Restore Windows® XP® in Samsung® R519
How can you restore Windows XP in Samsung R519?
The Samsung R519 has a high definition display screen for a high quality visual experience. The high end configurations that are in the laptop, allow high level performance. It comes with an Intel Pentium Dual Core T4200 and an Intel GMA 4500M graphics processor for high definition video. Windows XP is designed in a user-friendly manner which enables better management of daily tasks. You might experience various problems while using your Samsung R519. System breakdowns and failing performance are some of the problems you might encounter. If you face such issues, then restoring Windows XP might resolve all these issues. When you restore the Samsung R519 to its factory settings, all the currently installed data is erased so that you can start with a clean installation of Windows XP.
Some tips for restoring Windows XP in Samsung R519:
- Turn off antivirus
- System Restore
- System recovery disk
Turn off antivirus
Always use an updated version of antivirus software to perform the complete scanning of your Samsung R519 and make sure you turn off the antivirus scanner after updating it. Sometimes antivirus software might block the process of System Restore; therefore it is recommended to turn off antivirus software before starting System Restore.
In order to perform System Restore on your Samsung R519, you need to login as the system administrator. Click on Start àAll Programs à Accessories à System Tools and select the System Restore option. Click on the ‘Restore my computer to an earlier time’ and select the restore point. If you have successfully completed System Restore and the system starts to work normally, then the restoration was successful. Else, you need to cancel System Restore by selecting the ‘Undo’ option.
The system can be restored to factory settings using the recovery disk; which is provided with the Samsung R519 by the manufacturer. This can be done by inserting the disk into the CD drive and rebooting the system. Once the system reboots, ensure that the system starts from the CD drive and a menu will appear to restore the factory settings. The wizard will continue and Windows will be erased and reinstalled with the Operating System.