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Hi,
 
You can create a Win 10 recovery USB drive from any working PC or laptop that has Win 10 installed.
 
Go to Control Panel > Recovery and find the links to create a recovery USB.
 
They say it will fit on a 4GB USB flashdrive but get a 8GB one to be sure. It takes about 40-60 minutes to create.
 
Once you have the recovery USB, change the boot order option in the laptop to select the USB as the 1st boot choice.
 
Insert the USB recovery flashdrive and restart the laptop. It should boot from the USB drive into the Windows Recovery Environment menus.
 
Select ''Troubleshooting ''and then ''Advanced''. '''DO NOT select "Reset this PC" ''' as this will erase your data and reinstall Windows. Then select ''REPAIRStartup Repair'' and follow the prompts.
Select ''Troubleshooting ''and then ''Advanced''. '''DO NOT select "Reset this PC" ''' as this will erase your data and reinstall Windows. Then select ''REPAIRStartup Repair'' and follow the prompts.

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Hi,
 
You can create a Win 10 recovery USB drive from any working PC or laptop thanthat has Win 10 installed.
You can create a Win 10 recovery USB drive from any working PC or laptop thanthat has Win 10 installed.
 
Go to Control Panel > Recovery and find the links to create a recovery USB.
 
They say it will fit on a 4GB USB flashdrive but get a 8GB one to be sure. It takes about 40-60 minutes to create.
 
Once you have the recovery USB, change the boot order option in the laptop to select the USB as the 1st boot choice.
 
Insert the USB recovery flashdrive and restart the laptop. It should boot from the USB drive into the Windows Recovery Environment menus.
 
Select ''Troubleshooting ''and then ''Advanced''. '''DO NOT select "Reset this PC" ''' as this will erase your data and reinstall Windows. Then select ''REPAIR'' and follow the prompts.

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
You can create a Win 10 recovery USB drive from any working PC or laptop than has Win 10 installed.
 
Go to Control Panel > Recovery and find the links to create a recovery USB.
 
They say it will fit on a 4GB USB flashdrive but get a 8GB one to be sure. It takes about 40-60 minutes to create.
 
Once you have the recovery USB, change the boot order option in the laptop to select the USB as the 1st boot choice.
 
Insert the USB recovery flashdrive and restart the laptop. It should boot from the USB drive into the Windows Recovery Environment menus.
Insert the USB recovery flashdrive and restart the laptop. It should boot from the USB drive into the Windows Recovery Environment menus.
 
Select ''Troubleshooting ''and then ''Advanced''. '''DO NOT select "Reset this PC" ''' as this will erase your data and reinstall Windows. Then select ''REPAIR'' and follow the prompts.

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Message d'origine par : jayeff ,

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Hi,

You can create a Win 10 recovery USB drive from any working PC or laptop than has Win 10 installed.

Go to Control Panel > Recovery and find the links to create a recovery USB.

They say it will fit on a 4GB USB flashdrive but get a 8GB one to be sure. It takes about 40-60 minutes to create.

Once you have the recovery USB, change the boot order option in the laptop to select the USB as the 1st boot choice.

Insert the USB and restart the laptop. It should boot from the USB drive into the Windows Recovery Environment menus.

Select ''Troubleshooting ''and then ''Advanced''.  '''DO NOT select "Reset this PC"  ''' as this will erase your data and reinstall Windows. Then select ''REPAIR'' and follow the prompts.

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