A recovery drive is exactly what its name implies. With a recovery drive, you can fix any problems and restore your computer. The recovery drive is connected to a computer. That is, if you have created the recovery drive on your computer, it will only work on that particular system. But you should know that it doesn't save your personal files or applications. Using it, you can fix errors and reinstall Windows by yourself. Therefore, keep a backup copy of your files as well.
How to create a recovery drive
Follow these steps to create a recovery drive in Windows 10.
Step 1. Go to Cortana and type Create a recovery drive. Select the same from the results.
Step 2. Keeping system files in Recovery Drive is an option. If you choose it, it will take an hour to prepare the recovery drive. But then you can reinstall Windows with it. So choose wisely. If you want to back up your system files, check the box next to it. If you just want the recovery drive to restart your computer and fix the problem, uncheck the box. Click on The next after that.
Step 3. Connect a USB flash drive to your computer and select it. Click on The next now.
4 Phase. The Recovery Drive application will show you a warning that all contents of the USB drive will be deleted. If you have files, back them up to another drive. When you're ready, click Creation.
After the last step, creating the recovery drive will take some time. If you have chosen to back up system files to Recovery Drive, it may take over an hour. When the process is complete, click to end.
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