My laptop keeps crashing on boot after clean Windows 7 install. Ok, here is the story, and some fact.
Computer: Samsung NP900X3C-A04HK (256GB SSD, 8GB RAM) OS to install: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 (not from Samsung, own fresh Win)
I purchased this laptop about a year ago, never booted it into the Windows Home that was installed on it, installed directly Ubuntu on the machine. Full disc encryption was the selected install, so of course it wiped the complete disc (including Samsung Recovery Partition).
After some time, I felt like going back to Windows, as Windows 7 is actually quite nice. So I went to buy a fresh Windows 7Ultimate with SP1.
Now to the tricky part. Windows installs perfectly, and after installing all Windows updates, drivers from Samsung, software I need, it is time for shutting it down and go to bed. Starting it up again, and it is not booting, these are the type of errors I have gotten so far (fresh installed it more then a dozen times now, and tried different suggestions from threads on the net). Windows failed to start...
Status: 0xc000000f Info: The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible.
File: /boot/bcd Status: 0xc000000f Info: an error occurred while attempting to read the boot configuration data.
And some other errors, not all the same. Not memory of this.
I have run different disc checks, and all says my SSD is in perfect shape.
Note: Soft reboots from Windows menu works, never gets corrupted. But if I Shutdown and then start it up again, this is when it happens.
Can someone help me not get back to Ubunut? What can be the cause, and how can it be fixed so I do not get there problems again?