How to Fix Session “Microsoft security client oobe” Stopped Due to Error: 0xC000000D
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- How to Fix Session “Microsoft security client oobe” Stopped Due to Error: 0xC000000D
Approach 1: Delete EppOobe.etl file
Please navigate to the following path in Computer: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Microsoft Security Client\Support
Then please delete the EppOove.etl file and restart your computer to check whether the problem has been solved.
Approach 2: Fix with sfc/scannow Command
Step 1: Download and install Renee PassNow in any workable Windows computer.
Step 2: Choose creation method, USB or CD/DVD.
Step 3: Boot the target PC from the created password reset USB/CD/DVD.
You will boot the target computer via a new created reset disk. Firstly, please hold a hot key to enter the BIOS menu and put CD-ROM or Removable Devices as the first choice. Please click here to know about how to change the boot order of your computer. After changing it successfully, please remember to save your setting and then restart your PC.
Step 4: Select “PassNow!”.
Step 5: Click “Create new account” to create a new administrator to quickly access your PC.
The created administrator account named “Reneelab” with administrator rights, and its default password is “123456789”. You are able to change the password of target account with this new created administrator.
Approach 3: Disable OOBE item of Microsoft Security Essentials in Computer Management
Attention: This step requires administrator privilege. If you do not have such privilege, please click here for solution.
Approach 4: Disable Program Compatibility Assistant Service
Approach 5: Uninstall Microsoft Security Essentials Completely
Delete all items inside. Restart your PC and check whether the problem has been solved.
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