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A bad but useful adventure

Started by GT40, May 12, 2014, 10:30:04 AM

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I was happy with my little Asus Transformer Book T100 (half laptop,  half tablet, under Windows 8.1) when one day, suddenly, after trying to start the machine, I got a blue screen (not the classic ugly Blue Screen of Death, no doubt, a very nice blue color, but a blue screen ...) saying:

"Your PC needs to be repaired ... blablabla... Error code: 0xc0000034 ... blablabla". I was locked in the BIOS and could do NOTHING. :(

Bad news, but not very important, always better than real life... I called the vendor (phone, email) and then Asus-France. A shame, only unable people. No positive answer. I guess they don't worry about me. Then I googled, googled, googled ... and I finally found a guy who have had a very similar problem in the past.

His solution: press F9 (yes: F9) while turning the PC on. And miracle, you can see a pretty menu, with some explanations.

Yes!!! Now my toy is back, with my favorites applications (all the dummies like me enjoy applications). A bad but interesting adventure. :thumbsup:


glad you was to get it working again  :thumbsup:
I too like some windows 8 apps  ;)


Good bit of research there GT  :thumbsup:
Smoke me a Kipper I'll be back for breakfast - Ace Rimmer


I get it, on an Asus F9 = F8

I will try to remember that.

Well done GT  :thumbsup:  8)


Thanks all! Happy my little toy works again. But frustrated. Why did that thing happened? The mystery of computers... :LOL: