Setting up Samsung® P560
Samsung P560 notebook can cater to the computing requirements business professionals. It is operated by 5200 mAh lithium ion battery delivering 5 to 6 hours of continuous run time. Samsung P560 notebook has security technologies, such as Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and biometrics based finger print reader for blocking the unwanted users or intruders to operate the system. Samsung P560 notebook also provides data encryption at the hardware level. Samsung P560 notebook can set-up with different drivers, such as graphics drivers, audio drivers, LAN drivers, Bluetooth driver, etc. Default operating system used in Samsung P560 notebook is Windows Vista Business. During the set-up process, the system may face some issues such as incompatibility, virus problem, driver missing, file missing, etc.
- Ensure system compatibility
- Check for virus attack
- Backup process
Ensure system compatibility
Before installing any drivers, operating systems or any other software in Samsung P560 notebook, you need to check for hardware requirements and compatibilities in the system. You need to set-up appropriate operating system and drivers in Samsung P560 notebook to avoid any major issue. If this is not taken into consideration, there is a chance of set-up process to fail.
Check for virus attack
Before you set-up any feature in Samsung P560 notebook, make sure that the system and the downloading software are free from any virus, Trojan and malware. These malicious software programs may hinder the installation process and lead to system crash. Scan the system and installation CDs for maintaining security in your Samsung P560 notebook. It is recommended to install a genuine antivirus software in the system.
During the set-up process in Samsung P560 notebook, the process may delete all the existing data and files from the hard disk. In order to avoid this issue, you may adopt the backup procedure to store the essential data and file to an external hardware device.