I have bought my first Dell, an Inspirion 17 5767, 3 weeks ago.
My device results in the devices list for SupportAssist OS Recovery
Seems a very good software for managing images and backups etc...
I have trouble to run it.
And in my BIOS I have the option enabled for SupportAssist OS Recovery.
I have noticed that SupportAssist OS Recovery is missed on my device; in the notebook isn't installed the SupportAssist Remediation service....
In the drivers & download page I can't find this package software download ...
I have contacted support and they didn't help me to find this software, they talked about using WinRE for any restore etc... But I want use SupportAssist OS Recovery!
Why DELL didn't installed the software in my device??? And how can I resolve this problem???
Someone can help me find the software??
As far as I know its not actually software you can download but its in the UEFI/BIOS. When you hit F12 like you want to select a different disk to boot or go into BIOS, there should be an option to use it.
Support Assist is for older windows versions up to 8.1. It's not for windows 10. There is a Dell Help and Support App in the drivers and download list, but that is most likely already installed. See this site--
They now have an OS recovery tool.