Recovery partition in Samsung® P460 laptop
The Samsung P460 uses a high-capacity hard disk drive to store data and the hard disk drive is divided into a number of partitions. Each of these partitions contains different data in the laptop. Sometimes, these partitions might get corrupted or removed from your laptop. Then, you need to perform a recovery partition in your laptop to recover these corrupted partitions from the formatted drive. You could be able to recover data with recovery partition in a short time. All you have to do is, re-install Windows in your laptop and reload all your applications and drivers. Fire up PartitionMagic and create a partition to hold your all applications and Windows. Run a utility like Ghost to create a backup. Copy the backup to a CD or some removable media, and then boot your laptop with the CD. Thus you can recover all your important data without any infection.
- Clean the laptop
- Provide More available space in HDD
- Recover deleted files
Clean the laptop
The recovery partitions provide you the freedom of cleaning the laptop completely. This could be very useful if your Samsung P460 laptop gets infected with malware while you are surfing via the Internet or due to some infected applications. If antivirus software does not remove these malware completely then you could perform a recovery partition to get your laptop free from all infections.
Provide More available space in HDD
As you install new components in Samsung P460 laptop, you could get lack of space in your hard disk drive. It usually happens due to a number of unnecessary files such as back-ups and uncompleted files which would consume a large volume of space in your hardware disk drive. As, the recovery partition recovers important files only, you could be available with more space in your hard disk drive.
One of the most important uses of recovery in your Samsung P460 laptop is the recovery of deleted files. This is used as you delete a file from your laptop, the file would directly go to the recycle bin. But if you use 'shift-delete' or command-line deletion, the file would be removed from your laptop. You could use recovery partition to recover these files as the contents of such files would still remain in the hard disk drive of the laptop.