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You fail to also mention that when backing up on external media, how much space that media should approx have. Recovery has been completed. That should be all you need to do. Wait while Windows resets your computer.

Figure : Refreshing your computer When ready, tap Refresh. You can then use this card in the future for the Microsoft Windows 8 features Refresh your PC and Reset your PC. Login or register to post comments Fleet Command on Sep 18, 2013 I myself use Acronis 2011 with Windows 7. This also worked for the new TF810C.

Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more. I wonder what the recovery path is for those of us who create their system image on DVD or on a network share. I really feel like a nice guy today :-) Login or register to post comments jd_hupp on Nov 4, 2013 I find that Win 8.1 no longer includes a tool to I cannot understand why Microsoft is doing all those things.

We buy in used Tablets and FREQUENTLY find someone has deleted the recovery partition to get more storage space......there's no way to get that back except spending $60 (inc tax and No, create an account now. Figure 1: Update and recovery On the Refresh your PC screen, tap Next. Then I read the last comment above and wondered if all this could be lost.

note: If you have a 32GB tablet, insert the micro SD card provided with your tablet (or a new blank 8GB or 16GB microSD card) into the microSD slot. The computer settings are returned to default values. We forgot to take a picture of this screen so this screenshot is from a virtual machine. try here System Recovery: This option reformats the system drive (usually C:), reinstalls the original operating system, and reinstalls all the original hardware drivers and software.

Read the caution screen, select Yes if you want to continue, and then tap Next. However LiveUpdate now lets me install those two updates again. Login or register to post comments tWiZzLeR on Sep 13, 2013 For using powershell to schedule a system image backup I found this article: http://www.howtogeek.com/167984/how-to-create-and-restore-system-image-b... I love it for the quick restores when your whole system rolls over dead, and it beats a full re-install + re-downloading several GB of Onedrive files for offline use.

Figure : Recovery device connection If your tablet shipped with a micro SD card, insert that card into the micro SD slot. http://winsupersite.com/windows-8/windows-81-tip-use-system-image-backup Tap Finish on the Recovery is complete screen to continue to Windows setup. If you need help backing up your files, you might want to contact a professional data recovery service. When finished, reboot.

Step 6: When it’s done, select Finish. NOTE: If you have a 32GB tablet, insert the micro SD card provided with your tablet (or a new blank 8GB or 16GB microSD card) into the microSD slot. Is my version not the RTM? The only automated backup that cover programs and files, can restore to a different PC and doesn't slow the computer (that I could find) is Zinstall Backup.

Figure 21: Power and Volume Down buttons From the Startup menu tap Boot Device Options. When the reset is complete, your computer will restart. And because we replaced Windows 8 entirely we'll need to download the recovery USB. Apps and other software that were originally installed on the computer are reinstalled and their settings are reset to defaults.

Figure 4: Refreshing your computer When the refresh is complete and the lock screen appears, login to Windows. You'll just stop doing it eventually. Under Remove everything and reinstall Windows, tap Get started.

Figure : Reset your PC screen Read and respond to any screens that open.

Applies to Surface Book, Surface Book with Performance Base, Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 3, Surface 3, Surface Pro 2, Surface 2, Surface Pro, Surface RT. Thank you! Figure 25: Factory image recovery preparations screen showing progress When the Factory image recovery preparations screen appears and asks to insert a supplemental USB drive, tap Skip if you do not After reboot my mobile broadband is back again, yay!

Login or register to post comments Paul Thurrott on Sep 22, 2013 This appears in the RTM version of Windows 8.1. And if you're interested in how Windows 8.1 changes the recovery story, be sure to check out Hands-On with Windows 8.1: System Recovery. While pressing the Volume Down button, press the Power button for 2 seconds and release. You'll want to select Troubleshoot… And then select Reset your PC.

I have an hp envy 23, i7, 8 GB Ram Login or register to post comments Peterw on Apr 10, 2014 Well many folks are busy using 2nd hand Tablets.....especially those But everything is NOT in the cloud. Back up your important information before attempting the recovery. We are sorry this solution didn't resolve your issue.

Option 2: Enter a Surface product serial number Product Choose a product Serial Number Where do I find this? it's a bunch of garbage. Figure : Update and recovery On the Reset your PC screen, tap Next. Once inserted the memory, put back the back panel.

You can also try one of the following: Make an appointment at a store near you for free, in-person support.