[SOLVED] Automatic repair after changing my CPU

jaysonmatthews1040

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After changing my Ryzen 3 to a Ryzen 5 1600, it says “preparing automatic repair”. The debug on my motherboard says there isn’t a problem and BIOS says everything is fine too. My motherboard is a b350 tomahawk. Any help is appreciated.
 

jaysonmatthews1040

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Solution: I unplugged my main drive with windows and booted up on my secondary without windows and it booted to my windows Lock Screen. Then i turned off and plugged in my main drive and now it works. I don’t understand why that worked.
 
automatic repair is an OS-confusion issue...

You can try a repair install...

Or, a fresh install where you delete the partitions on the C:drive, and, full fresh reinstall....(installing Win10 to an SSD takes but 4-5 minutes these days)
 
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jaysonmatthews1040

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Jan 5, 2018
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Solution: I unplugged my main drive with windows and booted up on my secondary without windows and it booted to my windows Lock Screen. Then i turned off and plugged in my main drive and now it works. I don’t understand why that worked.
 

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