0xc00000e9

Posted: 06-20-2006, 04:58 PM
This error occured when I tried to install windows Vista, is there any advice
on what to do. I've tried to remove any external objects but the error still
occurs.

0xc00000e9


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droid
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Re: 0xc00000e9
Posted: 06-20-2006, 10:13 PM
Now that I've gone through the messages again, I understand this error comes
very early in the boot?

It would be best if you detailed every piece of hardware you have exactly.
This can be done easiest by getting this program "PCI" or "PCI32"

http://members.datafast.net.au/~dft0802/downloads.htm

You also need to copy this file:

http://members.datafast.net.au/~dft0...ds/pcidevs.txt

To the same location as you have the PCI.exe or PCI32.exe. It has updated
device definitions.

If you still have installer or can install XP on the computer, run the
PCI32.exe like this:
PCI32.exe > devices.txt

now open devices.txt with notepad and copy paste the content here in your
reply.

If you don't have and can't get XP back there, get the DOS version on a disk
or bootable USB stick that uses DOS. Then do PCI.EXE > devices.txt and open
this file where you have Internet access.


You can also try enabling boot logging from the boot menu advanced options
and this would yield a net*.log in root of that drive.

If possible, I also recommend installing the Beta Client on that computer
and submitting a bug including the boot log if you got such made.



"game.freaks" <gamefreaks@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:7189BC31-C9DA-4ACC-A60B-98ED89506DD7@microsoft.com...
> This error occured when I tried to install windows Vista, is there any
> advice
> on what to do. I've tried to remove any external objects but the error
> still
> occurs.
Peter M
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Re: 0xc00000e9
Posted: 06-20-2006, 11:31 PM
Some are getting this from a bad burn of the iso or a corrupt downloaded iso
image.
..

"game.freaks" <gamefreaks@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:7189BC31-C9DA-4ACC-A60B-98ED89506DD7@microsoft.com...
> This error occured when I tried to install windows Vista, is there any
> advice
> on what to do. I've tried to remove any external objects but the error
> still
> occurs.
rob93635
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Re: 0xc00000e9
Posted: 09-21-2006, 02:54 AM
I have the exact same problem. I redownloaded and re burned it and it will
not boot still. I have a amd 64 3200, 1.5gb ram, geforce6600. I tried
unplugging everything, inclucing my video card and sound card and all usb
drives. Nothing works. I need help.

"Peter M" wrote:
> Some are getting this from a bad burn of the iso or a corrupt downloaded iso
> image.
> ..
>
> "game.freaks" <gamefreaks@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:7189BC31-C9DA-4ACC-A60B-98ED89506DD7@microsoft.com...
> > This error occured when I tried to install windows Vista, is there any
> > advice
> > on what to do. I've tried to remove any external objects but the error
> > still
> > occurs.
>
>
Dennis Pack
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Re: 0xc00000e9
Posted: 09-21-2006, 03:37 AM
rob93635:
From what I'm seeing there are many different file sizes being
listed for
the Vista RC1 image and many problems installing from the DVD. The correct
size for the downloaded image for RC1 5600 x86 is 2,646,272KB and RC1 x64 is
3,765,476KB. To verify that the download is correct the Signatures of the
ISO files are:
32-Bit
MD5 hash: 22486e815a38feffd9667317dfeec55a
SHA1 hash: e00b4ebbc81fb420cf047973b95a9cfb7cdf51b7
64-Bit
MD5 hash: f3a385aae6e4dea9226e31d9f1148b56
SHA1 hash: 8e4de7a72c828a3543ff1663243eb0836da07eea
The program to check the MD5 checksum is available at
http://www.whitsoftdev.com/md5/ It's very important to verify the download
before wasting time burning the image to a DVD.
The instructions for burning the image from
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvist...y/preview.mspx are:
Here's a summary of how to download, burn, and install Windows Vista RC1:
1. Download the ISO image file from the location indicated in the e-mail
message you receive after registering, and save the file to your hard disk.
(If the download ends prematurely, you can resume the download process from
where you left off using the Download Manager.)
2. Using a DVD burner and software, burn the ISO image of Windows Vista RC1
to a new blank DVD. We recommend burning at the lowest speed supported by
your DVD burner (1X or 2X) to ensure the highest quality. Most DVD-burning
software will recognize an ISO file. If your software does not automatically
recognize this format, refer to the software's Help file for instructions.
3. Insert the DVD on which you burned the software into the DVD drive of the
computer on which you want to install Windows Vista RC1.
4. The installation process should start automatically. If it does not, run
Setup from the DVD to begin the installation, and follow the step-by-step
instructions that appear on the screen.

