troubleshooting Question

vm won't start

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I have a virtual server that i rebooted for windows updates. I also wanted to increase the hardware. I upped the memory and increased the number of CPUs. Now the machine will not boot. I tried resetting the hardware specs to the original configuration and it still will not boot. What can I do to bring up this sever?
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