Windows Recovery partition missing from Volume list of Disk Management

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  1. idgat's Avatar
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       #11

    What about 3rd party partition management software - try freeware versions of EaseUS and/or AEOMI.
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  2. Lance1's Avatar
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       #13

    As a trial and error step you can perform an in place upgrade repair:

    See post #2 in this link:
    Way to re-create the Recovery Partition?
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  4. ddelo's Avatar
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    Lance1 said:

    Thanks a lot.
    Can you please see this post?
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  5. ddelo's Avatar
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    zbook said:
    As a trial and error step you can perform an in place upgrade repair:

    See post #2 in this link:
    Way to re-create the Recovery Partition?

    Yes, thanks a lot. That's what I also had in mind...
    But before trying it, I just wanted to find out, if this is broken in my system or one of the usual MS hiccups.
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       #16

    The Recovery partition is OK, WinRE works normally. It just is not shown properly in Disk management.
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  7. ddelo's Avatar
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       #17

    Guys, first of all thank you all for your help. I really appreciate it.

    Would it be possible to take a look at your Disk Management and if:
    1. You're on 18363.719 or .720 and
    2. Have a Windows 10 (not OEM) Recovery partition

    post a screenshot?

    That would be really helpful to see if its a System problem or a general MS failure of Disk Management.
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  8. Lance1's Avatar
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       #18

    Here's my screen shot. I couldn't access the partition in disk management but I could in EaseUS Partition Master. OS Version 10.0.18362.592. Not the version you asked for though.
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  9. ddelo's Avatar
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    Lance1 said:
    Here's my screen shot. I couldn't access the partition in disk management but I could in EaseUS Partition Master.
    Thank you. Presuming that you're on 18363.719 or .720, it seems that my Disk Management is broken and I should go for an in-place upgrade to see if it fixes it.
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  10. ddelo's Avatar
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    Lance1 said:
    Here's my screen shot. I couldn't access the partition in disk management but I could in EaseUS Partition Master. OS Version 10.0.18362.592. Not the version you asked for though.
    Ooops!... That might explain it. Mine was OK in 18363.657 as I don't remember looking at it in 18363.697.
    So it might be that MS broke Disk Management.
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