Restore Windows® XP® in Samsung® Q35 Notebook
Samsung Q35 is an ultraportable laptop. The main components of this system includes Intel Core 2 Duo processor 160 GB hard disk and 1upto .2 GB RAM. The notebook comes with the Windows XP Operating System. System Restore is one of the beneficial features that come with the Windows XP operating system the purpose of which mainly comes when software related errors are occurring in your notebook. To overcome all software issues in your notebook and refreshing the notebook you could go for System Restore. With System Restore you can return your system from an improper functioning stage to a proper functioning stage. You can turn your system back to factory settings or any other restore point created by yourself.
- Save Necessary Data
- Choose Safe Mode Option
- Update Windows and Drivers
Save Necessary Data
The System Restore process returns your system to a previous state. While restoring, Windows would remove all newly stored applications and information from your system. To avoid this data loss you need to backup all needed data and applications to some external storage. If you are going to restore your system to factory settings, then data loss would be more.
Choose Safe Mode Option
To avoid any unwanted interference while restoring the notebook, you need to keep your system in Safe Mode. Thereby possibility for any software conflicts during the restore process would be less. To set the computer system in Safe Mode you should restart your computer system. At the time of system bootup, click the 'F8' key and select Safe Mode from the list.
System Restore process removes updates that you have done after the restore point you have selected. So you need to install all updates for both Windows operating system and drivers in it after performing the restore operation. You can use 'Automatic Update' feature of Windows to update the operating system. For updating the drivers, you can manually download the updates from the manufacturer's website and install it successfully.