Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk

  1. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #781

    Arese said:
    I did download the right file since I just booted it and it works fine.
    I got to check the tools live and I'll definitely keep that thumb in case of emergency
    Super! Check back occasionally because Kyhi does update it. It's a great tool to have tucked away. Cheers! TC
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       #782

    f14tomcat said:
    Super! Check back occasionally because Kyhi does update it. It's a great tool to have tucked away. Cheers! TC
    Good to know, I will !
    Thanks for your help, really appreciate it :)
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       #783

    Trying to use image health for dism repair but option to use source will not process, after mounting the image source it fails to scan with error remote procedure 1910. So still have 3 corrupt files that I can't get repaired, thanks for any help.
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  4. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #784

    Booting with Win10PESE takes incredibly long - 10-s of minutes! Is this normal for an all-solidstate system?
    you are booting from the USB and the files are being loaded into system memory
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  5. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #785

    csmdew said:
    Trying to use image health for dism repair but option to use source will not process, after mounting the image source it fails to scan with error remote procedure 1910. So still have 3 corrupt files that I can't get repaired, thanks for any help.
    You should then choose Option 0 to close the image health program and post the log files create on your desktop
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  6. csmdew's Avatar
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       #786

    Kyhi said:
    you are booting from the USB and the files are being loaded into system memory
    Don't know what you are saying; not booting from any usb, confused
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  7. csmdew's Avatar
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       #787

    Kyhi said:
    You should then choose Option 0 to close the image health program and post the log files create on your desktop
    Is this after you try 1, 2, &3 or just run 0? more confusion
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  8. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #788

    csmdew said:
    Is this after you try 1, 2, &3 or just run 0? more confusion
    @csmdew You say you are not booting from a USB. Could you please post the DISM command or procedure you are trying to use? Would be helpful to see what you see. Thanks.
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  9. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #789

    csmdew said:
    Don't know what you are saying; not booting from any usb, confused
    Was Responding to another member
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  10. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #790

    csmdew said:
    Is this after you try 1, 2, &3 or just run 0? more confusion
    After you run option 1 a txt file is created on your desktop = ScanHealth Details.txt
    After you run option 2 a txt file is created on your desktop = RestoreHealth Details.txt
    After you run option 3
    Choosing Option 0 to close the program as it creates a txt file on your desktop = Dism Details.txt

    Post those three txt files.... So we can see what is happening and what file(s) are being found as corrupt..

    You can also run option 7 and post the SFC Details.txt file created on your desktop
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