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How to Fix Dell Error Code 2000-0415?

Published on April 13th, 2022

Dell error code 2000-0415 is an error that can occur when trying to boot up a Dell computer. This error code means that the computer cannot find a valid boot device. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including a corrupt or missing boot sector, a corrupt or missing boot configuration file, or a corrupt or missing drivers file. This error can also occur if the computer is trying to boot from a disk that is not bootable. If you get this error, you will need to use a Dell recovery disk to fix the problem.

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1. Restart your computer and try running the Dell Diagnostics tool again

Restart your computer. Open the Start menu and select "Restart." If you are using Windows 7 or Windows 8, select "Shutdown." Click "Restart." When your computer restarts, choose to "Reboot from Command Prompt" or "Reboot." At the "Command Prompt," type "cd C:" and press ENTER. Type "diag.exe /restart" and press ENTER.

2. Run the Dell ePSA Pre-boot System Assessment

  1. Boot the Dell ePSA Pre-boot System Assessment and login to the system.
  2. Click on the Diagnostics tab and then click on the Pre-boot System Assessment button.
  3. Select the option to run the assessment and then click on the Next button.
  4. In the Select the Dell ePSA server to run the assessment on window, select the Dell ePSA server that you want to run the assessment on and then click on the Next button.
  5. In the Select the diagnostic tool to use window, select the Dell ePSA Pre-boot System Assessment tool and then click on the Next button.
  6. Specify the parameters for the assessment and then click on the Next button.
  7. Click on the Start button to run the assessment.
  8. Once the assessment is completed, click on the Results tab to view the results.

3. Update your BIOS to the latest version

  1. Locate your BIOS update file.
  2. Save the BIOS update file to a USB drive.
  3. Boot your computer from the USB drive.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to update your BIOS.
  5. Once your BIOS has been updated, restart your computer.

Some users might also have success with the following opitons:

  1. Try reseating your computer's hard drive.
  2. Replace your computer's hard drive.
  3. Contact Dell technical support for further assistance.