Create a recovery drive

It's a good idea to create a recovery drive. That way, if your PC ever experiences a major issue such as hardware failure, you'll be able to use the recovery drive to reinstall Windows 10. Windows updates to improve security and PC performance periodically so it is recommended to recreate the recovery drive annually.

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I need to download a Windows 10 Recovery disk I need to download a Windows 10 Recovery disk. I've tried resetting my computer but it won't do it. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question (43) ...
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Recovery options in Windows 10

Recovery options in Windows 10. ... Use installation media to reinstall Windows 10 . Use installation media to restore your PC . Use a recovery drive to restore or recover your PC . Go back to your previous version of Windows . Restore from a system restore point . Päivitetty viimeksi: Jul 31, 2019.

Recovery drive Windows 10 unique to a PC or generic ...

Now, to answer to your question in general, please be informed that you can't use the Recovery Disk/Image from a different computer (unless it is the exact make and model with exactly the same devices installed) because the Recovery Disk/drive includes drivers and they won't be appropriate for your computer and the installation will fail.
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How do I test W-10 System Recovery media? - Microsoft ...

Let me confirm that the Recovery drive which you create will be the mirror image of your entire PC. It will includes system files, drivers, updates and settings. If you run into problems with your PC, a USB or DVD recovery drive can help you troubleshoot and fix those problems, even if your PC won't start.
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Excessively slow creating a recovery drive - Microsoft ...

I just installed and updated Windows 10 on my very new and up-to-date notebook after restoring it to factory settings. I then installed Office 365 and proceeded to create a recovery USB drive using the desktop app that comes with Windows 10. I have a brand new USB 3.0 32 GB flash drive.
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Recovery Drive Fail : Create a recovery drive fails in ...

Its weird but it depends on how you get to the recovery disk utility. Maybe MS left some damaged or junk utility file on disk to which one access path points but another access method points to the working utility. The utility accessed via Control Panel>All Control Panel Items>Recovery works - including system files backup.
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How do i create a boot/recovery DVD for windows 10/1903 ...

There must be a way to insert a DVD in the DVD drive and boot the computer once a "New" drive is installed. I have "All" my operating system files etc. that Windows 10 uses backed up to another drive. I have my computer set up as follows: C: has the operating system and all the programs needed for windows 10, Internet Explorer, Office etc.
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Create a system repair disc -

To use system recovery options, you'll need a Windows installation disc or access to the recovery options provided by your computer manufacturer. If you don't have either of those choices, you can create a system repair disc to access system recovery options.

Creating and using a USB recovery drive for Surface

In the search box on the taskbar, type recovery drive, and then select Create a recovery drive or Recovery Drive from the list of results. You might be asked to enter an admin password or confirm your choice. In the User Account Control box, select Yes. Make sure to clear the Back up system files to the recovery drive check box and then select Next.
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