Repair Windows® XP® in Samsung® NB30
The Samsung NB30 has a screen size of 10.1inch, equipped with 1.66GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive, with Bluetooth and Wireless-N Wi-Fi rounding off the wireless connectivity. Like most of the laptops being released now, the Samsung NB30 comes pre-installed with Windows 7 Starter edition. Apart from that, it also includes three USB ports, audio jacks, VGA, Ethernet, memory card slot and much more. This would be good enough for most of the demands, and there is the added bonus of one of the USB ports supporting standby charging; which is an important feature for users who wants to charge their phone, but does not have the mains power adapter to hand.
- Need for repairing
- Backup data
- Instructions for repairing Windows XP
Need for repairing
If your PC stops functioning correctly, then it might be time to repair your Windows XP operating system. This means for repairing Windows XP, you should reinstall certain system files that could have been corrupted due to viruses or other software malfunctions. The procedure of repairing Windows XP is not complicated and you could perform this with the help of some simple steps.
Always backup your main files in your Samsung NB30 before repairing Windows XP. There is a chance that you might lose some important file extensions, directories and a bunch of other organizational and structural details while you repair Windows XP. Thus, you should make certain that you save all your important files and put them into Windows before launching the repairing process.
You could connect an external optical drive to the Samsung NB30 and for repairing Windows XP, insert the Windows XP Installation CD into the CD drive and restart the PC, then press any key to boot up to the CD. After the Windows XP disk loads all of the installation files, you should press the key “Enter”. Press the "F8" key when you see the license agreement screen and choose the installation of Windows XP that you wish to repair using the up and down arrows. To start repairing the Windows XP installation, press the "R" key and when the repairing process finishes, the system would restart.