Error Code 0x0000000E

Error Code 0x0000000E

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The 0x0000000E or NO_USER_MODE_CONTEXT error usually indicates that a user-mode context is missing or not accessible due to corruption of system files. This error is generally a software-related issue and could be caused by several factors such as faulty software, drivers, or possibly a virus or malware.

How to fix:

  1. Run System File Checker (SFC): Open Command Prompt as an administrator and type “sfc /scannow” to run this tool. This tool will scan all protected system files, and replace corrupted files with a cached copy.
  2. Update Your System and Drivers: Ensure that your operating system and drivers are up-to-date. Regular updates often include patches for potential bugs.
  3. Uninstall Recent Software or Drivers: If the error began appearing after you installed new software or drivers, they could be the cause. Try uninstalling them to see if it resolves the issue.
  4. Run a Full System Scan: Run a full system scan with your antivirus software. Malicious software can cause a variety of issues, including file corruption.
  5. Use System Restore: If the issue started recently, use System Restore to roll back your system to a state before the problem began.
  6. Check Your Hardware: While this error is usually software-related, it’s worth checking your hardware as well. Faulty or incompatible hardware can sometimes cause such errors.
  7. Reinstall Windows: If all else fails, reinstalling your operating system can resolve the issue. Remember to back up all your data before doing so.
  8. Contact Support: If none of the above steps resolves the issue, contact Microsoft Support or a professional technician for further assistance.

Remember to back up your data before making any major changes to your system to prevent potential data loss.

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