Restore Windows® 7 in Samsung® Q35
Do you want to know how you can restore Windows 7 in Samsung Q35?
Samsung Q35 is an awesome notebook PC from Samsung company. Samsung Q35 was introduced in March 2006 as the successor to Samsung Q30. Samsung has changed the CPU in Q35 to Core 2 Duo. The Samsung Q35 laptop is a better choice for basic usage. Other specifications include a hard disk of size 100 GB, 12.1 inch display system, 6-in-1 media card slot, etc. Samsung also provide a service warranty of one year with the Q35 laptop and a collection of Samsung software. System restore in your Samsung Q35 is a process to undo all settings that you made after installing your Windows 7 whenever any kind of error occurs. You could change the laptop setting to an early date by using the system restore utility.
The following points provide guidelines to restore Windows 7 in Samsung Q35:
- Save your files
- Accessing system restore
- Tips to remember
Save your files
It is very important to save your personal and confidential files to an alternate medium before performing the Windows 7 restore operation in your Samsung Q35 laptop because improper or incorrect restore might lead to an error or data loss. So you need to ensure that you could have a copy of your important files before restoring Windows 7 in your Samsung Q35 laptop.
Accessing system restore
Accessing system restore in Windows 7 is very simple and secure. To access system restore in Windows 7, first of all you need to select the ‘Start’ button and then click on ‘All Programs’ tab from the next cascaded menu. After this, select the ‘Accessories’ and then ‘System Tools’, and finally the system restore. Then you would see a simple, user-friendly window to restore the system.
You need to remember a lot of thing before restoring Windows 7 in your Samsung Q35 laptop. You need to install advanced antivirus software after performing the system restore. Because the presence of malware or viruses might lead your system to a system restore. After installing the antivirus software, it is recommended that you perform a quick system scan for any traces of viruses, spyware, Trojans, malware or any kind of malicious code.