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AMD StoreMI has put me into Startup Repair mode

Computer Type: Custom

 

GPU: MSi GTX 1060 6GB

CPU: Ryzen 2600

Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus x470 Gaming 5 WiFi

RAM: Giel 2x8GB ddr4 2600 (I think)

Operating System & Version: Windows 10 Home

Drivers: Latest for everything (including bios FW)

 

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I got a Samsung 970 EVO (250GB) today and added it to my existing Windows 10 system.  Everything worked for a while, so I decided to start StoreMI.  I told it to create a bootable tiered configuration, so it selected my boot HDD   (by default), and I selected the 970 as the “fast” drive.  I clicked OK to restart, and now I get Startup Repair in every boot.  There are only two reasons I can think of:  

  1. It won’t start correctly since I removed StoreMI from the startup programs list.  I installed it before I received the SSD, so I disabled it as a startup item and forgot to reenable it.
  2. Maybe this is related to the fact that I have two hard drives?  One was my C drive and the other was from my old PC, which was the D drive.

Any thoughts?  Again, I can get to the startup recovery menus, so I can use CMD.

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