Windows 10: Re recovery from a asus transformer book t100t
Re recovery from a asus transformer book t100t
Is it possible after creating a recovery disk, to reset something in the registry to allow a further recovery disk to be made.
In Windows 10 search enter Create a Recovery Drive. Windows 10 should allow you to create all the recover drives you want.
Is that a complete system backup, such as true image.....I was referring to the manufacturers recovery option......
If you want to recreate the manufacturer's recovery image, and you don't already have a copy of your own, you'll have to contact them about obtaining one. Many mfgrs (such as Dell and HP) do make recovery images available on their websites and/or by special request to tech support. YMMV depending on the mfgr. Here's a FAQ entry from Asus on that topic.
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