Where can I get a legit Windows 10 repair disc File/ISO?


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As the title says can anyone point me where can i get the file i got Acer laptop and it wont boot i wanna try something using repair disc but i forgot to create one nor i dont have any friends who uses windows 10 thank you!
 
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You can use the link above to get the latest ISO by using the media creation tool on that page.
Once you have the ISO, you can use ImgBurn to burn it to a DVD, http://imgburn.com/ (dual layer burner and media required)
or Rufus to burn it to a USB ThumbDrive, http://rufus.akeo.ie/ (8 gig more than adequate).
Either or both will serve as a repair disc as well as installation media.
 
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"i dont have any friends who uses windows 10"
Should be able to use a Win7 or Win8/8.1 computer to do the downloading. Don't know that the MCT/Media Creation Tool will run on Linux.
 
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"i dont have any friends who uses windows 10"
Should be able to use a Win7 or Win8/8.1 computer to do the downloading. Don't know that the MCT/Media Creation Tool will run on Linux.
As Trouble says _ the media creation tool leads you to the iso download. I don’ think there is any reason why you cannot. I assume there is a linux tool that can then burn it to a dvd?
But without a working computer, he will have to get someone else to do it,
 

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As far as I know the link above will work to obtain the ISO from practically any device, OS and or Browser.
It will look different and behave different but I have purposely used a Chrome Extension called "User-Agent Switcher" to spoof a different OS to just grab the ISO without the Media Creation Tool.
Here's an example of the site with Chrome pretending to be an Android version (KitKat).

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You can use the link above to get the latest ISO by using the media creation tool on that page.
Once you have the ISO, you can use ImgBurn to burn it to a DVD, http://imgburn.com/ (dual layer burner and media required)
or Rufus to burn it to a USB ThumbDrive, http://rufus.akeo.ie/ (8 gig more than adequate).
Either or both will serve as a repair disc as well as installation media.



Thank you may i know how many GB the ISO file is?
 
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The full version (32 and 64bit together) is 6.4GB. If you need only either one, it is significant less (about 3 to 4GB)
 

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