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BSOD at startup "0MB partition size" after Windows update

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#1 Sylveon Fetish

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Posted 19 November 2016 - 10:18 AM

On my Lenovo 1068A8U after shutting down the laptop a few days ago to install Windows Updates, I booted it up and I would get a BSOD at the Windows logo every time, TestDisk passes with flying colors. After entering startup repair, it says that the partition size of my hard drive is 0MB, followed by that, startup repair asks me if I wanted to restore my computer to a time where it worked. I clicked "yes", it didn't ask me what restore point I wanted, it just started attempting repairs. After about 20 minutes, My computer restarted and I got past the logo screen and was able to log in just fine.


Does anybody know what the problem could be here? is an update the culprit?


Thanks for any help

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