I told you you should make fat32 active as we have created this partition to support both booting from UEFI and BIOS and i have also told you when you boot your computer with Windows 10 Setup DVD or USB when you try to restore backup image you will not be prompted to select any user as you so that is what happened.
Yes I know this partition needs to be active to support UEFI boot but I had to temporary set the FAT32 partition as inactive to be able to create the system image (which worked). Because I forgot to set it back as active I had the issue in the WinRE that no user was found so I could not proceed with the restore of the image.
I agree about the booting from DVD or USB, but I hope you understand this was a workaround. The fact that I had no user shown when accessing the WinRE from my harddrive or partition was not normal. Luckely it was quickly solved by reactivating my FAT32 partition.
Edited by Christophe_F, 10 August 2016 - 06:35 PM.