Windows 10 – Create Recovery Drive For Repairs Tutorial

Windows 10 - Create Recovery Drive For Repairs Tutorial

  Often there are times when we need to use a recovery option for Windows 10. This video shows how to create a recovery drive using a simple 8GB memory stick that can be used when needed to fix problems from outside Windows.  
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1. 00:00:00:00 / 00:00:07:13 - hello today's video is all about how to
 2. 00:00:03:56 / 00:00:10:32 - create a recovery drive and this is part
 3. 00:00:07:13 / 00:00:13:76 - one of shall we say a two-part series
 4. 00:00:10:32 / 00:00:16:07 - where we show you how to repair your
 5. 00:00:13:76 / 00:00:18:35 - registry for example if there's an issue
 6. 00:00:16:07 / 00:00:21:20 - that is stopping your computer starting
 7. 00:00:18:35 / 00:00:25:71 - up after installing a program or a
 8. 00:00:21:21 / 00:00:29:64 - driver etc okay this is also useful if
 9. 00:00:25:71 / 00:00:32:18 - you want to reinstall windows ok so
 10. 00:00:29:64 / 00:00:36:89 - basically the first thing you need to do
 11. 00:00:32:18 / 00:00:39:50 - is go over here click recovery or type
 12. 00:00:36:89 / 00:00:41:70 - recovery and you'll see recovery drive
 13. 00:00:39:50 / 00:00:45:59 - when this opens up you'll get a little
 14. 00:00:41:70 / 00:00:49:02 - prompt saying do you want to do that say
 15. 00:00:45:60 / 00:00:51:14 - yes ok now you have two options if
 16. 00:00:49:02 / 00:00:54:71 - you're just using it for a simple repair
 17. 00:00:51:14 / 00:00:56:39 - ok you can use this from another
 18. 00:00:54:71 / 00:00:59:78 - computer that's fine that's perfectly
 19. 00:00:56:39 / 00:01:01:92 - fine I would suggest you type this you
 20. 00:00:59:78 / 00:01:04:97 - can always use it for a future use and
 21. 00:01:01:92 / 00:01:08:60 - will be very very useful it does take
 22. 00:01:04:97 / 00:01:11:35 - time ok and you would need a USB thumb
 23. 00:01:08:60 / 00:01:15:00 - drive you know those little USB sticks I
 24. 00:01:11:35 / 00:01:18:42 - would say at least around 8gb 8
 25. 00:01:15:00 / 00:01:20:93 - gigabytes worth of size and once you
 26. 00:01:18:42 / 00:01:24:32 - click on that you click Next what's
 27. 00:01:20:93 / 00:01:30:32 - gonna happen is it's gonna create a
 28. 00:01:24:31 / 00:01:33:47 - system file and then basically all those
 29. 00:01:30:32 / 00:01:38:27 - files collect them and then copy it to
 30. 00:01:33:47 / 00:01:41:18 - the USB Drive so click Next and you'll
 31. 00:01:38:28 / 00:01:44:39 - see it'll take some time ok after a
 32. 00:01:41:18 / 00:01:47:27 - while it'll say what USB drives are
 33. 00:01:44:39 / 00:01:50:07 - available ok we've already done this so
 34. 00:01:47:28 / 00:01:52:25 - it's showing ye recovery otherwise it
 35. 00:01:50:06 / 00:01:55:10 - would be the name of your USB Drive that
 36. 00:01:52:25 / 00:01:57:54 - you've plugged in then you click Next
 37. 00:01:55:10 / 00:02:01:20 - it'll then say do you want to wipe
 38. 00:01:57:54 / 00:02:04:35 - everything and then we'll copy it you
 39. 00:02:01:20 / 00:02:07:97 - can click create and then just follow it
 40. 00:02:04:34 / 00:02:10:59 - through in the end it'll say the drive
 41. 00:02:07:97 / 00:02:12:93 - has been created etc
 42. 00:02:10:59 / 00:02:15:24 - we're gonna just stop this video at this
 43. 00:02:12:93 / 00:02:20:88 - point because we've already created the
 44. 00:02:15:24 / 00:02:24:45 - drive and show how to use this drive in
 45. 00:02:20:88 / 00:02:28:04 - our future videos okay thank you for
 46. 00:02:24:45 / 00:02:28:04 - watching hopefully this helped
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