Options to recover a RAW recovery partition or create a new one

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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
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       #61

    There were many trial and error steps to fix the RAW recovery partition.

    As the steps were made they were posted into the thread.

    Chkdsk switches ran in Windows RE did not find any problems.
    Chkdsk switches ran in Windows found the recovery partition non NTFS and appeared to not run on the partition.

    Format quick failed.
    Format climbed to 100 but also failed.

    So I don't know how the RAW partition got fixed.

    It appears that TestDisk can be used to assess the C: drive but was not able to assess the recovery partition?

    There was another thread where the OP had deleted the recovery partition and later wanted to recover it.
    The TestDisk results were not displayed.
    Somehow they were able to recover the partition.

    In this and the other thread the recovery partitions displayed enabled.

    Going forward I wanted to have steps that were more definitive.
    At this time it still appears to be trial and error.
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  2. SoFine409's Avatar
    Posts : 1,288
    Win10 Pro
       #62

    jumanji said:
    Is there a way to change the Partition Type ID? I am still looking for it.
    I believe you can change the partition ID using gparted via live Linux. It might also be possible to do it with Bootice.
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