Hello, new member here, with a freshly almost bricked, brand new, Surface 3 Pro, looking for some help. I tried following this procedure to create a custom recovery image. http://www.surfaceforums.net/thread...very-image-on-surface-pro-surface-pro-2.8173/ I encountered a serious problem with Surface 3 being stuck at the login screen with the touch screen, pen, virtual keyboard, bluetooth keyboard, and wifi not working (password cursor blinking). All seemed to work perfectly until the last step of Phase V (so I created D:\OEMdriver.wim and I created the custom in C:\Recovery\install.wim The only difference in my process has been that I did not destroy yet the original, Microsoft recovery partition: I carved the D: drive by resizing the C: partition. At the final reboot the device said "Surface" and "Please wait..." (Windows communicating in the English language). Then the login screen appeared and it showed the last of the three administrator accounts I created following the instructions. BUT the touch screen did not work, the virtual keyboard does not work, the bluetooth keyboard does not work anymore, the pen does not work anymore, wifi neither... the cursor blinks but no input works. The only thing I could do was pressing "volume button down while pressing the power button". this took me to a recovery menu in ... SPANISH (!) (Spanish, a language I have never seen during the whole installation. The tablet is brand new from the shop). In the light blue screen of the recovery/troubleshooting, the touch screen works. what should I do? or where should I look for a solution/help? Also, is there a way to undo setting the recovery image to C:\Recovery\install.wim and point again to the Microsoft image in the hidden partition? Thanks for any hint.