Windows stop error 0x0000000A with its removal

When you get a message on your terminal Windows stop error 0x0000000A with a symptom of slow input devices like mouse, keyboard etc. Some other Causes of occurrence for the error are infected data, Windows old versions which executes in male functioning order. Mismatch of drivers which plays a major role to deliver from one source or device to another. Damaged hardware may be cause for Windows stop error 0x0000000A. Defective driver is also responsible for such an error. Corrupt file system may cause to produce this error on the terminal. Sometimes PC freezes for few seconds. A third party “Advanced System Repair tool” can solve your problem in easy and automated way.


{Compatible with Windows 8, 7, XP, ME, Vista, 98, 2000 (32/64)
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How to fix the Windows stop Error:0x0000000A

Manual Steps

  • Start your computer and log on as an administrator.
  • Go to System Restore point and restore system in earlier time.
  • Repair your system registry setting and update all hardware and driver.
  • Check you have sufficient space in RAM for running programs
  • Now restart PC and check is again stop error 0x0000000A prompt on screen.

Method 1  – Reinstall OS & Specify The Correct “HAL”

This is for advanced users who know how to install OS. You will need the installation disc for this to make sure that you can reinstall OS on your system. Here’s what to do:

  1. Reinsert the Windows installation disc and boot from it (follow the instructions)
  2. During the installation startup, press F5 when the “Setup is inspecting your computer’s hardware configuration” message is displayed.
  3. When you are prompted, make sure that you specify the correct computer type and Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL). For example, if you have a single processor, specify the “Standard PC” HAL.
  4. Try to reinstall Windows OS.
    • If this resolves the Stop error message and you successfully install Windows OS, you are finished.
    • If this does not resolve the Stop error message, go to method 2.

Method 2  – Turn Off Features In BIOS

This is for advanced users who know how to get into the “BIOS” of your PC. You should proceed with caution past this point as changing the wrong BIOS setting could seriously compromise your system:

  1. Restart your PC and load up the BIOS
  2. Turn off all the following features in the CMOS settings of your computer. For instructions, see the hardware documentation or contact the manufacturer:
    • All caching, including L2, BIOS, internal/external, and writeback caching on disk controllers
    • All shadowing
    • Plug and Play
    • Any BIOS-based virus protection feature
  3. Try to reinstall Windows OS.
    • If this resolves the Stop error message, go to step 3.
    • If this does not resolve the Stop error message, go to method 3.
  4. Try to isolate which feature is causing the error. To do this, re-enable each of these features one at a time, and then restart your computer after you re-enable each feature.
  5. If you identify a problem feature, disable or remove it and contact the manufacturer to try to resolve the issue. If this does not isolate a problem with a CMOS setting, but this does resolve the Stop error message and you can start your computer normally, it may be that a setting was preventing the installation. If this is the case, turn on the setting after you install Windows XP, you are finished.

Method 3 – Remove Hardware and Adapaters

  1. Remove all adapters and disconnect all hardware devices that are not required to start the computer or to install Windows. This includes the following adapters and devices:
    • SCSI devices
    • IDE devices
    • Network adapter
    • Internal modem
    • Sound card
    • Extra hard disks (you have to have at least one to complete the installation)
    • CD drive or DVD drive (if you are installing from the local hard disk)
  2. Try to reinstall Windows OS.
    • If this resolves the Stop error message, continue to step c.
  3. Try to isolate which adapter or hardware device is causing the error. After you reinstall Windows OS, reconnect each adapter or hardware device one at a time. Restart your computer after you reconnect each.
  4. If this isolates a problem with hardware, disconnect the adapter or device and contact the vendor to try to resolve the issue. If this does not isolate a problem with hardware, but this does resolve the Stop error message and you can start your computer normally, it may be that some hardware was preventing the installation. If this is the case, reconnect the hardware after you install Windows OS, and then you are finished.


{Compatible with Windows 8, 7, XP, ME, Vista, 98, 2000 (32/64)
File Size: 4.9MB Download Time: <(dsl, 2sec, dialup 2min)>}

Conclusive Decision:

“Advanced System Repair tool” can remove all these complexities for new user, perhaps might be competent to get free PC from contaminations with manuals. While identifying the Windows stop error 0x0000000A on the right peripheral or system file you may feel difficulties, because entire process is cumber sum. “Advanced System Repair tool” resolves all these type of error automatically while patching the wounds. It protects from malware running in active processes. It keeps track to the Internet privacy files, making browsing on a shared computer like a cleansing agent with sheath safe-guards.


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