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A required device is not connected or cannot be accessed windows 7

A required device is not connected or cannot be accessed windows 7

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Есть новый ноут Asus X550CC с Free DOS. Хочу на него поставить Windows 7 с флешки. А он выдает ошибку 0xc00000f a required device isn’t connected or can’t be accessed.
В BIOS выбрана загрузка с флешки. Как я поняла, погуглив, проблема в EUFI, который надо поменять на CSM. Но я там такого не нашла в настройках. В Boot Option можно выбрать UEFI: JetFlash Transcend 8GB или просто JetFlash Transcend 8GB, только это ничего не меняет.
BIOS American Megatrends 217.
Что делать-то?

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А опция с названием типа Secure Boot там есть? Если да, ее нужно выключить.
Вообще фотку соответствующего раздела биоса было бы неплохо посмотреть.

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Поиск выдаёт такое — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcmZhWVn4Ac
Сам не смотрел, но отзывы в комментах вроде как положительные.

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Фотки (извините за плохое качество):

Boot

Security

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Здесь нет, утром по-быстрому сфоткала, некогда было вставлять. С флешкой, как я выше писала:

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В общем, установила винду с диска, проблем не было. Почему с флешки не устанавливалось — так и не поняла.

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A required device isn’t connected or can’t be accessed once again.

I have a dual-boot system with Windows 7 and Windows 8. Last month I had one of my four disk drives fail. Neither Windows 7 nor Windows 8 was on this particular drive, thankfully. I replaced the drive with an SSD.

Windows 7 — which I use for my daily work — was quite happy with this change. But the first time I attempted to boot into Windows 8, I got the error message in the title along with error code 0xc000000e. This was quite a nasty surprise. I used my Windows 8 Pro installation DVD to do a repair, which did not fix the problem.

Looking in this forum (among other places), I found this is a well-known problem. I tried some of the suggested fixes using a command window during the boot:

bootrec /fixmbr
bootrec /fixboot
bootrec /rebuildbcd

This did something that allowed me to successfully boot into Windows 8, but only after staring at a blank screen for about 5 minutes, followed by another 5 minute wait looking at the Windows 8 logo. After downloading some Windows 8 updates, I rebooted — only to encounter the original error message again. Back to the boot command window, I repeated the first set of bootrec commands with no luck. I then tried another suggested fix:

bootrec /scanos
bootrec /rebuildbcd
bootrec /fixmbr
bootrec /fixboot

No success here either. I seem to be stuck. I could reinstall Windows 8, but it would be a real pain in the neck to update it and reinstall all the applications I use. There has to be a fix to this problem somewhere.

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Go to a working computer and create a bootable disc or USB thumb drive:

Boot from the Windows 8 DVD

a) At the Install Now screen

b) Click Repair your computer

f) Follow the on screen instructions

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Leo, I have an OEM version of Windows 8. Windows8-Setup.exe rejects my product key.

Also, I’m a bit confused. Would a new bootable version of Windows 8 (the one created by Windows8-Setup) have different repair tools than the version on my Windows 8 installation DVD? I don’t see «Startup repair» as an option when trying to repair from my DVD.

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In Windows 8, Startup Repair is known as Automatic Repair. I would suggest you to try the following methods and check if it works for you.

Method 1:
Perform Automatic Repair and check if the issue persists.

Method 2:
If Automatic Repair did not help, then I would suggest you to perform System Restore and check if it helps. Restore top a date before the issue started.

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I just hit this same issue. But, had little bit different behavior. In short, I mounted ISO to install an application. But, installation indicated that I had reboot pending. So, I rebooted and received the exact error message mentioned.

But, on the reboot nothing was working on this screen. What I mean is that my keyboard was not recognized. I used Bluetooth, so tried USB in all (10+ ports). Same result.

So, I unplugged ALL my drives and got boot error. But, my Bluetooth keyboard started to work again. So, I plugged ONLY my primary SSD drive in, and the system booted without any errors after finishing updates. I shut my computer down again, and plugged other drives in, and everything was back to normal.

I have hit similar issue before when initially installing Windows 8. I had too many devices connected, so the installer got completely confused. That is what drove me to unplug the drives.

But, after thinking about this the ISO was mounted from one of the disks. Not sure if that matters, and its drive letter was lower than the disk that it was on.

I don’t want to end up here again, so not going to try it again. Thought to share in case someone else happens to hit this. I never did the repair!

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I once again attempted to boot into Windows 8 to do end-of-month work. It failed with the usual problems — missing hardware or missing / corrupted boot file.

HeikkRi’s post got me thinking about hardware issues. I have tons of USB devices connected to my machine — I need three USB hubs just to connect all of them. I disconnected most of the USB devices (a pain in the neck), and Windows 8 booted just fine. I did my end-of-month work, installed Windows 8 updates, and rebooted two more times without any problems.

As a final test, I hooked up all my USB devices and attempted a final boot into Windows 8. It failed again.

So why do too many USB devices cause Windows 8 to not boot?

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Thank you for replying with the status of the issue.

This issue does not cause because of connecting too many USB devices to the computer. This issue may cause if there is any boot file in any of the USB devices.

I would suggest you to try connecting the USB devices one by one and check if the issue is confined to any specific USB device.

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I have a dual-boot system with Windows 7 and Windows 8. Last month I had one of my four disk drives fail. Neither Windows 7 nor Windows 8 was on this particular drive, thankfully. I replaced the drive with an SSD.

Windows 7 — which I use for my daily work — was quite happy with this change. But the first time I attempted to boot into Windows 8, I got the error message in the title along with error code 0xc000000e. This was quite a nasty surprise. I used my Windows 8 Pro installation DVD to do a repair, which did not fix the problem.

Looking in this forum (among other places), I found this is a well-known problem. I tried some of the suggested fixes using a command window during the boot:

bootrec /fixmbr
bootrec /fixboot
bootrec /rebuildbcd

This did something that allowed me to successfully boot into Windows 8, but only after staring at a blank screen for about 5 minutes, followed by another 5 minute wait looking at the Windows 8 logo. After downloading some Windows 8 updates, I rebooted — only to encounter the original error message again. Back to the boot command window, I repeated the first set of bootrec commands with no luck. I then tried another suggested fix:

bootrec /scanos
bootrec /rebuildbcd
bootrec /fixmbr
bootrec /fixboot

No success here either. I seem to be stuck. I could reinstall Windows 8, but it would be a real pain in the neck to update it and reinstall all the applications I use. There has to be a fix to this problem somewhere.

Did you ever get this problem resolved. I am basically having the same problem and have tried many fix boot directory type processes with no luck. My computer was running Windows 10 and lost power and crashed and I am been trying for a few weeks to resolve the problem So I wonder did you ever find a fix vs just rebuilding your hard drive? Thanks Don in Florida

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