Windows 10 getting BSOD - Winload.exe and errorcode 0xc000000e

This problem have followed me since Windows 8.1, and now i have upgraded to a clean Windows 10.

What problem am i facing ?

7 out of 10 times the computer boots fine up. - no problem at all.

When i finally get an error, the BSOD is comming with the code : 0xc000000e
And some information about that my WINDOWS\system32\winload.exe should be repaired.

Then i insert the Windows 10 DVD and boot  - > Press Repair this PC - > Start Windows 10

And the computer is restarting, and booting fine again, until after some days, where the problem still come.

I have looked for similiar problems, where some say that the SSD could be defective.

Can I test that in a way?
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Before you test: make a backup, update the firmware of the ssd and wait if it reappears.

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HITCITAuthor Commented:
Okay - the firmware goes from 1.4.1 to 1.5.2 !

Hope that will make a diffrence :)


Will see if that makes the trick!
"OCZ" - **shiver**
We armed all computers (about 80) with SSDs years ago, amongst those a dozen OCZ. 8/12 died within one year. Of the other SSDs, corsair, intel, samsung (mostly) and some kingston ones, not a single one died so far.
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HITCITAuthor Commented:
Today I wouldent pick OCZ, but ?! 2 ½ years ago, that was a cheap SSD.

It is running yet - maybe :) This firmware upgrade will show it I think :)
And don't forget the backups ;-)
Mal OsborneAlpha GeekCommented:
This error indicates that Windows is unable to load some required system files or registry hives early in the boot process.  If it works sometimes, then this is almost certainly a hardware problem, most likely a hard drive issue, as others have suggested. You could try running  CHKDSK /R, this will do a read scan of the hard drive.  (during the next reboot) Any bad spots indicates the drive needs to be rehomed in the bin.
please post the minidmp here for analysis
find it in windows\minidumps
HITCITAuthor Commented:
Malmensa > chkdsk /r is now running!

nobus > No minidump file is created - as I see it!
HITCITAuthor Commented:
Have booted the drive up  7 to 10 times now, and no error has shown yet!
HITCITAuthor Commented:
nobus > Now it is :)
HITCITAuthor Commented:
Okay great! I just upgraded nVidia drivers and suddently got this BSOD :


minidump attached
HITCITAuthor Commented:
Nothing attached.

These errors might be unrelated.
HITCITAuthor Commented:
I try agin! Should be attached now!
it refers to KNEPS.SYS and KLPD.SYS - which are Kaspersky files
i recommend to uninstall Kaspersky - then reinstall it, or use another AV software
HITCITAuthor Commented:
It seems like the SSD firmware, did solve it :)

It has been stable since!

I think McKnife should get point :)
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