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I upgraded from Snow Leopard to El Captain. Before upgrade I had a bootcamp partition, and a third FAT32 partition. this caused some complications in the upgrade process and I had to delete the El Captain recovery partition (as well as my FAT32 partition).
Now I have two partitions: El Captain in my macintosh partition, and windows in my bootcamp partition, and everything is working fine.
Just that I do not have the El Captain Recovery Partition. Is there a way I can create it manually ? So that just in case something goes wrong I can recover.
(I know about the recovery USB stick, but I want to have recovery on the same HDD)
EDIT: I re-installed the El Capitan. It went smooth. Now I have a 650MB recovery partition. Isn't it supposed to be 6 GB partition?