Windows 10: Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
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Thx, I'll check that out. As for contributing help, I seem to be able to mess more up than I fix, but I'll contribute when possible. ;-)
Scorched CPU Theory
Then best get a system image program like Macrium Reflect(paid or free, which is good enough actually):
Macrium Reflect Free
And this thread in the forums is where you can see when there is an update, and if you should update the recovery drive:
Solved New Macrium Reflect Update - Windows 10 Forums
And here is an excellent tutorial on how to set it up and use:
Macrium Reflect - Backup Restore - Windows 10 Forums
Hello everyone, I want to ask something
So, I'm doing an In-place Upgrade right now without turning off secure boot in my UEFI settings.
Will there any errors or something that can ruin my system?
Thanks in advance.
Flight Team Leader
No sir, should not be a problem. You're already up and running in the OS when you start the in-place upgrade/repair. It will prep the files it needs and boot a few times, but because it's booting as part of the process, there will be no issues. The UEFI Safe Boot deals with booting from external media, like DVDs or a USB thumb drive.
Hope this helps, and good luck with your repair! TC
Do a good system image backup first, just to be safe. Good practice.
Ah, I see. Thanks for your fast reply
Flight Team Leader
You're welcome! To be safe, as always, do a backup first. Good luck. TC
step:4 To do a repair install of Windows 10 with an ISO file - Can I use a Windows 10 DVD that I burned?
This tutorial will show you how to do a repair install of Windows 10 by performing an in-place upgrade without losing anything. Is this tutorial just for an upgrade? Or can I use this method to repair my Windows 10 Pro install, while keeping all of my installed programs? Thanks
Hello dlfetters48, and welcome to Ten Forums.
Yes, you can use a Windows 10 DVD as well. When you open the DVD, you would just pick up at step 4C.
A repair install is used to repair your current installation by basically doing an in-place upgrade using the same build so you don't lose anything during the process.
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