Things to do before updating bios
As long as you have the space you can use any drive you have on hand as long as it can hold the drive image.
So, for example, if you have a 2TB external drive that you have a few hundred GB of photos backed up on, you can also use it (space permitting) to backup your Windows disk image with no risk to your photos or other data.
To follow along with us today you’ll need the following things: A few points of consideration before we proceed.
It couldn’t be easier and if you do things correctly on the setup and imaging side of things, the restoration side of things is a walk in the park.Once the files from Microsoft finish downloading you’ll find yourself in the final step of the Rescue Media Wizard.Select your USB drive carefully; while the recovering media creation process doesn’t format your USB drive it does dump a bunch of files onto the disk and make some minor modifications you’ll just have to turn around and undo.When the process is complete it’s safe to eject the recovery disk (you won’t need it again until it is time to restore your system at a later date).This portion of the tutorial occurs on your PC installing Windows 10.
The first step in the wizard process is confirming you have the right version of Windows PE.