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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       #60

    Hello @tracit99,

    "Advanced Startup" is still available for me in "Recovery". I've updated the screenshot in Option 1 for what's in Windows 10 build 15063.
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  2. tracit99's Avatar
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       #61

    Shawn,
    I used a bad choice of words. I edited my post to be more accurate. The advanced options is missing in my Hyper-v VM of 15063. That may be by design.
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  3. Brink's Avatar
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       #62

    I just finished installing a fresh W10 build 15063 VM in Hyper-V to test, and Restart now is still available in Recovery for me.

    Something may have happened to your recovery partition.
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  4. tracit99's Avatar
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       #63

    I had the same thought, so I checked reagentc /info and it shows the recovery partition to be enabled. Also shift+restart from power menu does not do anything. I am investigating.
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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       #64

    Your findings will be interesting.
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  6. tracit99's Avatar
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       #65

    Well I am stumped. I have two Hyper-v VMs. One is a fresh install of 15063 and the other I created with Kari's tut Disk2vhd. Reagentc /info shows to be enabled on both VMs. Both VMs have bcd recovery environment entry. Both VMs have a recovery partition with the .sdi, .xml, and .wim files. Both VMs have advance startup missing in Recovery. I don't know what I did wrong or how to fix it.
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  7. Brink's Avatar
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       #66

    Just to verify, did you scroll down in Recovery to see if it may just be below scroll view?

    I know, but it happens.
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  8. tracit99's Avatar
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       #67

    I checked that and do not have anything to scroll.

    Boot to Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10-recovery.jpg
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  9. Brink's Avatar
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       #68

    Does it show you having the "System Reserved" partition in Disk Management?
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  10. tracit99's Avatar
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       #69

    I have been detained about 1 hour.
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