Windows 10: How do i change where the Anniversary Update files go?
Is your system disk completely allocated to partitions with no spare space? I think you need at least 450Mb free for a new Recovery partition to be created.
Unfortunately, all of my partitions is allocated to the recovery
Some odd partition sizes there (your first 2 recovery partitions).
You have plenty of free space on C:
I guess your comment
"I discovered that the Update Files go to my Recovery Partition" refers to the OEM partition. I see what you mean now- the media creation tool is writing to that. Sorry, made an assumption before.
So what I suggest is that you download the iso directly
Windows 10 ISO
(& see Tutorial section). Just make sure you choose the right one.
You can burn a DVD, create a bootable USB drive with Rufus (free tool) or mount the iso.
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