Best Solution for Windows 8 wont boot error code 0x000005d
Users’ll have to understand the notion of Windows 8 wont boot error code 0x000005d before its troubleshooting, because in different machine and Operating Systems symptoms and related causes varies while producing errors on terminals.
How one can establish a fine tuning between hardware and software automation, is a big question before user especially in distinct machine and software [(inbuilt and refinements)Dell, Mac, Microsoft, Xp, Server 2000/2003 etc.]. Each scenario presents different related aspects for Windows 8 wont boot error code 0x000005d. Booting process has both function while installation and after clean installation. Both times PC produces errors Windows 8 wont boot error code 0x000005d.
We’ll have to get a closer look in different machine and its tunneling with Operating System versions:
Case1: Windows 8 wont boot error code 0x000005d with Pentium 4.
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Error Code 0x0000005D
Main reason of this error is in this case is Windows 8 (as from build 8400) is not compatible with all models of the Pentium 4 processor. This is due to the fact that Windows 8 requires a processor compatible with the following functions: SSE2, PAE and NX (No Execute)bit. All Pentium 4 are compatible with SSE2 and EAP: the problem may come from the NX bit.
i. First, make sure your Pentium 4 model supports the NX bit: for sockets 423 or 478 processors, then it won’t work (in most cases).
ii. For sockets 775 processors, it can be compatible. If the CPU supports NX-bit, you can install Windows 8 32-bit or 64-bit (it depends on the models!).
iii. Also make sure that NX bit is not disabled in the BIOS (if present).
Likewise Windows 8 can’t establish tunneling with all models of AMD/ Intel processors. Windows 8 wont boot error code 0x000005d needs two different things in order named “Execute Disable (XD)” Intel and “No Execute (NX)” in AMD.
BIOS >> Advanced Options >>Select Processor >>No Execute Memory Protection >>if not, then Security >>Options >>Execute Disable toggle >>On
If processor supports Virtualization Technology (VT) & Data Execution Prevention features, then user can check the status with changing:
In Virtual Machine with Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition below message may appear on screen.
The user should enable “Virtualization TechnologyI(VT)” in BIOS feature.
VT option in DELL poweredge server:
Reboot your DELL poweredge server, press F12 to go to the BIOS, select “Processor Settings”, and set “Virtualization Technology” to “Enabled”.
We got exposure of some instances (mismatch of hardware and software). To describe with manual advices of these cases is not possible. I recommend in such a crucial stage the users should apply an automatic tool “Advanced System Repair Tool” with complete moderate features for healthy PC without any system crash.