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No System Reserved Partition on new windows install

reboot and see if it boots back normally. If it doesnt, use the W10 install media that you used to install the OS for repairs.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I just installed windows 10 home on a new computer, but I've noticed that, in my drive partition, the system reserved partition is missing. This is right after installing Windows. This isn’t normal, but is it serious? If not what should I do?

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reboot and see if it boots back normally. If it doesnt, use the W10 install media that you used to install the OS for repairs.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Levent said:

reboot and see if it boots back normally. If it doesnt, use the W10 install media that you used to install the OS for repairs.

It boots normally (everytime), so am I good?

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Just now, Jest a gamer 27 said:

It boots normally, so am I good?

yeah


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1 hour ago, Jest a gamer 27 said:

I just installed windows 10 home on a new computer, but I've noticed that, in my drive partition, the system reserved partition is missing. This is right after installing Windows. This isn’t normal, but is it serious? If not what should I do?

If you right click on the start menu and go into disk management, can you take a screenshot of this?

 

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