"rob93635" <rob93635@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:B4CF8419-99FD-4F72-A339-EE318A32B81E@microsoft.com...
>I have the exact same problem. I redownloaded and re burned it and it will
> not boot still. I have a amd 64 3200, 1.5gb ram, geforce6600. I tried
> unplugging everything, inclucing my video card and sound card and all usb
> drives. Nothing works. I need help.
>
> "Peter M" wrote:
>
>> Some are getting this from a bad burn of the iso or a corrupt downloaded
>> iso
>> image.
>> ..
>>
>> "game.freaks" <gamefreaks@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:7189BC31-C9DA-4ACC-A60B-98ED89506DD7@microsoft.com...
>> > This error occured when I tried to install windows Vista, is there any
>> > advice
>> > on what to do. I've tried to remove any external objects but the error
>> > still
>> > occurs.
>>
>>
Winni
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Re: 0xc00000e9
Posted: 10-16-2006, 12:45 PM
Hi,
i had the same message "problem with device connected.. status: 0xC00000e9"
- the 32 bit program could not be installed on different computers. I checked
the downloadsize and found out, the size was only 2.582.864 KB instead of
2.646.272 KB.
I will try to download again.

"Dennis Pack" wrote:
> rob93635:
> From what I'm seeing there are many different file sizes being
> listed for
> the Vista RC1 image and many problems installing from the DVD. The correct
> size for the downloaded image for RC1 5600 x86 is 2,646,272KB and RC1 x64 is
> 3,765,476KB. To verify that the download is correct the Signatures of the
> ISO files are:
> 32-Bit
> MD5 hash: 22486e815a38feffd9667317dfeec55a
> SHA1 hash: e00b4ebbc81fb420cf047973b95a9cfb7cdf51b7
> 64-Bit
> MD5 hash: f3a385aae6e4dea9226e31d9f1148b56
> SHA1 hash: 8e4de7a72c828a3543ff1663243eb0836da07eea
> The program to check the MD5 checksum is available at
> http://www.whitsoftdev.com/md5/ It's very important to verify the download
> before wasting time burning the image to a DVD.
> The instructions for burning the image from
> http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvist...y/preview.mspx are:
> Here's a summary of how to download, burn, and install Windows Vista RC1:
> 1. Download the ISO image file from the location indicated in the e-mail
> message you receive after registering, and save the file to your hard disk.
> (If the download ends prematurely, you can resume the download process from
> where you left off using the Download Manager.)
> 2. Using a DVD burner and software, burn the ISO image of Windows Vista RC1
> to a new blank DVD. We recommend burning at the lowest speed supported by
> your DVD burner (1X or 2X) to ensure the highest quality. Most DVD-burning
> software will recognize an ISO file. If your software does not automatically
> recognize this format, refer to the software's Help file for instructions.
> 3. Insert the DVD on which you burned the software into the DVD drive of the
> computer on which you want to install Windows Vista RC1.
> 4. The installation process should start automatically. If it does not, run
> Setup from the DVD to begin the installation, and follow the step-by-step
> instructions that appear on the screen.
>
> "rob93635" <rob93635@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:B4CF8419-99FD-4F72-A339-EE318A32B81E@microsoft.com...
> >I have the exact same problem. I redownloaded and re burned it and it will
> > not boot still. I have a amd 64 3200, 1.5gb ram, geforce6600. I tried
> > unplugging everything, inclucing my video card and sound card and all usb
> > drives. Nothing works. I need help.
> >
> > "Peter M" wrote:
> >
> >> Some are getting this from a bad burn of the iso or a corrupt downloaded
> >> iso
> >> image.
> >> ..
> >>
> >> "game.freaks" <gamefreaks@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:7189BC31-C9DA-4ACC-A60B-98ED89506DD7@microsoft.com...
> >> > This error occured when I tried to install windows Vista, is there any
> >> > advice
> >> > on what to do. I've tried to remove any external objects but the error
> >> > still
> >> > occurs.
> >>
> >>
>
>
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Re: 0xc00000e9
Posted: 10-16-2006, 07:01 PM

