Windows 10: Windows 10 Problem - Reset, recovery not working

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  1.    27 Oct 2016 #11

    Ok, so that indicates you can access the Recovery partition, irrespective of the strange appearance in Disk Management.
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  2.    27 Oct 2016 #12

    Yes. I have read that others have the same problem with the unknown drive but it is not clear what should be done. Can I just delete it in disk management or is it a Windows needed drive that shouldn't be visible but it is due to some bug?
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