Macrium: When do I need to re-create bootable rescue media?

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    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #11

    Pardon, I did get that reversed.
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       #12

    tunnel99 said:
    I see there is a Macrium 7.3 update available (5672).

    1. I read here that some Macrium changes require rebuilding the bootable rescue media environment. How do I know what Macrium changes require rebuilding the rescue media? I assume that I don't need to do this after installing the 5672 update, but you know what they say about "assume".
    When you do an update of REFLECT, you should ALWAYS go to the "Help/Release Notes" menu item. Macrium will tell you there if the Recovery Media needs to be updated and why.
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       #13

    " the Recovery Media needs to be updated "...........as far as I know , not needed this time , 7.3.5555 -resque media still ok .
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       #14

    pietcorus2 said:
    " the Recovery Media needs to be updated "...........as far as I know , not needed this time , 7.3.5555 -resque media still ok .
    I am not sure of this. After updating to v7.3.5672, when I plugged in the Rescue media created with 7.3.5555 and clicked on "Create bootable Rescue Media" the Status showed "Click Build to update." I did and it created a new Wim and wrote it to the flash drive. Status turned to "OK". It does not take much time. So do update. Better to be safe than sorry.

    Thanks to Jeddi - his post #4.
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       #15

    " Better to be safe than sorry. "..............sure , will do so !
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