How to remove PE environment of AOMEI Onekey Recovery only?


  1. Posts : 469
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 x64
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    How to remove PE environment of AOMEI Onekey Recovery only?


    I am planning to do 'Differential Increment' using Macrium Reflect Free. I have AOMEI OneKey recovery and Partition Assistant installed already with their PE. I want to remove AOMEI Recovery with its PE and install Macrium Reflect with its PE but keep AOMEI Partition Assistant (which has its PE environment as well). How do I do it? Or do these apps have their own separate PEs?
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  2. Posts : 523
    Windows 10
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    You can create a multi-boot UFD from several ISOs. Create the ISO from Partition Assistant and the ISO from Macrium, then use a multi-boot software to put them in the same UFD.

    I use WinSetupFromUSB, Downloads | WinSetupFromUSB.
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  3. Posts : 469
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 x64
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    I think you didn't get what I said. Maybe I didn't write the things properly. Partition Assistant is for partitioning my HDD and SSD. For creating a recovery image, I used AOMEI's OneKey Recovery. I want to get rid of it and use Macrium Reflect from now on. Uninstalling OneKey will remove its PE Environment and create room for Macrium. But I have Partition Assistant (PA) as well which has its own PE environment. I want to know if Macrium's and PA's PE environments would conflict with each other or not.
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 11
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    You can remove OneKey without effecting the PE Media of the others
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  5. Posts : 31,143
    10 Home x64 (22H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
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    RK1997 said:
    I used AOMEI's OneKey Recovery. I want to get rid of it and use Macrium Reflect from now on. Uninstalling OneKey will remove its PE Environment and create room for Macrium. But I have Partition Assistant (PA) as well which has its own PE environment. I want to know if Macrium's and PA's PE environments would conflict with each other or not.

    When you add the Macrium recovery environment to the boot menu Macrium creates the boot files, places them in the C:\Boot\Macrium folder and adds a boot entry that points to this.

    PA would have done something similar, either pointing to it's own folder on C: or creating its own boot partition. Either way, adding the Macrium boot entry will not conflict with any other boot entries you may have. Each will still boot to it's own specific environment.
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