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Recovery options in Windows 10. Content provided by Microsoft. ... If you're having problems with your PC, the following table can help you decide which recovery option to use. For help with black screen or blue screen errors, see Troubleshoot black screen problems or Troubleshoot blue screen errors. Problem See this section

The recovery image is stored on a dedicated recovery partition on your PC, and is typically 3 to 6 GB in size. To save space on your PC, you can delete the recovery image from your PC and use a recovery drive instead. Windows 8.1 includes a built-in tool to create a USB recovery drive. Windows will let you know how big the recovery partition is ...

The BitLocker setup process enforces the creation of a recovery key at the time of activation. If you are unable to locate a required BitLocker recovery key and are unable to revert and configuration change that might have cause it to be required, you’ll need to reset your device using one of the Windows 10 recovery options. Resetting your ...

Recover lost or deleted files. Content provided by Microsoft. Applies to: Windows 7. Select Product Version. Note. If you've recently updated Windows 10 and are having problems finding files, see Find lost files after the upgrade to Windows 10.

Review title of Braden Works, but needs more recovery options. Great tool, however it needs more recovery options, in addition to a full image restore. What it needs is an option to create a clean Windows image (no pre-installed drivers or software) and a Drivers and Applications recovery image. Other than that, the app runs great!