Formatting Fujitsu® LifeBook T730 Notebook
Discuss the need if formatting Fujitsu LifeBook T730 Notebook
LifeBook T730 notebook is a tablet PC from Fujitsu. It uses Intel Core i5 processor with turbo boost feature, 2 GB DDR3 memory expandable up to 8 GB, 160GB hard disc with an upgrade option with 128 SSD etc. The display has LED backlighting feature and there is an ambient light sensor integrated. The key board has spill resistant feature and the touchpad comes with a scroll sensor. It also includes Bluetooth, WLAN, and HDMI etc. The security could be ensured with the inbuilt Fingerprint Sensor, TPM and the Security Panel. There is an advanced option of dust filter which could be used by the user. The Operating System used in this model is Windows 7 Professional. If you want to remove all the data and partition in your hard drive, you need to format it. It is important that you take the back up if you need to use the data in your hard drive after the format, otherwise you would lose the contents after the formatting process.
Following are the needs of formatting your Fujitsu LifeBook T730 notebook
- Attack of Virus
- Improve the performance
- System transfer
Attack of Virus
If you’re Fujitsu LifeBook T730 notebook has been attacked by virus, malware or any other harmful programs, you need to remove these for proper functioning of the system. Sometimes you would not be able to remove the affected programs or repair it to bring your system functionality back, in such case you need to format the hard disc so that the entire content is erased and you would be able to reinstall the operating system and all those necessary utilities to perform properly.
Improve the performance
If you find that the system is not performing well with the current status. You might try removing unnecessary programs, repairing registry etc. But the optimum performance could not be retrieved by doing so. In order to improve the entire system performance, you need to format the hard disc and create partitions according to the storage requirements.
If you have any plans to sell your system to someone else or return back after the warranty period, it is recommended that you format the hard drive. This would help you keep your personal data safe from being transferred to others. You might take a back up of your important data and then perform the format.