Windows 10: Add Recovery Partition to Windows 10 Boot Menu?
Yes, please do a tutorial. It would be a great benefit to other users.
1) Create a Small FAT32 > 2GB < Partition at the end of your drive
Note: You can create up to a 32GB Fat32 Partition
2) Copy ISO Files to partition
3) Run Batch File to add Bootable Partition to host Boot Menu Options
4) Batch File will ask for partition "Drive Letter" and ask you to type a "Name" for the Boot Menu Entry..
Note: Batch just runs simple windows bcdedit commands to add the boot menu option....
Last edited by Kyhi; 22 Feb 2017 at 09:01.
That looks good. Different than what NavyLCDR wrote. Results are the same basically but the4 process is a bit different.
Add the steps necessary to create the 2GB to 32GB partition (Minitool Partition Wizard is one way) and it would be complete.
Make it an official tutorial, similar to the ones Shawn Brink writes and I'm sure Shawn would add it to the Tutorial section.
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