Restore Factory Settings in Samsung® X360
Samsung X360 is a laptop is powered with the Intel Centrino 2 ULV processor. This system provides 1GB main memory which has the capacity to store the data. If large amount data have to be stored then you must upgrade the memory to 4 GB. This model uses the DDR3 RAM technology with the speed 1066 MHz. Samsung X360 laptops provides 13.3 inch super bright LED backlit. This model comprises of external DVD super multi-dual layer writer. Samsung X360 laptops supports HDMI port, 3 USB ports, 7 in 1 card reader, 1 headphone, integrated mic, VGA port. The battery life is up to 10 hours on a single recharge. The factory settings need to be set on the system when it undergoes a major error such as an Operating System crash.
important tips to restore factory settings in Samsung X360:
- Recovery tool
- Recovery CD
- Backup files and programs
In order to restore the system to the factory settings, you can make use of the various tools. Recovery tools which are used to restore the Samsung X360 to the factory settings are startup repair, System image recovery, Windows memory diagnostic etc. Startup repair tool repairs the startup issues which would be repaired automatically in prior to the image created. You may be able to recover the system through system image recovery tool.
You can acquire and run recovery CD from the manufacturer by connecting the system to an external optical drive. This CD is provided with the original factory software in it. You may be able to use this CD to restore your Samsung X360 to the factory settings. This CD can also be used to recover the system which does include all the device drivers which in turn avoids wastage of time in searching and installing the drivers on the system.
Backup The files and the programs that are present on the system would be lost, when the laptop is set back to its factory settings. A simple method to ensure this is to partition the hard disk and store all the needed files on the partition that does not need to be formatted or installed with the Operating System. You can also store the data into discs or secondary hard drives that can be connected externally.