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    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #470

    BobSter2 said:
    Clutching at straws, I made a 64bit version of the rescue disc. Same result
    Have you ever managed to create a bootable USB drive of any kind for that machine?
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  2. Posts : 123
    Windows 10
       #471

    err, no, but other than those mentioned in this thread, I've never really tried. Other then Linux Boot discs or Macrium Rescue discs, what should I look at?
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  3. Posts : 46,620
    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #472

    BobSter2 said:
    err, no, but other than those mentioned in this thread, I've never really tried. Other then Linux Boot discs or Macrium Rescue discs, what should I look at?
    Might be worth trying a W10 install disk created by the media creation tool. https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/soft...load/windows10
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    10 Home x64 (21H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #473

    BobSter2 said:
    err, no, but other than those mentioned in this thread, I've never really tried. Other then Linux Boot discs or Macrium Rescue discs, what should I look at?


    The smallest and quickest way to make a bootable usb is to make a Windows 10 Recovery Drive usb with the box to include system files unticked. You can make this on the PC itself without having to downloading anything. It should boot to Advanced Startup.

    Create Recovery Drive in Windows 10 | Tutorials
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  5. Posts : 123
    Windows 10
       #474

    kado897 said:
    Might be worth trying a W10 install disk created by the media creation tool. https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/soft...load/windows10
    Windows>Advanced settings>Restart>Use a Device>UEFI:Removable Device>
    does nowt (it just boots to standard the Windows startup screen)

    My F7 BIOS menu can't see the drive.

    Explorer sees the drive and double clicking the setup.exe in there kicks-off something likely-looking (I aborted it).

    But ain't no booting going on...
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  6. Posts : 46,620
    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #475

    BobSter2 said:
    Windows>Advanced settings>Restart>Use a Device>UEFI:Removable Device>
    does nowt (it just boots to standard the Windows startup screen)

    My F7 BIOS menu can't see the drive.

    Explorer sees the drive and double clicking the setup.exe in there kicks-off something likely-looking (I aborted it).

    But ain't no booting going on...
    I really don't know what to suggest. It would seem that your device can't successfully boot from USB.
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  7. Posts : 123
    Windows 10
       #476

    It does rather look that way, doesn't it?

    I notice in Windows Advanced "Use a Device" settings, there is an option for "UEFI: Network Device". I know nothing about that. I have a (WD Cloud) NAS, Would it help any with a Macrium Reflect Rescue? ... If so, how would one configure the Rescue files on the NAS?
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  8. Posts : 46,620
    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #477

    BobSter2 said:
    It does rather look that way, doesn't it?

    I notice in Windows Advanced "Use a Device" settings, there is an option for "UEFI: Network Device". I know nothing about that. I have a (WD Cloud) NAS, Would it help any with a Macrium Reflect Rescue? ... If so, how would one configure the Rescue files on the NAS?
    I really have no idea about that I'm afraid.
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  9. Posts : 123
    Windows 10
       #478

    Actually, I suppose that if i could get as far as Windows-with-networking, then I probably wouldn't need a rescue disk, anyway!

    Guess I'll have to put this one in the "tried but failed" pile....
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  10. Posts : 46,620
    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #479

    BobSter2 said:
    Actually, I suppose that if i could get as far as Windows-with-networking, then I probably wouldn't need a rescue disk, anyway!

    Guess I'll have to put this one in the "tried but failed" pile....
    Since you can boot to the rescue environment via the menu most situations can be recovered from there, however if you can't get to the boot menu then you are in trouble. Also if you ever need to reinstall windows then you are stuck. It's not an ideal situation. I wonder if there is a forum somewhere for your device where you may be able to get more information.
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