Windows 10: Created the Rescue Media, How Do I Check it?

Discus and support Created the Rescue Media, How Do I Check it? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Something got fouled up, my stuff went missing, dont know if Im in right spot now. Said to check if the rescue media works 115706 Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by ImLost, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. ImLost Win User

    Created the Rescue Media, How Do I Check it?


    Something got fouled up, my stuff went missing, dont know if Im in right spot now. Said to check if the rescue media works

    :)
     
    ImLost, Aug 9, 2018
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  2. Stevekir Win User

    Virtual Disk Service error when creating WinPE Rescue Media


    Thanks.

    I have a suggestion. You advise restoring from a Macrium Image from within Macrium Rescue Media rather than from within Windows itself (that is, not with the normal desktop showing). It seems to me that would have to be be done without access to your tut (which is online). I have therefore printed it out on paper and filed it away. I suggest you might like to consider putting a note about that at the end of Part 5 of your tut.

    It is really very helpful to have well illustrated step-by-step tuts like this. Thanks for all your efforts.
     
    Stevekir, Aug 9, 2018
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  3. oeivinr Win User
    Problems creating a rescue media for Macrium Reflect


    Thanx for your suggestion. It worked as far as creating a USB rescue media. File manager shows folders and files with names like like Boot, Drivers, EFI etc which is suggestive of the USB being bootable, but unfortunately it would not boot. I entered the bios and changed the boot sequence, putting USB hard drive first, saved changes and exited. Restarted and cold started to no awail. PLease, can you help me with some ideas of how to rectify this problem. Thanx.
     
    oeivinr, Aug 9, 2018
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  4. OldMike65 Win User

    Created the Rescue Media, How Do I Check it?

    create macrium rescue media for win 7 32 bit from win 10 64 bit pc


    Should be on your C-Drive in your BOOT Folder. Also the PE version you made will only work on your friends computer if his drivers are the same as yours....read below.....

    If the hardware for all your computers is supported by the default Windows PE driver set, then the answer is a simple yes. You can confirm this on the Rescue Media Wizard drivers page. If all the drivers listed have the status Device support in WinPE or Compatible device support in WinPE for each of your machines then you only need one rescue media.
    If any of your machines require extra drivers, then you have three options:

    • Create one piece of rescue media for each machine.
    • Invoke the Create Rescue Media Wizard on each of your machines.
      • Locate all the necessary drivers and progress to the Rescue Media Burnpage before canceling.
      • Copy the contents of folder 'C:\boot\macrium\drivers' from each machine to one machine.
      • Burn a Rescue CD on that machine.
    • Using the Rescue media wizard, create a bootable USB stick, inserting the same device on each machine in turn.
    Note: Options 2 and 3 only work if all your machines are configured to use the same version of PE with the same architecture (i.e. they are all 32-bit or all 64-bit).
     
    OldMike65, Aug 9, 2018
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