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  1.    2 Weeks Ago #70

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    BTW - I fully expect this to be something dumb I've done, so feel free to point and laugh...

    And further. Love the Mark Twain quote. Reminds of one of his others - I'd rather a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy...
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  2.    1 Week Ago #71

    Worked with A drive. Go figure....
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  3.    1 Week Ago #72

    dtonkz said: View Post
    Hi, everybody,

    if you want to hide recovery partition ? Change partition ID;
    after step 3.5, run cmd as administrators.

    open disk part;

    1 - DISKPART> select disk 0
    2 - DISKPART> list partition
    3 - DISKPART> select partition 1 (Now, select the recovery partition)
    [4 is Optional for don't remember recovery part]
    4 - DISKPART> detail partition (verify that it is recovery. Remember the Type value, this will be handy if something goes wrong)
    5 - DISKPART> set id = 27
    if everything goes ok, you will receive the following message “Diskpart successfully set the partition ID.“
    6 - DISKPART> exit (all done. close diskpart)

    07 = Windows NTFS
    17 = Hidden
    27 = OEM Recovery

    Finally, check Disk Management ; drive letter has been removed to the recovery partition and filesystem empty.
    Look like original OEM/Recovery partition on your hard drive.
    Just for those who have a GPT drive - you'll need to use 'set id=de94bba4-06d1-4d40-a16a-bfd50179d6ac' on your recovery partition, in step 5 above.
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       1 Week Ago #73

    Marko75 said: View Post
    Just for those who have a GPT drive - you'll need to use 'set id=de94bba4-06d1-4d40-a16a-bfd50179d6ac' on your recovery partition, in step 5 above.
    No, they do not need to do that.

    This custom recovery partition must not be mixed with default Windows 10 WinRE / OEM partition, the one Windows setup creates and which has that ID. Custom recovery partition as told in this tutorial does not require an ID, be it MBR or GPT disk.

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