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Computer won't load Windows

I was installing Microsoft Updates and my computer stopped working. Upon restart, it won't load Windows and keeps giving the following error code when I run the recovery:

Error code 32769

Any suggestions on how I can get Windows to load?

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1. What the motherboard you had been using
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Check that your motherboard supports the higher HDD
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