Misdiagnosis of memory Windows with default installation factory of Lenovo

I have the following error in the diagonistic memory of windows, the memtest.exe file is missing or damaged. Please see the attached picture. I need to solve this problem, please help.


I found the solution for this problem. Now my Windows memory diagnostic runs. Solutions if you encounter a windows key on the back of your laptop, then upgrade your existing windows with the same install an example of disk: If at the back of the laptop, Windows 7 Home Prem OA how it printed then do a windows 7 Home Premium 64/32-bit with upgrade of the disk of installing SP1 windows without using the Express upgrade and tool when you have finished enter your key provided at the back of the laptop. This update will replace all startup files and Windows files. Now check the memtest or Windows memory diagnostics, it should work... !!

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