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How do I recover using a system image on a partition in Win 10?


The Sly Fox

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When I was using Win 7 I partitioned off a small part of my HDD and put a system image there. Any time my C Drive got corrupted or played up I'd simply reboot, hit F8 and direct the computer to format C: and make a nice clean reinstall from the system image.

 

Now I have a new laptop running Win 10. I've partitioned off a section of the HDD and put a system image there. But I can't see any way of getting Win 10 to find that system image. I've read lots of support pages but nothing works. I go into settings and recovery but whatever I try I just end up with it booting back into Windows.

 

Any help will be much appreciated.

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7 hours ago, The Sly Fox said:

When I was using Win 7 I partitioned off a small part of my HDD and put a system image there. Any time my C Drive got corrupted or played up I'd simply reboot, hit F8 and direct the computer to format C: and make a nice clean reinstall from the system image.

 

Now I have a new laptop running Win 10. I've partitioned off a section of the HDD and put a system image there. But I can't see any way of getting Win 10 to find that system image. I've read lots of support pages but nothing works. I go into settings and recovery but whatever I try I just end up with it booting back into Windows.

 

Any help will be much appreciated.

I created a USB recovery stick, but I never needed it.

You will most probably need a 32 Gb recovery stick.

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10 hours ago, simplex said:

Boot into the recovery menu and choose restore the image from there: https://www.howtogeek.com/126016/three-ways-to-access-the-windows-8-boot-options-menu/

If that does not work, use acronis true image to create a clean image and boot from the acronis CD to restore it.


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Thanks for the link. I've followed all these directions. Seems Win 10 cannot see the partition and the image, and I can't see any way to direct it to the location. Think I'll take the laptop to TukCom and have Win 7 installed. I find Win 10 too frustrating, and there's nothing about it that I prefer over Win 7.

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