System Recovery in HP ENVY® 15 Beats
How to create System Recovery in HP 15 Envy beats
The all new HP Envy beats is the latest laptop from HP featuring superior sound quality and an integrated Beats audio. Powered by the IntelCorei3-370M Dual Core processor and 4 GB of DDR3 RAM with a hard disk capacity of 320GB with HP Protect Smart Hard Drive Protection, this machine is a great buy. The laptop comes loaded with Windows 7 Home premium 64 bit edition. System recovery is a feature that ensures that the stability of the system is restored. The different events that require system recovery come into play when the system gets infected with dangerous viruses and when the performance gets affected or when the password gets lost. Another reason to restore the system is when the system crashes.
The role of system recovery and the different system recovery tools or options available in HP Envy beats are:
- Functioning of System Recovery
- Using System Recovery Tool Disk Usability
- Using the Tool System Restore
Functioning of System Recovery
There might be situations when the system crashes while running a program or the system might takes ages to do the smallest of jobs .If the system crashes and you are unable to get your system back, then you’ll have to resort to system recovery. If the system slows down it’s possible it might be infected with some malicious software or virus. Sometimes infections could become worse and in such situations you might need to perform a system recovery in order to get the system running properly.
System recovery tool disk usability
Windows 7 lets you create a system restore disk which you can use to restore your computer when it fails to start after a crash. There is an inbuilt utility known as backup and restore which you can use to create a backup disk with which you would be able to restore your system.. All you need to do is just boot the disks that have been created and restore the system to an earlier state.
System restore is an easy method to perform a System Recovery. While performing System Restore you should make sure that the restore point selected is a point where the system was in a better condition.