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b1 initialize library failed 0xc000009a error code asus VIII hero Alpha

marcelmaria
Level 7
Hello all

Sorry for my bad english, I will try to explain my problem as clearly as possible

After closing my bios on my asus rog re-alpha VIII without saving I got this message.

b1 initialize library failed 0xc000009a

Motherboard indicates error code AD (Ready to boot event)

Forced to start the computer again and then it's gone again.

This message I had previously shut down Windows (Can I vaguely remember) few days ago.


I can find reading material about this on the Internet (only no solutions are available)

What I've done

The Error Code AD detect what this content (listed skate board) Ready to mean boat event) Bios carries on then it would go wrong at the ox (HDD).

Maybe I'm wrong


I would like to hear your opinions and conclusions
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marcelmaria
Level 7
Nobody can help my ?

Nate152
Moderator
Hi marcelmaria

What operating system are you using?

The error code you are getting could be due to too many language packs or a corrupt registry.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2534366

Maybe try running CCleaner, deleting some of the language packs or reinstalling windows.

Nate152 wrote:
Hi marcelmaria

What operating system are you using?

The error code you are getting could be due to too many language packs or a corrupt registry.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2534366

Maybe try running CCleaner, deleting some of the language packs or reinstalling windows.



I use windows 10 pro with the university update.

So if I understand it well with a clean Windows installation, it should be good again?

Nate152
Moderator
I would think so yes, if you do a windows reinstall please come back and let us know if this solves the problem.

Nate152 wrote:
I would think so yes, if you do a windows reinstall please come back and let us know if this solves the problem.


I know what I have to do tonight.

Of course I know. It happened not contenu unfortunately to test it properly.

But it is not a hardware problem?

Nate152
Moderator
Highly unlikely it's a hardware problem, if it's not too big of a deal to reinstall windows that might be the best thing to do.

Nate152 wrote:
Highly unlikely it's a hardware problem, if it's not too big of a deal to reinstall windows that might be the best thing to do.


m glad to hear that it is not a hardware problem. Tonight install windows again and just install the latest BIOS version

So hopefully everything is running well again

Nate152
Moderator

Nate152 wrote:
All right

Please give us an update after reinstalling windows.



I am certainly going to do that.

Tonight I'm more

Thank you for your time and I'll leave it here to know if it is dissolved