System Recovery in Samsung® R780 Laptop
Samsung R780 is supported by Intel Core i5 processor with a memory capacity of 4 GB and hard drive capacity of 320 GB. The process of rebuilding the computer system which has been facing with serious technical issues by reinstallation of the software and the Operating System can be termed as system recovery. This process is almost similar to system restore. The major difference is that while we do system restore there won’t be any loss of data that are being stored in the system. Where as in the case of system recovery, there is a risk factor that might cause the loss of data. Hence, before performing system recovery, the user must keep a copy of all the files and data that are being stored in the memory of the system.
- Role of system recovery
- Events that require system recovery
- System recovery tools available
Role of system recovery
Computers are the back bone of present world. All data and records get saved in the system. There is a chance of losing this data at any time. The reasons for this are many. It might just be a power failure, or a hard disk issuet or a software problem. In order to keep all the data secured, the user is highly recommended to keep a copy of all these data in an external media.
Events that require system recovery
Computer systems are liable to any kind of difficulties like lack of power supply, failure in the working of any hardware or any software malfunctioning. In such a case, it is essential to perform system recovery so that the data that are stored in the system will not get erased. If the user is not able to keep a backup of the files, then he can use a system recovery CD.
System recovery tools are very easily available and these varies with each Operating Systems that is being used. One of the most common tools is to startup and repairs the system. Restoring the system to the default setting is another tool for system recovery. Yet another tool is the system image recovery. The user might also opt for Windows memory diagnostic or even command prompt.