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Old 11-30-2016, 04:50 PM   #1
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Okay, your upgrade or installed Windows 10 is working fine and you're happy. Now, not later is the time to go to the Control Panel>Backup and Restore>Create a System Repair Disc. We at TSF constantly find members who could greatly curtail their frustration and aggravation if they had performed this simple task.
It's also important to put the disc in a container for protection and store it in a safe place, but also one you can be sure to remember.
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agreed!
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Just done it Corday now all I need is a black pen to write on it.
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Question: Why does it say for "Windows 7". I have a retail install of windows 10.

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This is an MS mystery. It works for 8, 8.1 and 10. I recommend dragging or copy/pasting individual folders like pictures and docs also as they're easier to restore individual items from.
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