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How to Use DaRT 10 to Diagnose and Repair Windows 10 Computers




If you have a Windows 10 computer that cannot boot or has problems starting, you might want to use DaRT 10 to diagnose and repair it. DaRT 10 stands for Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset 10, and it is a part of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) that is available to Software Assurance customers[^1^]. DaRT 10 lets you create a bootable recovery image that contains various tools to help you recover your computer, such as a registry editor, a file explorer, a crash analyzer, a malware scanner, and more.




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In this article, we will show you how to use DaRT 10 to create and deploy a recovery image, and how to use it to fix common issues with Windows 10 computers.


Creating the DaRT 10 Recovery Image




To create the DaRT 10 recovery image, you need to download the DaRT 10 ISO file from the Microsoft Learn website[^1^] or from other sources such as Archive.org[^2^]. The ISO file contains both the 32-bit and the 64-bit versions of DaRT 10. You can use any ISO burning software to burn the ISO file to a CD, DVD, or USB drive. Alternatively, you can extract the ISO file to a folder on your computer and use the DaRT Recovery Image Wizard to create a WIM file that you can deploy to a remote partition or a recovery partition.


The DaRT Recovery Image Wizard lets you customize the recovery image by selecting which tools and drivers to include, setting a password for accessing the tools, and choosing a network configuration. You can also enable remote connection support, which allows you to connect to the DaRT 10 recovery environment from another computer using the Remote Connection tool.


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Deploying the DaRT 10 Recovery Image




Once you have created the DaRT 10 recovery image, you can deploy it to your target computer in different ways. You can boot from the CD, DVD, or USB drive that contains the recovery image, or you can copy the WIM file to a remote partition or a recovery partition on your computer. You can also use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) or Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) to deploy the recovery image over the network.


When you boot from the DaRT 10 recovery image, you will see a menu that lets you choose which tool to launch. You can also access other options such as Safe Mode, Command Prompt, or Startup Settings by pressing F8.


Using DaRT 10 Tools to Diagnose and Repair Windows 10 Computers




DaRT 10 provides various tools that can help you diagnose and repair Windows 10 computers that are unbootable or have problems starting. Here are some examples of how to use these tools:


  • If your computer has a blue screen error or crashes frequently, you can use the Crash Analyzer tool to analyze the memory dump files and find out which drivers or applications are causing the problem. You can then use the Registry Editor tool or the File Explorer tool to disable or remove the problematic drivers or applications.



  • If your computer is infected with malware or viruses, you can use the Defender tool to scan your computer and remove any malicious software. You can also use the Disk Wipe tool to securely erase your hard drive if you want to dispose of your computer.



  • If your computer has corrupted system files or missing boot files, you can use the System File Repair tool or the Locksmith tool to repair them. You can also use the SFC Scan tool or the Check Disk tool to check and fix any errors on your hard drive.



  • If your computer has lost or deleted files that are important to you, you can use the File Restore tool or the File Search tool to recover them. You can also use the Disk Commander tool or the Computer Management tool to manage your disk partitions and volumes.



  • If your computer has network issues or cannot connect to the internet, you can use the TCP/IP Config tool or the Hotfix Uninstall tool to troubleshoot them. You can also use the Remote Connection tool or the Solution Wizard tool to get help from another computer or from Microsoft support.



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