Windows 10: Regarding Windows Recovery Partition

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  1.    10 Mar 2018 #11

    Thanks mate. Will do and report back to you in some time when i get home.
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  2.    10 Mar 2018 #12

    Steve C said: View Post
    I used MiniTool Partition Wizard Free to shrink the C: system partition by 450Mb which is the size of my recovery partition. This left 450MB free space at the end of the drive which is the current recommended location for the recovery partition. I then restored the recovery partition to that free space from my Reflect backup.
    I see. The thing is you created the system image backup using Reflect and that why you was able to restore the recovery partition from that SIB using reflect, but for me, i created the SIB using windows inbuilt backup utility and that's why i wont be able to restore the recovery partition using macrium reflect.
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  3.    10 Mar 2018 #13

    @Cliff S i have downloaded the file you sent me what am i suppose to do next? Just a heads up, i ran the reagentc /info ​command and my recovery partition is already activated.
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       10 Mar 2018 #14

    Ryan1991 said: View Post
    @Cliff S i have downloaded the file you sent me what am i suppose to do next? Just a heads up, i ran the reagentc /info ​command and my recovery partition is already activated.
    Unblock it(right click it select properties, unblock is at the bottom), and copy it to C:\Windows\System32\Recovery
    Then run reagentc /enable
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       10 Mar 2018 #15

    Winre is Windows Recovery Environment, and it needs to be a .wim, not the .esd that one gets from the Windows download tool.

    That's why it needed to be converted, which I had already done.
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  6.    10 Mar 2018 #16

    @Cliff S By following your method i am able to restore my recovery partition. But now i am just wondering if there's also a way to restore the EFI partition from my old SIB?
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       10 Mar 2018 #17

    Can you post a screenshot of disk management
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  8.    10 Mar 2018 #18

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    Just letting you know after taking the hint from you, i replaced the wim file you sent me with the one i have in the recovery partation backup that i have because i just noticed my window version is home in this laptop, my other 2 laptop are window pro hence the confusion.
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       10 Mar 2018 #19

    Ryan1991 said: View Post
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    Just letting you know after taking the hint from you, i replaced the wim file you sent me with the one i have in the recovery partation backup that i have because i just noticed my window version is home in this laptop, my other 2 laptop are window pro hence the confusion.
    By your screenshot, you already have an EFI partition, you're good there. Plus you couldn't boot without it.
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    As you can see i have mounted the vdhx files of the recovery and efi partations from my SIB and now i am successful in restoring my recovery partation from SIB and by using the same of mounting and then copy and paste the efi files from old back to new system i think i will be able to restore efi partation too. But idk where is the efi partation in the window like we have the recovery in C:window:sytem32.
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