System Recovery in Fujitsu® LifeBook T900
Know more about system recovery in Fujitsu LifeBook T900
LifeBook T900 was released as a touch screen tablet laptop by Fujitsu. The system comes built with the latest Intel® Core i5 vPro Processor. It comes built with about 2 Gigabytes of RAM and comes with a 160 Gigabyte hard disk. The system has a 13.3-inch screen which acts as touch screen. The graphics processing on the system is done with the help of the Intel® GMA graphics card. The system comes with an expandable bay that allows you to expand the capability of the system by upgrading the system with an extra battery, a hard disk or an optical drive as needed. The system recovery on the Fujitsu helps the system set itself back to the initial settings. This is done in case where errors have occurred to the system and the system has crashed.
The role of the system recovery and the events that lead to the system recovery and the tools that are available to perform this function are explained in the following passage.
- Role of System Recovery
- Events that cause System Recovery
- Reserved memory for System Recovery
Role of System Recovery
The system recovery is done on the system when it undergoes major flaws. The flaws to the system include a crash in the operating system. Any major errors that occur in the operating system such as the malware infection that cannot be removed or corruption of the device drivers that cannot be recovered will cause the system to crash and the best known solution is done with the system recovery. The system recovery helps the system undergo a clean install by which the operating system and its drivers will be set back to the factory settings.
Events that cause System Recovery
The corruption that is caused to the important files in the system will result in the system crash or malfunctioning in the normal programming. The presence of malware on the system will cause the system to undergo degradation in the performance. The malware can result in the system being open to further attacks. The presence of the spyware on the system does the same. The spyware keeps the system vulnerable to attacks on the system files and the Windows® Registry File. Any corruption in these files will result in a collapse in the working of the operating system.
Fujitsu LifeBook T900 comes with another recovery system. This is stored into the hard disk as the system only comes with an optional optical drive that can be upgraded on the system through the expansion bay. Thus, an optical disc is not provided as recoverable media, but the system reserves 16.2 Gigabytes of memory space from its hard disk to store the backup software that can be used to recover the system back to its initial factory settings. Reboot the computer and open up the Advance boot option menu. Here you can select the System Recovery option from which you can restore the system back to its factory settings.