Restore Windows® XP® in Samsung® Q1
Do you want to restore Windows XP operating system in Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook?
System crashes or major problems can come up on any computer. Such problems can make the system inoperable and more importantly the data on the system inaccessible. Restoring a system is a process by which a computer is rolled back to fully functional state after some problems come up. Even though your Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook is a very reliable machine, problems may come up while using it. If you are using Windows XP in Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook and encountering some issues, then the default System Restore tool can be used to get the system back to proper working state. System Restore helps get rid of all the problems within a system by replacing all the system files with backup copies created on the restore point. While restoring Windows XP in Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook, you must not interrupt the restore process as doing so can corrupt the operating system.
Let us now talk about the things that need to be kept in mind while restoring Windows XP in Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook:
- Select correct restore point
- Ensure power backup
- Create data backup
Select correct restore point
You are advised to take extra care while selecting the restore point to which your Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook will be restored. Restoring the system to a restore point that already had some problems can complicate the issue that prompted the restoration in your Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook.
Ensure power backup
Before starting with any procedure related to the restoration of Windows XP in Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook, you must ensure that system has proper power backup. The power backup must be able to continuously supply power to the system even if power failure occurs. Power failure during the restore process can cause serious damage to your Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook.
While restoring Windows XP in Samsung Q1 ultra mobile notebook, you are recommended to create backup of all the data on the system. This should be done so that in case some problems come up during the restoration process and the data on the system becomes inaccessible, the backup medium can be used to access the data.