Error Code 0x00000027

Error Code 0x00000027

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The 0x00000027 error, also known as RDR_FILE_SYSTEM, is an error related to the Server Message Block (SMB) subsystem on disks, causing Windows to crash and display the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). The error is generally caused by a malfunction in the system’s memory, disk errors, outdated drivers, or system file corruption.

How to fix:

  1. Update Drivers: Check if there are any updates available for your device drivers. Outdated or incompatible drivers can often cause BSOD errors.
  2. Run CHKDSK: This built-in Windows utility can help detect and automatically correct file system errors on the disk. Open Command Prompt as an administrator, type chkdsk /f, and press Enter.
  3. Run the System File Checker (SFC): This tool can also fix potential system file errors. Open Command Prompt as an administrator, type sfc /scannow, and press Enter.
  4. Update your System: Make sure your Windows system is up to date with the latest patches and updates.
  5. Perform a Clean Boot: By starting Windows using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs, you can determine whether a background program is causing the error.
  6. Memory Check: Use Windows’ built-in Memory Diagnostics tool to check for memory problems. You can access this by typing ‘Windows Memory Diagnostic’ into the Start Menu.

Remember to backup your data before undertaking these steps. If the problem persists after following these steps, you might want to seek help from a professional or get in touch with Microsoft Support.

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