runs successfully, you will see the installation path of the Windows directory. To add the entry to the BCD store, type Yes. A confirmation message appears that indicates the entry was added successfully.

    7. If Bootrec.exe does not find any missing Windows installations, you must remove the BCD store, and then you must re-create it.Do this by typing the following commands.


    Bcdedit /export C:\BCD_Backup - press ENTER

    ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old - ENTER

    Bootrec /rebuildbcd - ENTER

    8. Restart the computer and you should be good to go.

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    even if i choose recovery mode it'll still say the same windows/system32/drivers/a5028e08ff6364a1.sys file missing
    This is a driver file but i can't find any thing related to this file on google even i don't know what kind of driver is it,
    Is there any way possible i can download this file and paste it in my computer.

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    that doesn't really look like a legitimate driver file name. What happened before this? Did you run software like Malwarebytes without being in safe mode?

    You could try the advice mentioned above but from a Windows disc instead of the built-in recovery environment (which seems to be corrupt).

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    even i'm facing the prob

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    yup i did run some antivirus scans and really don't know what actually corrupted the system files anyways i finally got it done.
    First, Dark Demon was right the problem was with the boot entries which was not letting me reach the repair mode.
    Second, I didn't gone for the command prompt mode but just used a system restore point of 1st july.
    now i realized importance of system backups.
    THanks for your support everybody

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