I removed the SSD drive of my computer running Windows 10 in order to plug in another disk and do some maintenance on that disk. I only used a live USB with GParted while the foreign disk was installed. Then I reinstalled my SSD and tried to start Windows again. But I am then met with a blue screen and a windows "0xc000025" error.
The text on the blue screen says (roughly translated from Swedish) "Your PC needs to be repaired. An unexpected error occurred. Error code: 0xc000025. You need to use recovery tools.."
I've had this error before so I know that it is likely related to boot data on the drive being in some way corrupted. Last time I solved it by creating a recovery CD and then fixing MBR and BCD.
So I created a windows recovery USB from another computer. But when I try to boot from this USB I get the same error code. Only thing to note is that this message is in English, while the error I get when trying to boot from my SSD is in Swedish. I also tried creating a bootable USB with Hirens Boot CD, but get the 0xc000025 error code trying to boot from that too.
Both recovery USBs works well on another computer.
I also tried booting from a live USB with GParted that is based on Linux. This boots without problems.
Using a linux-based recovery usb I've checked the status of my SSD. It doesn't report any SMART errors and a surface scan shows no bad sectors.
So the problem I'm facing right now is that it seems I'm not able to boot my computer from any windows-based media and consequently not able to fix the MBR/BCD of my ssd-drive.
What could cause this behaviour and what can I do be able to boot from a windows-based usb??