How to Fix 0xc00000e9 Errors in Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista
Try these steps in order until the error goes away:

Reboot the computer. If you can’t log in to your computer, perform a hard reset by holding down the power button until the computer shuts off, then turn it back on.

Disconnect all external devices. Remove peripherals such as external hard drives, flash drives, and other USB devices, then restart the computer. These extraneous devices can interfere with the boot process at times. Remove them one-at-a-time to figure out which device is at fault.

Scan Windows for errors. If Windows loads successfully after a reboot, use the built-in Windows Error Checking tool and the SFC scannow command to check the hard drive and system files respectively for problems.

Boot into safe mode. When Windows doesn’t boot normally, you can often access the operating system in safe mode. If that works, you can perform many of the troubleshooting steps below from within Windows.

Update the drivers. If you’re able to boot into Windows, check to see if all device drivers are up-to-date, particularly those related to I/O ports and storage.

Perform a Windows Startup Repair. If you can’t log in to Windows, use a Windows disc or a prepared USB drive that includes the Windows automatic repair tools. A Startup Repair can fix corrupt system files, registry errors, and missing content that sometimes cause this error to show up.