Windows 10: Creating a Recovery Drive . . . Is it Machine Specific?
Yes, you can use the recovery drive from another computer as long as the bit level (32-bit v. 64-bit) and the version of Windows (Home v. Pro) are the same. The extra stuff (mostly hardware drivers) will be loaded onto the "other" computer, but just won't be used. If there is any hardware on the "other" computer that require manufacture's drivers, then you will have to obtain and install those drivers manually.
Personally, I don't bother with system recovery drives. I have vanilla Windows 10 installation discs made from the ISO's downloaded from Microsoft and have computer specific drivers stored separately for the hardware that requires it.
Is the recovery drive made with my desktop running W10 Pro 64 bit going to work if ever needed for my laptop running W10 Home 64 bit or will I need to create a seperate recovery drive for the laptop as well? If I do need a separate recovery drive...
Win 10 is running fine, but I wanted to create a Recovery Drive just in case.
In the search bar I typed "RecoveryDrive.exe" and pressed enter.
UAC popped up and I replied.
The first recovery screen popped up.
I accepted defaults on screen and...
I have been regularly receiving an update titled "Hewlett-Packard - Imaging - Null Print - HP Deskjet 3510 series" that is for my printer. After attempting the update it always displays Error 0x8024200b. I do not need this update, and would like it...
If I'm going to be reinstalling Win 10 in a couple of weeks (as it appears I can't just roll my Win10 Preview into a Win10 RTM version), is there any point in running the Macrium backup utility, imaging the disk, and crating a Macrium rescue disk? ...
Created a recovery drive on build 9879. Went to create one for build 9926, option check box is grayed out and it states that key files are missing. The folder is there with the image so I'm not sure about missing files.
I had several BSODs...