How to overcome Dual Boot Windows Doesn’t Boot Shows 0x0000006b Error?

Assume that you are in a situation where in desktop stopped responding due to booting error. That time no tactic will work and you will feel hassle right?

As you are reading this page you might be experiencing same circumstances. If that so, patrol over to get a predefined solution to your problem.

Before going through it, let’s check a real time scenario which user is generally facing:

“I’m in a dreadful situation. Today morning when I turn on my system, it is not booting up. It is reflecting an error like this ‘0x0000006b’. I have no more access to my data and I’m running dual operating systems on it. Can someone help me to fix this error? I need to access my system data on urgent basis.”

Normally if you are running dual operating system on a single computer, then it is termed as dual boot. When you are using dual boot, system will become slow and takes time to load the operating system. Sometimes it may take couple of minutes to start up the screen.

So be patient and wait till Windows boot up. Even after taking so long if it doesn’t boot, then you have to make use of a recovery solution to restore your valuable data from it.

Solution to retrieve dual boot system

If your dual boot Windows doesn’t boot and shows 0x0000006b error, then use Yodot Hard Drive Recovery application. It is an ultimate tool which can easily roll back your data from partitions. Even if the partition is formatted/ re formatted, the program has the ability to retrieve data from it. It not only bring back data from Windows partition but also from other storage devices like USB flash drives, external hard drives, SSDs, etc. This tool can run on platforms like Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows server 2003 and 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.

Use below steps to execute the software

Connect your non booting hard drive to another system -> Download Yodot Hard Drive Recovery application here -> After finishing installation go through the tabs ‘Partition Recovery’ and ‘Formatted/ Reformatted Recovery’ -> Go with ‘Partition Recovery’ tab -> The program lists you the drives available on the system -> Mark the externally connected hard drive -> Allow the software to scan the drive -> Once the process is done, you can use ‘Data View’ and ‘File Type View’ to select the retrieved data -> Preview media files if there is any -> At last save the resultant data to desired destination folder.