Recently I bought a asus vivobook notebook which has genuine win 10 home pre-installed. But I have installed ubuntu 16.04 alongside it. For doing so I had to shrink the partition in which windows is installed. I have done it with windows' built in disk manager. Now I want to make a recovery disk so that I can recover my genuine windows in future.
So I go to
Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Recovery
Creat a recovery drive
Next on the new window. But after that it says
We can't create a recovery drive on this PC Some required files are missing.
But as shown in Fig1 windows has a recovery partition in disk1(last partition). Is it the shrinking that caused this damage? If so what are the alternatives to recover my genuine windows now? Or how can I help myself with that recovery partition on my hard-drive and what is it for? Or is it anything else that causing this problem?