Windows 10: Recovery Drive
Can I use the recovery drive I have for the first build or do I have to make a new one for this new build
The creation of the recovery drive is controlled by Windows during the instillation process. There is no need for you to do this yourself.
If you mean the "USB" Recovery Drive, then it would be best to create a new on the USB to keep it updated for your current installation if you had checked the Back up system files to the recovery drive box.
Otherwise, you don't need to.
Recovery Drive - Create in Windows 10
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Followed the instructions to the letter, and used two different brand, brand new USB's.
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