Creating a recovery disc in the Samsung® R620
Creating a recovery disc in the Samsung R620
Major problems that affect the performance of a computer can come up at any time. Recovery is a means by which a system is recovered from such errors and made functional again. A recovery disc will contain copies of all essential system files and data which will be used to replace the ones on the computer. Although your Samsung R620 is a very reliable machine, users are still advised to create a recovery disc so that even if some serious problems arise, the recovery can be easily done which will help users retrieve important and essential data on the hard disk. The recovery disc of your Samsung R620 will be very useful if users are on the move and do not have sufficient access to an authorized service center. Samsung R620 users are recommended to create a recovery disc at the initial stages of system use so that the recovery disc will be free of errors and possible malware infections.
The following details mentioned below gives users more information regarding things to be kept in mind while creating recovery discs for the Samsung R620:
- Creating a recovery disc
- Remove malware
- Process not be disturbed
Creating a recovery disc
Start your Samsung R620 and login as the system administrator. Place a blank CD or DVD into the appropriate optical drive. Create a folder on your desktop to keep all your important files. Copy important files to the temporary folder you created on your desktop, or simply right click on them and select the ‘Send to’ option followed by the drive letter of the optical drive.
Samsung R620 users creating recovery discs are requested to ensure that all malware have been removed from the system. An updated antivirus tool must be used to make sure that malware have been thoroughly removed. The presence of malware at the time of the creation of the recovery disc can either corrupt the recovery disk or transfer the malware on to the recovery media which would make it useless.
The recovery disc creation process for your Samsung R620 might be time consuming. This is because there are lot of system files and entries which have to be copied on to the recovery disc. Users are warned not to disturb the recovery disk creation process no matter how long it takes, as doing so would corrupt the recovery disk and make it useless.