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Laptop unable to start, error 0xc0000034 RRS feed

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  • Hello,

    I've encountered the following problem: the Windows 8.1 in my samsung laptop is unable to start (error 0xc0000034) even after CHKDSK command

    echo list volume yielded following results:

    volume 0 (LTR) C  (Fs) RAW (type) partition 91 GB etc

    everything else was ok (in either NTFS or FAT32).  The DHKDSK C: /F  /X   command says the file system is NTFS. Is it safe to use BOOTREC commands? winhelp.us warned not to proceed if any of the volumes is listed as RAW.

    then back to the dhkdsk: stages 1 and 2 go smoothly. Stage 3 stops right away "INSUFFICIENT DISK SPACE TO FIX THE SECURITY DESCRIPTOR DATA STREAM"  as well as "INSUFFICIENT DISK SPACE TO FIX THE LOG FILE"

    any ideas what i could do?

    I was unable to reset the Computer since some necessary files were locked

    Yoiurs,

    Pete

    Tuesday, June 23, 2015 1:08 PM