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Backup System Files to the Recovery Drive in Windows 10

Posted on Sep 14, 2017 by Abby Haines to Todo Backup Resource

Summary:
Here, you can learn how to backup system files to the recovery drive in Windows 10. Try it to create a recovery drive so that you can perform a Windows installation whenever your PC appears some problem or even refuse to boot.

How do I backup system files to the recovery drive? 

"I'm trying to create a Windows 10 recovery drive, but I get an error saying that: 

We can't create the recovery drive. 
A problem occurred while creating the recovery drive.

Searching on Google, I was told that the problem occurred because I have checked 'Backup system files to the recovery drive' option during the process. Is there any fixes?" 

Can you uncheck backup system files to the recovery drive option? 

Have you ever caught in a similar situation mentioned above? And will you choose to uncheck backup system files to the recovery drive option to get can't create recovery drive in Windows 10 problem fixed? You may think it is hard to make a decision before figuring out what the option means. Next, we will explain it:

Checking backup system files to the recovery drive option while creating a recovery drive will allow you to perform a Windows installation from the recovery drive whenever your PC appears some problem or even refuse to boot.  

Backup system files to the recovery drive using EaseUS free backup software​

If you don't want to give up the benefit mentioned above, you may like our alternative solution - try EaseUS free backup software to backup system files to the recovery drive. Before starting, please prepare a USB flash drive that is at least 8-16 GB. 

Step 1. Connect your USB drive to PC, launch EaseUS free backup software and then choose System Backup.

Backup system files to the recovery drive - choose System Backup option

Step 2. Select the USB drive as the backup destination and click Proceed to execute the operation.

Backup system files to the recovery drive using EaseUS free backup software