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Not sure if this is the right place to post, but...
Using Reflect 7, V 7.2, Build 3957 on a Win 10 64 bit system.
Created Recovery CD Disk w/o any problems (Reflect asked me to update the Win PE components first, which I did).
To be safe, tried to create recovery USB drive (2 GB)... Reflect reported I was missing a network Driver .INF file, asked me to provide it. Had no idea where to find it, and moreover not sure if installing a Network driver will mess with my system, or it is just for the boot environment. So I clicked on "Cancel". My PC hung. Rebooted, hung at splash screen. Rebooted again, got a message to select which boot media I wanted to use. Made sure to remove the recovery USB drive (which supposedly had not been built since the driver info was missing), and rebooted yet again. This time, after a LONG time, PC booted normally.
1) Why could I create a rescue CD (altho I have not tested it...) but not a rescue USB?
2) If someone can point me to the missing driver, does installing it affect only the PE environment, or my PC itself?
3) Since the PE environment build failed because of the missing driver (am I correct?) and I tried to cancel out, why did my PC hang and have so much trouble re-booting?
Many thanks for any help you can offer this newbie....