HP Pavilion® dm3z Uninstall
Things to consider while doing an HP Pavilion dm3z uninstall
HP Pavilion dm3z runs on Windows 7 Home Premium operating system, which is a boon in itself. But you may sometimes feel the need to uninstall it so that you can upgrade your computer system with a new operating system. You must understand that uninstalling an operating system from your HP Pavilion dm3z is not as easy a task as it seems to be. You have to be very careful while doing such an important change in your computer system. The article will discuss about the important things you have to keep in mind while doing an HP Pavilion dm3z uninstall and will also give you tips to resolve the issues that may come up during the process.
Here are some of the tips to uninstall HP Pavilion dm3z:
- Make a backup of your important data.
- Make sure to uninstall the operating system completely
- Use high quality CD only
Make a backup of your important data
Before you uninstall your Windows® 7 operating system from your HP Pavilion dm3z, make sure to make a backup or copy of your important programs and files before starting. This will allow you to get them later on, when you successfully load your new operating system. This means that your data will be safe, even if something goes wrong while uninstalling the old operating system and installing the new one.
Make sure to uninstall the operating system completely
Before you prepare your dm3z for installation of the new operating system, you have to make sure that the older one has been deleted permanently and completely. Otherwise, contradictions will be created, thus deteriorating the performance and life of your laptop. For doing that, you have to go to the safe mode by hitting the F8 key again and again. The command to uninstall the Windows 7 is DEL WINDOWS, after which, your operating system will be completely removed from your computer system.
While you have decided to uninstall your Windows 7 and install a new updated operating system, it is important to use only the highest quality of installation CD or DVD. Otherwise, you will be surrounded with more unwanted problems and issues. Remove Windows 7 files and folder manually It is better to remove the files and folder of Windows 7 manually, including users folder and program files. You can clean your computer completely by FDisk or Disk Manager of Computer Management. You should also remove BootSect.BAK and Boot.BAK from the root system folder. These two files are leftovers of your Windows 7 bootloader, and will no longer be useful in your new operating system.