Dell has never documented how to do that. You can try cloning the drive and hope for the best but for now the ONLY supported method to get a recovery partition is with Dell's recovery media or from a backup of your system.
-> Before you call it in, did you try booting without ANY USB devices plugged in?
Hello, when I boot my Dell Inspiron 2305 All-In-One system, an error message comes up advising me of a problem with the HDD and to press F1 to continue. F1 brings u W10 but when I ran a check on the HDD, I was advised that the HDD is defected. I would like to replace the HDD but realize that replacing the HDD is a little more complicated than I thought and would appreciate help. Specifically, along with replacing the HDD, I will also need to transfer the recovery partition and the OS from the defective HDD to the replacement HDD, and don't know if that's possible and if it is, how to do this and would appreciate any help that you can offer,