Restore Windows® XP on Fujitsu® LifeBook AH550 Notebook
Important things to be kept in mind while restoring Windows XP on Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 Notebook
Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 Notebook delivers the stylishness with the widescreen format. It is equipped with the Blu-ray disk technology and thus you can enjoy an excellent viewing experience. However, if at any point of time, you cannot work on the system due to any problem, then the System Restore option on Windows XP can help you to restore the system in a good condition. The System Restore is an option provided by Windows to recover the system from faulty conditions. Whenever you have installed any of the software or hardware on the system, it will automatically create the restore points and save them. When you need to recover the system, then you can use these restore points. The restore points can also be created manually. To do this, you need to select the ‘Start’ option followed by the ‘Accessories’. Then, click on ‘System Tools’ to access the ‘System Restore’ option. Two options are there; either you can create the restore point or recover the system to any of the restore points existing there. Select the ‘Create Restore Point’ option. Only choose this option after ensuring that your system is not affected by viruses. If you need to recover the system, then choose the option ‘Restore My Computer to an Earlier Time’. Then, the system will provide the restore point calendar and select the appropriate point. After this a message box will come and the system will restart.
Some of the things that you need to keep in mind during restoring Windows XP on Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 Notebook are as follows:
- Free space on the hard drive
- Proper restore points
- Disable unnecessary drives
Free space on the hard drive
The hard drive of Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 Notebook must contain some free space for the restoration process. Otherwise, the restoring might corrupt and can remain incomplete. This can cause some sort of troubles on your Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 Notebook.
Proper restore points
If Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 Notebook has created the restore points on any of the faulty stages, the restoring to those points will be worthless. The faulty condition means virus-infected condition. So, properly ensure that those restore points are correct and by selecting those restore points your system can revert to a workable condition.
If you are restoring Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 Notebook when any of the additional data drives are connected, then those drives will also be included in the restoring list. This will be time consuming. So, remove all the additional data drives from your Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 Notebook while restoring the operating system.