How to fix BSOD error code 0x0000001 on Windows 8.1



  • BSOD error code 0x0000001 is a very big problem that shows up on the screen when the computer is turned off. This problem creates a problem in the system booting time. During this problem the system is unable to find our important files, to save your computer from more risk, we should solve this problem immediately. For this we have many ways we can restore the system. This can also solve our problem. How to fix BSOD error code 0x0000001 on Windows 8.1 This is a huge issue that creates problems for the user. To solve this problem, we have many methods like system restore, boot startup repair etc. We can get rid of this problem very quickly by using.



  • Method-1: System Restore.
    The first to repair the boot error Error code: 0x0000001, is to try to restore your computer to a previous working state. To do that:

    1. Boot your computer from the Windows installation media.
    2. Press Next at Language options screen.
    3. Choose Repair your computer.
    4. Choose Troubleshoot -> Advanced Options –> System Restore.
    5. Follow the onscreen instructions and restore your computer to an earlier point.

    Method-2. Repair the Boot Configuration Data (BCD).
    The second method to fix the "Your PC needs to be repaired, Error 0x0000001", is to repair the BCD. For that task, follow the instructions below according your OS and your system architecture (UEFI or Legacy).

    1. Boot your computer from the Windows recovery media.
    2. Press Next at Language options screen.
    3. Choose Repair your computer.
    4. Then choose Troubleshoot -> Advanced Options –> Command Prompt.
    5. In command prompt type: diskpart & press Enter.
    6. In “DISKPART” prompt, type: list volume & press Enter.
    7. Now find out the Volume number of the FAT32 * partition and the drive letter of the OS volume.
    8. Now select the System Volume, by typing select volume 1 & press Enter.
    9. Then assign the drive letter “Z” at the selected volume by typing assign letter=Z & press Enter.
    10. Type exit & press Enter, to close DISKPART utility.
    11. At command prompt type: bcdboot D:\windows /s Z: /f ALL & press Enter to fix the BCD.
    12. Type exit & press Enter to close command prompt.
    13. Remove the Windows installation media and Restart your PC.

    Hope this helps you out.
    Regards,
    Jake.


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