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    Quote Originally Posted by unclelobsterman View Post
    ...Neither my WMCT drive nor my first Rufus one were actually compatible. Installed the latest Rufus and all was good. ..
    In Rufus, you need to select "MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI".
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    I want to make a clear win10 installation ( to have more free space) but I'm afraid to lose office .

    I have t100taf that include office for free for 1 year: is there a way to keep it and make a clear installation?


    or, once I upgrade win10, is possible to remove useless win8 recovery partition and include this space in main win10 partition?

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    Just killed my machine when I killed the recovery partition. Saved it off to the drive in my keyboard, but now I realize that while that's ok for saving the files, that's not going to be bootable. So now I've got a machine that won't start with no bootable media. Any suggestions?

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    Thanks! Awesome tips that brought me confidence to format it.

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    Recovery & Restore partitions are not the same.
    Questions for housekeeping after upgrading to Windows 10
    Asus Transformer T100TAM-C1-GM, Atom Z3775, 2GB-RAM, 64GB eMMC, Win8.1-32 updated to Win10-32
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