Hi, Newbie here.
I have a Windows 7 laptop, solid state drive, needs to have Safeboot encryption. it encrypts ok, and can login, but then fails with error screen 'Windows Boot Manager', some information, and the status is 0xc000000f - Info: The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible. Looking around, it says that the boot sector/registry has been modified. Which I assume is what Safeboot is supposed to do ? Anyone able to assist how to get past/fix this ? Any info much appreciated.
You need to talk to your company IT helpdesk really - Did you make some change (add/remove drive, install new OS etc?) which would change the boot manager?
Hi, thanks for the reply. Windows 7 installed correctly along with the drivers. Its just this make/model - Sony Vaio. Wouldn't the Safeboot software modify the registry to protect the laptop (file & device encryption) ? the only way to get around it is to re-image it and not encrypt, which in our case, is not an option :-(
Let's start with what product/version you're trying to use - there's not been a product called "SafeBoot" for a long time.