If you run into problems with your PC, a USB recovery drive can help you troubleshoot and fix those problems, even if Windows won’t start. A recovery drive is a USB version of a system repair disc with an option to include the system files to be able to also reset Windows 10 from the recovery drive .
This steps will show you how to create a bootable USB recovery drive that only boots to advanced startup options used to help troubleshoot and recover your Windows 10.
You must be signed in as an administrator to be able to createa recovery drive.
A created 32-bit USB recovery drive can only be created in a 32-bit Windows 10 and used to repair a 32-bit Windows 10.
A created 64-bit USB recovery drive can only be created in a 64-bit Windows 10 and used to repair a 64-bit Windows 10.
If you have Windows booted in Safe Mode,then you will not be able to create a recovery drive.
How to Create A Recovery Drive for Windows 10 Using A USB Flash Drive
1. Do step 2 or step 3 below for how you would like to open Recovery Media Creator .
2. Open your Start menu, type Recovery Drive exe in the search box, press Enter, and go to step 4 below.
3. Open the Control Panel (icons view) , and click/tap on the Recovery icon. Click/tap on the Create a recovery drive link.
4. If prompted by UAC , click/tap on Yes.
5. Check or Uncheck the Back up system files to the recovery drive box for what you want to do, and click/tap on Next.
6. Select the USB flash drive (ex: “E:\ (USB)” ) you want to make a recovery drive, and click/tap on Next.
7. When ready to start, click/tap on Create.
8. The USB recovery drive will now be
9. When finished, click/tap on Finish.
10. Remove the USB flash drive. This is now your new Windows 10 recovery drive.
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