Factory Settings in Samsung® NB30
Get to know more about restoring Samsung NB30 to factory settings
Samsung NB30 comes equipped with the excellent features like Intel Atom N450 processor, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and Windows 7 OS which helps users to enjoy its great performance. The term system restore is the procedure of bringing the computer to a previous point that is factory settings. You could restore you Samsung NB30 system to the default factory settings you need. Users usually choose for a system restore to the factory settings because of malware problem, redundant settings and overload in the computer. User could restore the system using number of methods. You could execute the restoring function by employing the in-built system tools. You could also perform the restoring process by using software that is installed from CDs or other sites.
Following explains more about restoring your Samsung NB30 to default factory settings:
- Ensure Compatibility of System Components
- Get Backup of Entire Data
- Select Apt Point for Restoring
Ensure Compatibility of System Components
Your computer might face a lot of changes after manufacturing. These alterations might comprise several updates and upgrades. The system restoring process might bring back old applications to the computer. These applications might not match with the fresh components that are installed after the early state of computer. To solve this issue, you want to install well-matched devices in the computer.
Get Backup of Entire Data
The system restore procedure brings your Samsung NB30 system back to a particular point, generally to the initial state. With this process, data in that is stored in your system might be lost and you could not recover it later. So, the user has to make a proper backup of the data and make a copy of the back up to a CD before carrying out restore operation. You have to use this CD after recuperating data in the computer that gets lost because of system restore.
Users could restore Samsung NB30 system to its factory settings. To restore the system to the initial state each time is not good for it. Users have to generate a restore point to carry out the restoring process. For this, you have to make the calendar on restoring the window to a position at which unnecessary modifications were created to the computer. This shall take the system settings back to a definite point.