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UEFI Boot CD

Postby texdawg » Sun Dec 08, 2019 3:24 pm

Error message: "A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed error code: 0xc0000185."
This occurs when I'm trying to boot from my TeraByte backup CD into DOS mode.
This occurs on both of my laptops. Booting directly into Windows 10 is not a problem.
They both have been recently upgraded from HDD to SSD drives and I suspect that is the problem
as this did not occur with the HHD drives. The problem occurs when I've plugged in an external USB drive
or without plugging one in.
I think I need to make a new UEFI boot CD, I'm, using TeraByte version 3.16.
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Re: UEFI Boot CD

Postby Brian K » Sun Dec 08, 2019 4:09 pm

texdawg,

Does this occur with the latest version? 3.34

Does it happen if you use a USB flash drive instead of a CD?
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Re: UEFI Boot CD

Postby TeraByte Support » Sun Dec 08, 2019 4:38 pm

Looks like a windows error code, like it's booting windows in some way.
You won't get that from IFD boot CD itself.

On 12/8/2019 2:24 PM, texdawg wrote:
> Error message: "A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed error code: 0xc0000185."
> This occurs when I'm trying to boot from my TeraByte backup CD into DOS mode.
> This occurs on both of my laptops. Booting directly into Windows 10 is not a problem.
> They both have been recently upgraded from HDD to SSD drives and I suspect that is the problem
> as this did not occur with the HHD drives. The problem occurs when I've plugged in an external USB drive
> or without plugging one in.
> I think I need to make a new UEFI boot CD, I'm, using TeraByte version 3.16.
>
>

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Re: UEFI Boot CD

Postby texdawg » Mon Dec 09, 2019 11:13 am

TeraByte Support wrote:
> Looks like a windows error code, like it's booting windows in some way.
> You won't get that from IFD boot CD itself.
>
> On 12/8/2019 2:24 PM, texdawg wrote:
> > Error message: "A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed
> error code: 0xc0000185."
> > This occurs when I'm trying to boot from my TeraByte backup CD into DOS
> mode.
> > This occurs on both of my laptops. Booting directly into Windows 10 is
> not a problem.
> > They both have been recently upgraded from HDD to SSD drives and I
> suspect that is the problem
> > as this did not occur with the HHD drives. The problem occurs when I've
> plugged in an external USB drive
> > or without plugging one in.
> > I think I need to make a new UEFI boot CD, I'm, using TeraByte version
> 3.16.
> >
> >

My current CD is a TBWinRE/PE CD that I created 18 months ago may account for what looks like a window error code. It could possibly be outdated.
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Re: UEFI Boot CD

Postby texdawg » Mon Dec 09, 2019 11:18 am

Brian K wrote:
> texdawg,
>
> Does this occur with the latest version? 3.34
>
> Does it happen if you use a USB flash drive instead of a CD?

I would prefer to boot from a USB flash drive but I don't know how to create one.
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Re: UEFI Boot CD

Postby TeraByte Support » Wed Dec 11, 2019 10:48 am

"DOS Mode"? I think you mean "BIOS Mode" or "CSM Mode" or "Legacy Mode".

For Windows to boot, it and the BIOS have to get along.

On 12/9/2019 10:13 AM, texdawg wrote:
> TeraByte Support wrote:
>> Looks like a windows error code, like it's booting windows in some way.
>> You won't get that from IFD boot CD itself.
>>
>> On 12/8/2019 2:24 PM, texdawg wrote:
>>> Error message: "A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed
>> error code: 0xc0000185."
>>> This occurs when I'm trying to boot from my TeraByte backup CD into DOS
>> mode.
>>> This occurs on both of my laptops. Booting directly into Windows 10 is
>> not a problem.
>>> They both have been recently upgraded from HDD to SSD drives and I
>> suspect that is the problem
>>> as this did not occur with the HHD drives. The problem occurs when I've
>> plugged in an external USB drive
>>> or without plugging one in.
>>> I think I need to make a new UEFI boot CD, I'm, using TeraByte version
>> 3.16.
>>>
>>>
>
> My current CD is a TBWinRE/PE CD that I created 18 months ago may account for what looks like a window error code. It could possibly be outdated.
>
>

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Re: UEFI Boot CD

Postby TeraByte Support » Wed Dec 11, 2019 10:48 am

Same way you create the CD, just choose the UFD.

On 12/9/2019 10:18 AM, texdawg wrote:
> Brian K wrote:
>> texdawg,
>>
>> Does this occur with the latest version? 3.34
>>
>> Does it happen if you use a USB flash drive instead of a CD?
>
> I would prefer to boot from a USB flash drive but I don't know how to create one.
>
>

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