Windows 10: Create Recovery Drive in Windows 10
I did not read all the thread but a Little so forgive me for being lazy
!1 witch files are we backing up on the thumb Drive ??
!2 I do allot of registry tweaks and services tweaks I would Like to know how to back these files and How to recover them ??
Because this is no fun when ur system goes down and specially with me Because all these tweaks I try out then i have to do a restore Just to find out that every thing i did is gone and have to start all over
Does any one here know how to do it manually or with third party software
For what you're wanting, it would be best to create a system image using something like Macrium Reflect Free.
I have that I downloaded it yesterday also I was on here and looking through the Tutorials and one member was talking how to use it to do windows 10 images
so do an every day image ?? thats not going to work OR ???
You can create an image as often as you like with Macrium based on your needs.
Ok cool also I would Like to bugg u today with all my little Questions here
I use jet clean for cleaning juck from internet and so on it is just like C Cleaner
do you think these programs will change every thing i do in the registry ?? in other words will these programs reset the registry every time I run the Program
It would be best to create new threads for each separate issue instead to keep this tutorial on topic.
I will do that Sorry newbi here
I thought we should save some space
For those unable to create a Recovery Drive with the back up system files box checked:
(1) Open an administrative command prompt, type REAGENTC /Info and press the ENTER key. On the screen, check to see if 'Recovery Image Location' is blank. If it is, try the following steps:
(2) Obtain an INSTALL.WIM file from a Windows 10 ISO file. If the ISO file you have contains an INSTALL.ESD, convert it to INSTALL.WIM (I use NTLite, but there are other conversion utilities that should work as well).
(3) Create a directory on the hard drive called C:\Win10-Recovery and copy the INSTALL.WIM to it.
(4) Open an administrative command prompt and type the following line and press the ENTER key:
REAGENTC /SetOSImage /Path C:\Win10-Recovery\INSTALL.WIM /Index 1
(5) At the administrative command prompt, type REAGENTC /Info and press the ENTER key. The 'Recovery Image Location' should no longer be blank.
(6) Try to create the Recovery Drive with the system files.
Yes you are right it is Empty i must look for an ISO first
But can you please explain a little about what we are backing up or what we are doing
Thank you for your help
That is not applicable for what you are wanting. A recovery drive with back up system files checked will only include to be able to reinstall Windows. It will not include your accounts, apps, or files.
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