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    Lenovo P52 with Windows 10, I upgraded Ram to 64 GB. Turning it ‘ON’ brings up a Lenovo sign, with a message "Preparing automatic repair". All options that are then provided fail to fix the problem, it’s failing to boot. A year ago I moved my Windows 10 to an SSD. Yesterday I remembered that I didn’t delete the windows from the original drive, so I decided to boot from it and it worked. So the question is, why did the windows on SSD stop booting after upgrading the Ram, and all repair options at startup failing?
    10-02-2020 08:18 PM
  2. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    If you take the RAM out again, does it boot as it is supposed to?
    10-09-2020 07:26 AM

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