How do I fix the system error E102?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

System error e102 is a general error code that indicates a problem with the system. This error code can be caused by a variety of things, including hardware problems, software problems, or even a combination of both. In most cases, this error code is caused by a hardware problem, such as a failing hard drive or a defective piece of hardware. However, it is also possible for this error code to be caused by a software problem, such as a corrupt file or a virus.

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1. System Restore

  1. Open the Windows Start Menu and search for "System Restore."
  2. Click on the "System Restore" icon that appears on your desktop.
  3. Select the "Create a restore point" option from the menu that appears.
  4. Name your restore point and click on the "Next" button.
  5. Select the "Computer" option from the "Select a destination" list and click on the "Next" button.
  6. Select the "Windows 7" option from the "Windows version" list and click on the "Next" button.
  7. Click on the "Start restore" button to begin the restoration process. 8.Wait until the restore process is complete and click on the "Finish" button to close the System Restore window.

2. Repair Install

  1. Start your computer and sign in.
  2. Click the Start button and then click Control Panel.
  3. Double-click System and Security.
  4. Click System and Maintenance.
  5. Under System and Maintenance, click System Configuration.
  6. Under System Configuration, click Advanced System Settings.
  7. Under Advanced System Settings, click Startup and Recovery.
  8. Under Startup and Recovery, click Repair Install.
  9. Under Repair Install, follow the instructions.

3. Safe Mode

  1. Press and hold the Windows key and the R key at the same time.
  2. When the Run dialog box appears, type msconfig and press Enter.
  3. In the System Configuration window, select the Boot tab and then select Safe Boot from the list.
  4. In the Safe Boot options, select the Disable all services option and then click OK.
  5. To restart your computer, click the Restart button in the System Configuration window.

4. Last Known Good Configuration

  1. If the problem persists, try deleting the Windows installation media and installing the operating system from a USB drive.
  2. If the problem persists, try using a different power supply.
  3. If the problem persists, try reinstalling the computer's operating system.

5. Boot Logging

Boot Logging is a diagnostic tool that can be used to collect system error information. To boot logging, you must enable boot logging on the system, and then use the boot logging tool to collect error information. For more information, see the Boot Logging documentation.

Still not working? maybe try one of these options:

  1. Debugging Mode
  2. Windows Memory Diagnostic
  3. Windows Startup Repair
  4. Windows Hardware Diagnostic
  5. System File Checker