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got update from windows 10 home to windows 10 pro

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hey,

i got updated from windows 10 home to windows pro.

now if do a secondary recover by the process DELETING 'rmcstatus.bin & rebecca.dat'

will i get the recovery disc of windows pro or windows home itself?

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got update from windows 10 home to windows 10 pro

The HP Recovery partition and HP Recovery Media you create from that partition will always reinstall the originally provided OS. There is no way to update the HP Recovery partition to a different OS or create HP Recovery Media for your computer that contains a different OS.

 

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thank you for the support. but can you help me how to do a secondary recovery ? because i followed the steps

 

1) Delete the file RMCStatus.bin (hidden) from two places:

  •   C:\Program Files(x86)\Hewlett-Packard\Recovery Manager\
  •   The root of a drive D:\ (RECOVERY partition)

 2) Remove Rebecca.dat ( hidden) from:

  • C:\Windows\System32\

 

but can't any files like this

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