Using a USB and Micro SD to Restore


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Mike Kassis
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I assume I can restore my LG gram (Win 10 Home and a 256G SSD) from an image file stored on the gram's 256G micro SD and using a rescue boot USB. Right?
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It will depend on whether your Rescue Media has the necessary drivers to work with the Micro SD card reader.  But don't assume, as it's risky and unnecessary.  Create Rescue Media, make sure you can boot your system from it, and then see if the Rescue environment can see your Micro SD card (and for that matter your internal SSD, since obviously you also need to be able to see that in order to perform a restore.)

Edited 9 February 2019 9:35 PM by jphughan
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jphughan - 9 February 2019 9:35 PM
It will depend on whether your Rescue Media has the necessary drivers to work with the Micro SD card reader.  But don't assume, as it's risky and unnecessary.  Create Rescue Media, make sure you can boot your system from it, and then see if the Rescue environment can see your Micro SD card (and for that matter your internal SSD, since obviously you also need to be able to see that in order to perform a restore.)



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Perfect. I understand. Thank you for your clear answer.
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