Windows 10: Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk

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  1. Kyhi's Avatar
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       18 Feb 2016 #361

    But I still have to ask _ what tools or programs do you need ??
    And what is it you are trying to Rescue that this Recovery can't do ??

    You can even create another BCD By Selecting > \EasyBCD\profiles\NeoSmart.bcd

    Linux ??? Mac?? Grub???
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  2.    18 Feb 2016 #362

    b1rd said: View Post
    Hi Kyhi,

    Thanks for the prompt response.

    I did try using the "Try Unlisted ISO," even before I posted the question with no luck. I just tried it again this morning and received an error saying; "Error-15, file not found."

    I am still playing around though, as I'd also like to see if I can get Macrium and AOMEI on the same flash too, along with a couple of other small Linux live distros. If I am able to find the selection that does work with the Bootable Rescue Disc, I'll post back with the results.

    My goal is to have a "Swiss Army knife" of recovery options on one flash drive.
    Hi b1rd,
    I don't understand why you need to "add" Macrium and Aomie, when Kyhi's bootable media already has them included. Isn't that redundant? All you have to do is add your Linux ISOs to the boot menu of Kyhi's disk. Am I missing something?
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  3.    18 Feb 2016 #363

    But I still have to ask _ what tools or programs do you need ??
    What I was trying to do is to create a single rescue flash drive, which can be used to help in an array of circumstances. It might not always be for my own Win-10 system, which might be where some of the confusion is. That was my fault for not being more clear.

    So, I have a flash drive that contains FalconFour's Ultimate Boot CD, Hiren's Boot CD, Ophcrack Live, and a couple of smaller Linux live distros for salvaging data if needed on a non-booting system and accessing the Internet if needed during the fix.

    I don't understand why you need to "add" Macrium and Aomie, when Kyhi's bootable media already has them included. Isn't that redundant? All you have to do is add your Linux ISOs to the boot menu of Kyhi's disk. Am I missing something?
    Hmmm, I think I've been missing something-

    I need to go back and re-download Kyhis bootable media then, as I'm not sure I grabbed the right one.

    I 'thought' that when I read "My disk already has Aomie and Macrium - and you can somewhat easily add additional portable programs and create a new ISO..." posted by Kyhi, I thought he meant that he was able to accomplish this, using his flash media. I was not aware it was already built into his bootable media download. (Thanks for that by the way!)

    Also, thanks for the additional posts, otherwise I would have missed the obvious.

    b1rd
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  4.    18 Feb 2016 #364

    Again, thank-you for the replies, and I do apologize if my question hijacked this thread.

    I reformatted my flash and downloaded another ISO by Kyhi, this time from his signature. This was a different ISO than I tried from before, but I know that was my fault, as I mixed up some ISOs in my back up folder. I was also able to include the other Linux based stuff too, which was my main goal.

    The Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable PE Rescue Disk is pretty much a 'must have' tool, which I'm very glad I stumbled across.


    Regards,
    b1rd
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  5.    18 Feb 2016 #365

    b1rd said: View Post
    Again, thank-you for the replies, and I do apologize if my question hijacked this thread.

    I reformatted my flash and downloaded another ISO by Kyhi, this time from his signature. This was a different ISO than I tried from before, but I know that was my fault, as I mixed up some ISOs in my back up folder. I was also able to include the other Linux based stuff too, which was my main goal.

    The Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable PE Rescue Disk is pretty much a 'must have' tool, which I'm very glad I stumbled across.


    Regards,
    b1rd
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  6. Kyhi's Avatar
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       18 Feb 2016 #366

    I reformatted my flash and downloaded another ISO by Kyhi, this time from his signature.
    Which linked you back to the First Post in this topic..

    I was also able to include the other Linux based stuff too, which was my main goal.
    Very Glad you got it all worked out...

    The Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable PE Rescue Disk is pretty much a 'Must Have' tool.
    That seems to be the General Consensus - of those who have stumbled upon the thread..

    Enjoy!!
    Kyhi
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  7.    20 Feb 2016 #367

    I used the iso from usb. I have to use device manager to update driver for graphics card Intel HD graphics 4000 after booting up to desktop. How do I update driver while booting or upgrade the iso to incorporate the display driver.
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  8.    21 Feb 2016 #368

    Just reporting an unusual problem I had with the recovery drive.

    I booted an old toshiba laptop using it (64bit capable) and it was ok except the laptop keyboard did not work as expected.

    When I pressed any key, I got the 'function key' shifted key instead of normal key. However when I pressed the function key at same time, I got the normal key ie the function key functionality was reversed.
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  9. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
       21 Feb 2016 #369

    By Default in my PE - Number locks is ON - thus a letter key - types a number..
    Turn Numbers Lock Off on that laptop..

    Or so I assume by your "Function Key" reversed..
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  10. Kyhi's Avatar
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       21 Feb 2016 #370

    lvgandhi said: View Post
    I used the iso from usb. I have to use device manager to update driver for graphics card Intel HD graphics 4000 after booting up to desktop. How do I update driver while booting or upgrade the iso to incorporate the display driver.
    You would have to use DISM to Mount the PE boot.wim, integrate the intel HD4000 Driver and commit the changes..

    Modify_WinPESE.zip will mount the PE Image
    Allowing you to then use DISM to integrate the driver
    once your finished, it will commit the changes and create another updated ISO file..

    The Modify_WinPESE.zip link is in first post.. The discussion is a few pages back..
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