Factory Settings in Fujitsu® LifeBook A530
Tips to Restore Factory Settings in Fujitsu LifeBook A530
Fujitsu LifeBook A530 provides a faster output with its eight GB DDR3 RAM and processor, which starts from Intel Core i3 to Intel Core i7. Its striking features include a matte finish and it has a 500 GB hard drive capacity. It is preinstalled with Windows 7 Operating system. You might at times face some issues which are caused by deleting a key system file or modifying it accidently; or error in the installation of an application; modification of the system settings through the malware attacks and the like. In such cases it is recommended to restore the system back to its default condition in Fujitsu LifeBook A530. This would solve the problem completely. It is advised that you do the restoration process in a ‘Safe Mode’. Before restoring the factory settings it is very important that you create a backup of all the important data and driver information in the system into a removable media. You need to also have an adequate backup of the power in order to avoid any sort of interruption in the process.
Following are some of the important tips to restore factory settings in Fujitsu LifeBook A530:
- Recovery CD
- Recovery tool
- System Restore
At the time of purchase you would be provided with an ‘Automated CD’. This is provided by the manufacturer and it contains all the details of the original factory software of the system. It is very important to recover the factory settings in the system with the help of this CD. It helps by reducing time in recovering the drivers.
Factory settings in Fujitsu LifeBook A530 could be restored by using the recovery tools. ‘Startup Repair’ is a tool which automatically helps you to repair the startup issues. ‘System Image Recovery’ helps you to recover the system with the help of an image of the system which was created earlier. ‘Windows Memory Diagnostic helps you to check the errors in the memory hardware.
‘Restore System’ option also helps you to restore the factory settings in the system. You could go to the ‘Start’ menu and then select the option ‘System Restore’. The System Restore might have restore points to restore the settings to system to factory settings. You need to follow the process without errors after saving all the other open programs and closing them.