Factory settings in Samsung® P560
Do you want to restore the factory settings in the Samsung P560 computer?
The Samsung P560 system is built with Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Windows Vista operating system, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, 320 GB Serial ATA hard drive and many more advanced features. At times, the performance of your system could be affected or gets decreased when it has low memory. There could be lots of uninstalled programs which you are not using for quite a long time. In order to increase the efficiency and performance of your system, you need to restore it back to factory settings. Restoring to factory settings could also help to avoid issues due to registry errors also. You would be forced to restore the factory settings when your Samsung P560 system is infected by malware and you could not do anything on your system. Restoring helps to eliminate all the malware found within your system.
The following are some of the tips along with things to keep in mind while restoring factory settings in Samsung P560 system:
- Restore operating system
- Restoration of device drivers
- Ensure back up of all files and folders
Restore operating system
You could restore the operating system of your Samsung P560 system by inserting a restore disc in the optical drive. After inserting the disc, reboot your system. Select to boot from the disc or press 'F12' and select 'CD ROM' from the boot options list. Your Samsung P560 would be then booted from the restore CD. You can then install the operating system and also select the format option for formatting your system.
Restoration of device drivers
After installing the operating system, you need to install all the device drivers for the proper working of the hardware. Operating system cannot detect the hardware without the help and support of device drivers. You can install the drivers from the same disc from where you installed the operating system. Sometimes you would be given multiple discs for installation. Then select the driver disc and install all the drivers. Restart the computer once, when the installation is complete.
While restoring your Samsung P560 system to factory settings, it would be completely formatted. This would delete all the files and folders from your system. So you need to copy all the important files from your Samsung P560 system to an external hard disk or DVD or USB based on the size of your files to be backed up. After installing the operating system and drivers, you could copy all the documents back to the system.