Restore Factory Settings in Fujitsu® LifeBook S760
Tips to restore factory settings in Fujitsu LifeBook S760
There are many problems that can come up during the functioning of a computer. Most of these problems come up because of the lack of maintenance or careless use of the system by the user. Decrease in system performance, system errors, blue screen errors, sudden system shutdown, startup issues are some of the problems that can come up on a computer. All these problems can also come up on your Fujitsu LifeBook S760. Some of the above mentioned problems might be because of some important settings of the system were changed. Accidental change of settings by user, unwanted modification by malwares, automatic changes by applications are all situations where harmful effects tend to come up. Restoring the system to factory settings is the best way to get rid of all issues caused as a result of changed settings. As there are very large numbers of settings on your Fujitsu LifeBook S760, finding the problem causing setting would be a difficult task. Restoration of all the settings will help users to their system back in good working condition. When restoring Fujitsu LifeBook S760 to factory settings users are advised to make a list of all the changed settings so that they will be able to change the settings back after restoration. Users are also recommended to not use any software for restoring the settings.
Following details will give users more information on the things to keep in mind while restoring factory settings in Fujitsu LifeBook S760:
- Create Data Backup
- Purchase a new OS
- Copy Setup Files of Programs
Create Data Backup
Fujitsu LifeBook S760 users restoring the system to factory settings are advised to create a backup of all the data on the hard disk. Data backup should be done as a precautionary measure so that even if some problem comes up during the restoration process, all of the important data on the hard disk will be safe and readily accessible.
Purchase a new OS
If Fujitsu LifeBook S760 users had changed the operating system that came preinstalled in the product, then restoring the system to factory settings might require purchase of the older operating system. Your Fujitsu LifeBook S760 comes with genuine Windows OS but the installation disk of the OS may not be provided, which means that users will need to buy a fresh copy of the OS, if tehy had changed it.
Before starting with restoration of factory settings on Fujitsu LifeBook S760, users are recommended to copy setup files of all the installed programs on the system to a separate media. Restoration of factory settings might corrupt some applications. Backup of setup files will help users to install these programs again after the restoration and get the system to working order.