"Winni" <Winni@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:6540FAA4-8B76-437A-B1A7-226000F6B2C0@microsoft.com...
I have the same problems,but I think that it isn't can't be solved by
redownloading. I've downloaded and burned ISO image and iI used this DVD to
install Vista on my notebook, but later I tried to Install on my desktop
machine and recived 0xc00000e9

> Hi,
> i had the same message "problem with device connected.. status:
> 0xC00000e9"
> - the 32 bit program could not be installed on different computers. I
> checked
> the downloadsize and found out, the size was only 2.582.864 KB instead of
> 2.646.272 KB.
> I will try to download again.
>
> "Dennis Pack" wrote:
>
>> rob93635:
>> From what I'm seeing there are many different file sizes
>> being
>> listed for
>> the Vista RC1 image and many problems installing from the DVD. The
>> correct
>> size for the downloaded image for RC1 5600 x86 is 2,646,272KB and RC1 x64
>> is
>> 3,765,476KB. To verify that the download is correct the Signatures of the
>> ISO files are:
>> 32-Bit
>> MD5 hash: 22486e815a38feffd9667317dfeec55a
>> SHA1 hash: e00b4ebbc81fb420cf047973b95a9cfb7cdf51b7
>> 64-Bit
>> MD5 hash: f3a385aae6e4dea9226e31d9f1148b56
>> SHA1 hash: 8e4de7a72c828a3543ff1663243eb0836da07eea
>> The program to check the MD5 checksum is available at
>> http://www.whitsoftdev.com/md5/ It's very important to verify the
>> download
>> before wasting time burning the image to a DVD.
>> The instructions for burning the image from
>> http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvist...y/preview.mspx are:
>> Here's a summary of how to download, burn, and install Windows Vista RC1:
>> 1. Download the ISO image file from the location indicated in the e-mail
>> message you receive after registering, and save the file to your hard
>> disk.
>> (If the download ends prematurely, you can resume the download process
>> from
>> where you left off using the Download Manager.)
>> 2. Using a DVD burner and software, burn the ISO image of Windows Vista
>> RC1
>> to a new blank DVD. We recommend burning at the lowest speed supported by
>> your DVD burner (1X or 2X) to ensure the highest quality. Most
>> DVD-burning
>> software will recognize an ISO file. If your software does not
>> automatically
>> recognize this format, refer to the software's Help file for
>> instructions.
>> 3. Insert the DVD on which you burned the software into the DVD drive of
>> the
>> computer on which you want to install Windows Vista RC1.
>> 4. The installation process should start automatically. If it does not,
>> run
>> Setup from the DVD to begin the installation, and follow the step-by-step
>> instructions that appear on the screen.
>>
>> "rob93635" <rob93635@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:B4CF8419-99FD-4F72-A339-EE318A32B81E@microsoft.com...
>> >I have the exact same problem. I redownloaded and re burned it and it
>> >will
>> > not boot still. I have a amd 64 3200, 1.5gb ram, geforce6600. I tried
>> > unplugging everything, inclucing my video card and sound card and all
>> > usb
>> > drives. Nothing works. I need help.
>> >
>> > "Peter M" wrote:
>> >
>> >> Some are getting this from a bad burn of the iso or a corrupt
>> >> downloaded
>> >> iso
>> >> image.
>> >> ..
>> >>
>> >> "game.freaks" <gamefreaks@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:7189BC31-C9DA-4ACC-A60B-98ED89506DD7@microsoft.com...
>> >> > This error occured when I tried to install windows Vista, is there
>> >> > any
>> >> > advice
>> >> > on what to do. I've tried to remove any external objects but the
>> >> > error
>> >> > still
>> >> > occurs.
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
 
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