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  1.    23 May 2016 #60
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    This is what the address to the recovery image looks like [G:\ResetRecoveryImage] so I assume it's in the root directory. This is what the tutorial you directed me to brought up. https://gyazo.com/7d72d8ac532aa3bde8020815fb60ed02
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  2.    23 May 2016 #61
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    Also totally didn't mean to make another post, my bad.
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  3.    10 Apr 2017 #62
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    Windows 10

    Hi Shawn,

    In this whitepaper for "/setosimage" command MSDN says: "This setting is not used in Windows 10."
    REAgentC command-line options
    But you use "/setosimage" command in tutorial and apparently it works. Am I missing something or what?
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  4.    10 Apr 2017 #63
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 17046
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    Hello Yasak,

    I'll have to do some testing with this tomorrow to see if anything has changed.
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  5.    10 Apr 2017 #64
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    Hello Yasak,

    I'll have to do some testing with this tomorrow to see if anything has changed.
    Ok Shawn
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  6.    10 Apr 2017 #65
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 17046
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    Yasak,

    It apparently still works despite what the white paper suggests. The hardest part will be to get an official Windows 10 ISO file that uses Install.wim instead of Install.esd.

    You can use the tutorial below to confirm the recovery image location to see if it has changed like below.

    Find Reset Recovery Image Location in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials

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  7.    07 Jul 2017 #66
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    Win 10 Pro x64 17046 Skippy

    Shawn I know this is an old post (but updated in Apr) but I have used the ResetRecoveryImage on my last two Insider Builds and confirmed the location using reagentc /info. Apparently still works well. I have only one SSD drive on my laptop so I have the install.wim file stored on an external USB 3.0 SSD drive.
    Thanks for the TUT!
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  8.    07 Jul 2017 #67
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    Thank you for posting your results Fisher Mann.
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  9.    15 Sep 2017 #68
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    UK
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    Windows 10 Home x64 (Laptop), Windows 10 Pro x64 (Desktop)

    I used the command reagentc /setosimage /path "location\ResetRecoveryImage" /index 1 whilst troubleshooting an Adanced Starup menu problem but I don't want the reset recovery image anymore. How do I set a command using reagentc to remove it?
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  10.    15 Sep 2017 #69
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    Hey Steve,

    You could delete the ResetRecoveryImage folder to remove it, and have Windows use the default image instead.
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