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System Recovery in Samsung® R580
Samsung R580 is a high end notebook which is powered by the advanced Intel Core i5 processor. This system operates with 4 GB DDR3 RAM, advanced high definition graphics with the NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M graphics processor running on 1 GB memory displayed on the 15.6 inch LED backlit TFF active matrix display. It has a 500 GB Serial ATA hard disk drive. Added features include an integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera, 3-in-1 card reader, high data rate Gigabit LAN, Bluetooth and HDMI support, and a very efficient 6-cell lithium ion battery. System recovery in Samsung R580 is done to recover the computer to its factory settings or a previously created restore point.
- Role of system recovery
- Recovery events
- Tools and options available
Role of system recovery
System recovery is a method by which the user is able to rollback unwanted changes that occurred to the computer. System recovery in your Samsung R580 helps you to restore all the unwanted changes that happened. This is done by restoring the image of the hard disk drive.
The important things to be followed before a system restore is to create necessary back up. System backup creates the image of the entire C drive and this image is a vital part for performing the system restore on your Samsung R580. You can perform this by pressing the ‘F4’ key when your System is turned on and the Samsung logo appears. The created backups can be saved on a definite location to perform system recovery on your Samsung R580. System recovery is performed under critical system failure events.
For system recovery in your Samsung R580, there are many applications. Samsung Recovery Solution is such a tool provided by Samsung for creating the recovery image. Samsung has provided two options to create the recovery image; one is by the complete backup method, wherein you are able to create the image of the entire C drive. The other is the data backup method where you have options to choose which files and folders to backup.