Windows 10: Ms you are going BONKERS -- Can't create recovery drive !!!!!!!

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  1.    25 Jul 2015 #21

    My created thumb drive has just over 5 GB of data on it. In the sources folder there is a Reconstruct.WIM (3.99 GB) and a Reconstruct.WIM2 (538 MB). The drive is formatted Fat32 so that's why the WIM file is split in two. Looks to be a full recovery drive that won't ask for your install media when you use it.
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  2.    25 Jul 2015 #22

    Two days ago I did a clean install on a brand new hard drive, with a 10240 DVD I created from the .esd file on my old hard drive.

    Today I created a Recovery Drive on a 16gb thumb drive. No errors reported during the process.
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