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I pulled it out, powered it up and did the monthly patching from Microsoft and Lenovo. I left it running after it completed the patches from Lenovo. I believe it was only "Hotkey Features Integration - Version 8.85.03". After a short amount of time while I was working on something else in the same room, I heard a beep and a few minutes later I turned to look at the screen to see;
2100: Detection error on HDD0 (Main HDD) Press Esc to continue.
I ran diagnostics on it. Did a few Google searches, etc. I think the drive actually is toast. It's the OEM spinning disk. I've pulled it and am going to see if I can test it via USB connection. I'm holding off patching my production systems until I am sure nothing in the Lenovo patch(s) caused this.
IBM ThinkPad 700, 720C, 750Cs, 360C, 360P, 360CE, 360PE, 730TE, PC110, 365CSD, 365ED, 701Cs, 820, 600X, 770X, 240, T30
IBM RS/6000 43P 150
Lenovo ThinkPad X41T, X61T, X200T, X201T, X220T, X230T
Lenovo ThinkCenter M92p Tiny, M900 Tiny
The easiest solution is try to put back the hdd without it's brackets/metal retainer. Might work.
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previous Thinkpad models: T21, X220, Yoga 12
other previous brands: Olivetti M10, Tandy Radio Shack 1400LT, Toshiba T1200, Asus N10J, Dell Inspiron 1520
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