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How to Create Recovery Media for Windows 10 or 8


Making a backup of your computer is always useful just in case something happens to your computer.

Windows 8 and 10 can create a recovery drive or repair disc, which will allow you to easily restore your Windows operating system to its original state.

Note: 64-bit backups cannot be used to restore 32-bit and vice versa.

What you need is:

1. For recovery drive: USB flash drive with at least 8GB space

2. For repair disc: CD / DVD disk drive and disc

3. And also your time for 10-20 minutes

How to Create a USB Recovery Drive

1. Type “recovery drive” in the start menu then click the option that appears.

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2. Or you can also right-click on the start menu, then select "control panel", select "Recovery", then select "Create a recovery drive".

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3. Then select “Yes” when prompted to confirm.

4. A windows recovery drive will appear. Click "next". Prepare your USB Drive with 8GB of space.

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5. Then you will see a list of available devices. Choose the right device as the recovery drive, as it will be fully formatted before turning into a bootable drive.

6. Then continue the process, it will roughly take about 10-20 minutes for the whole process. Now you will see the USB flash drive appear as 'RECOVERY' in your file explorer.

How to Make a Repair Disc

1. Type “Backup and Restore (Windows 7)” in the start menu then click the option that appears.

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2. Click “Create a system repair disc”.

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3. The process is almost the same as above, insert your disc and click 'Create disc'. After the process is complete you can rename your disk with a label.

Hopefully, this article about Create Recovery Media for Windows 10 or 8, gives you a little insight. Also, read an article about Create Shortcuts for Windows Update in Windows 10 that you may need to know. Thank you.

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