Boot sector is an essential part of loading the Windows in memory due to have a proper execution of tasks. Well, if these sectors get corrupted for some or the other reason then, users will certainly come across this issue while working with the HP Stream 7 Tablet. It will further restrict users to load Windows from loading. Another cause which is known is due to Hard Disk failure which happens unexpectedly. This may be the hard disk issue which has bad sector as well as malware issues which will prevent Windows from loading. Follow below steps explained by HP Support Phone Number technical team to Fix HP Stream 7 Error 0xc000000f.
Steps to Fix HP Stream 7 Error 0xc000000F
Step 1: Connect the OTG Cable carefully to your USB Hub as well as Tablet to power on the USB Hub.
Step 2: Now make sure that you are well connected to the mouse, keyboard as well as recovery USB to Power Hub. As suggested by expert professionals of HP, users are required to turn ON the tablet and boot it directly to BIOS by pressing down the “Power + Volume Down” button simultaneously until Stream 7 shows is displaying the “Startup” menu.
Step 3: Navigate to the “System Configurations” to choose the “Boot” Options by pressing the “F10” button. Set these settings into its default. If “Secure Boot” is disabled then, users need to clear all of the “Secure Boot Keys”.
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Step 4: Load the HP Factory Default Keys to its “Secure Boot” mode and enable the Secure Boot. Also, it needs to be ensured that UEFI boot order has following order given below:
- OS Boot Manager
- USB Diskette
- USB CD/DVD
- Network Adapter
Step 5: Reboot the tablet and return to the “Startup” menu. Press the “Save and exit Boot” options by tapping the F10 key. Your tablet will restart immediately. Now, press the F10 key and hold the ‘Volume Down button” and hit the “Yes” icon as instructed by HP Help professionals.
Step 6: Press the “F9” button and select the “Boot” from the “EFI File” section. Users will be presented with 2 options namely “RECOVERY and the other one is SYSTEM” because they have the USB already connected to Power Hub. Select the “RECOVERY” icon and the “bootmgr.efi” command.
Step 7: Tablet will restart to boot automatically from the USB while starting the Windows Recovery process.
Step 8: When prompted, users need to select the Keyboard Layout to navigate to the “Troubleshoot” icon. Now, reset your PC while working with the arrow keys. If the drive partition or even the boot manager is not damaged, you will be prompt to have a recovery key.
Step 9: Well, if the drive partition or your boot manager is completely damaged, you will come across a Reset button will proceed and then, select “a target operating system”. You will automatically start with the recovery process which will reset the PC. Press the “Yes’ icon and then, choose the “Re-partition” icon. Choose the “Drives” icon and “fully Clean the Drive” option to go ahead with the Reset icon.
Step 10: Tablet will start installing the Windows 8 or 8.1 whichever operating system you will work with
Step 11: Upon completion, a BIOS screen will appear while asking users to clear off the “TPM Keys”. Select the “Yes” icon and a new Key to re-install your operating system in factory default settings.
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