04-19-2018 05:36 PM
Within the past 3 months I've had my hands on both an HP laptop and a HP Desktop computer. I helped both these individuals setup their systems, BUT, I haven't found anything related to the normal "restore disk" DVD set that is usually made to allow the restore partition to be restored in the event the hard drive fails and the restore partition is lost? In the past with both Windows 8 and 7 that feature was always present but like I said, I haven't been able to find a way to do this on both the Laptop and the Desktop systems I've worked on lately.
So, can someone tell me how to make that restore DVD set for these HP Windows 10 computer systems?
04-19-2018 07:46 PM - edited 04-19-2018 07:52 PM
@Lone_Gunman, welcome to the forum.
Here is a guide to help you solve your problem. You can use HP Recovery Manager to make the Recovery media. It is best to use a 16 GB Thumb drive for this purpose. To find the HP Recovery Manager, simply type HP Recovery Manager in the Windows search box and choose it from the list that appears.
You can also create a Microsoft Recovery USB Drive for Win 10. Here is a guide for that purpose.
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