Recovery disk in Samsung® Q35
Samsung Q35 is a sleek and stylish ultra portable mobile notebook PC. It operates on the Intel Core 2 Duo processor 2.33 GHz with a 2 MB L2 cache and a 1 GB DDR2 memory module. High end audio and graphics are made available with the SRS 3D sound with 2 stereo speakers and Intel 945GM Express (Intel GMA950) graphics processor. It has a 120 GB serial ATA hard disk drive. The other features include wireless LAN support, Bluetooth, recovery software, BIOS boot up password, 1 year warranty and an efficient Lithium ion battery. Recovery disk can be created in Samsung Q35 to help you to recover the original factory settings or an earlier working condition.
- Using backup and restore manager
- Things to be kept in mind
- Technical assistance
Using backup and restore manager
You can create the recovery disk on your Samsung Q35 using backup and restore manager. This is a very simple process and you can do it on your own. From the ‘Start’ menu go to ‘Control Panel’ and click the ‘System and Security’ option. Now select the ‘Backup and Restore’ button. In the backup and restore option you have another option that helps you to create recover disk for your Samsung Q35.
Things to be kept in mind
The creation of a system recovery disk in Samsung Q35 is a very important process because you are to create all the vital information to restore your system at the time of an unfavorable condition. Fix all malware threats before creating the recovery disks. Make sure that you have enough number of disks to make a complete set of recovery disks. If you use CDs you may need more number of disks. You can use DVDs instead to create lesser number of disks. Ensure uninterrupted power supply while creating the recovery disks.
You are advised to seek assistance from technical experts if you face any difficulty in creating the recovery disk on your own. You may face difficulties in fixing the malware threats on your Samsung Q35. You can also come across file corruption while recovery disk creation.