How to Fix the 0x0000006f Error on Your System – Repair the 0x0000006f Error at Boot
The 0x0000006f error shows when you boot up your Windows PC, and is typically caused when your PC cannot read a file / setting that it requires to run. Because Windows requires a lot of files, options & settings in order to run as smoothly as possible, any absences of the important files that your system requires to run will either cause your computer to crash or show errors.
This error will normally show in this format:
“STOP: 0×0000006F (0xC0000034,0×00000000,0×00000000,0×00000000)
The more specific details behind the cause of this error are that Smss.exe (Session Manager SubSystem) fails to load up. This is a file used by Windows to help your computer control the various settings, files & options for each “session”, and is a vital part of your PC. It’s often the case that this file will either become damaged, corrupted or unreadable as Windows requires to use it each day. If you want to fix the 0x0000006f error, you will need to fix the smss.exe program (and any other that’s damaged), as well as being able to repair some other vital settings on your computer.
The way to fix this error is to first replace / insert the missing or damaged file onto your system. This can be done by using the “Windows Recovery Console” from the installation disc, and will allow you to place the Smss.exe program, and other files which may be missing, onto your system. Doing this should stop the 0x0000006f error from showing. After you’ve done that, it’s then recommended that you use a “registry cleaner” tool to scan through your PC and fix the various errors which are inside. These are software programs which fix a variety of errors in the registry database of your system, allowing your computer to run much smoother & more reliably. Using one of these programs after fixing the 0x0000006f error will not only make your system faster, but also more reliable, and as a consequence is highly recommended.
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