Repair Windows® XP® in Samsung R730® notebook
What are the common issues that come up with Windows XP in Samsung R730 notebook?
You might get a number of issues with Microsoft Windows XP installed in your Samsung R730 notebook. There might be a number of reasons for these issues. The most possible reason is the registry of the notebook gets corrupted due to many unwanted files and makes sudden shut downs in the notebook. If your notebook is seriously affected by some malware then also the operating system might lose all its associated files which support the working of the operating system. It is important to resolve all these errors to make the Microsoft Windows XP work properly in your notebook.
There are some methods to solve the issues which could come with Microsoft Windows XP in Samsung R730 notebook. The methods are:
- Restoring the notebook
- Defragmenting the hard drive
- Removing malware
Restoring the notebook
The most easy method to resolve the issues with Microsoft Windows XP in your Samsung R730 notebook is to restore the notebook. The restoring of the notebook is needed to bring the notebook back to an earlier point. This is used to remove certain errors and changes you made to the notebook after a particular point. After restoring, you could get the operating system free of all errors.
Defragmenting the hard drive
It is possible that the Microsoft Windows XP might fail to work properly in your Samsung R730 notebook if the hard disk drive of the notebook got corrupted. It is possible that the hard disk drive inevitably becomes fragmented. It might result in the slow performance of the operating system. You could be able to use a disk defragmenter for this purpose. The disk defragmenter is used to defrag the hard drive which in turn increases the speed of the notebook.
Other possible reasons for issues with Microsoft Windows XP in your Samsung R730 notebook might be serious malware infection in your notebook. It is possible that some of the startup files might have got damaged or removed by malware. You could resolve the issue with proper scanning of the whole notebook with antivirus software and remove the malware. After removing the malware, you need to reinstall the operating system and you could get it working properly.