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If Windows keeps crashing at startup use this boot error repair tool.
Fof advanced explanations, look through the list of solutions below.
If you can start Windows and STOP: 0x0000008E and BSOD appears randomly, you need to check your system for viruses.
If you cannot boot, check the steps below and when you solve the problem come back to scan your computer for viruses.
This procedure involves only registry changes and the rest of your configuration remains intact.
If you didn’t update drivers, try to install the latest releases.
Multiple corrupt registry entries pile up when you delete and install programs, especially when you install new programs over old ones that were not deleted as required.
Checking all the registry entries and repairing it manually is possible, but it is time-taking and the risk to damage important registry entries is extremely high.
Malware (viruses, trojans, rootkits) and/or the damage they have done to your system, fautly or damaged system files (dll and sys files), registry problems (invalid references or damage), problem drivers (Widnows system drivers, in rare cases 3rd party drivers) That is why we recommend running this tool that removes viruses and the damage they have done to your system, system file damage, system driver problems, system integrity, registry if you can start up at least in Safe Mode and 0x0000008E error appears randomly.If you are getting STOP: Ox8E during startup after installation of a new hard drive, try to start up in Safe Mode to format the drive. If it’s not memory or other hardware, but you updated or installed new drivers or other programs, you could startup with Last Known Good Configuration option to undo some registry changes (applies only to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Current Control Set registry key).