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06-02-2022 09:11 AM - edited 06-02-2022 01:27 PM
Thanks for taking the time to look at my post...
A couple of days ago my system decided not boot. It gave me an error of 0xc000000d. I went into the diagnostics and it said that DIMM1 had failed . The device came out from under warranty in April so I purchased 32GB of Kingston Fury memory to replace the failed DIMM. That arrived yesterday but the computer will still not boot. I have tried a number of different orientations of memory and tested the memory again. The computer no longer reports that are any memory issues. I started another series of tests including booting from a freshly created Windows 11 bootable USB. I am able to get to the repair section of the Windows 11 boot disk and get to the command prompt. When I change to the C: drive I noticed that it is actually my NVMe drive. When I run the bootsec /bcdrepair it says that it can't find a Windows installation. I then ran DISKPART to see what disks could be seen by the system. It shows my default drive with all four partitions.
I'm not sure what to do next, to troubleshoot the issue. I feel like the NVMe is the issue but I have never had a problem where I could see the drive but not access it before. Any suggestions or advice?
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