Need for system recovery in HP Pavilion® dv6z
Why do you need to perform system recovery in HP Pavilion dv6z?
System recovery is a method by which users can restore a system to its previous working order after some issues come up. System recovery is a very useful tool as the need for reinstallation of the operating system is eliminated. HP Pavilion dv6z comes with the System Restore feature. This is built in so that users can have the freedom to fix their machines themselves in case of an issue arising. There are many problems like blue screen errors, sudden system restarts, extremely slow system performance that will occur during the operation of HP Pavilion dv6z. System recovery helps users to fix all of the above mentioned issues by restoring the system to an earlier time without losing any data. System recovery seems to be necessary when the system is seriously suffering due to malware attacks; user accidentally deleted key system files, installed new softwares that are causing errors. Your HP Pavilion dv6z system comes with genuine Windows which have lots of inbuilt tools in it to make the recovery process in your system easy.
The following points highlight some of the tools available for system recovery in HP Pavilion dv6z:
- System Image Recovery Tool
- System startup repair
- System Restore
System Image Recovery Tool is provided with HP Pavilion dv6z. This tool can be used to recover the system from major errors with the use of a recovery CD that was created. This can replace important system files or folders that got corrupt with the ones on the restore CD.
System Startup repair
The startup repair tool is a very useful feature available for HP Pavilion dv6z. This tool can automatically scan and fix issues during system startup like inability of system to startup and slow startup. This tool can also help you to identify virus infections that are coming up with the system during bootup. This startup repair tool makes your HP Pavilion dv6z system start efficiently by destroying or removing viruses and unwanted applications that use a large amount of system resources during the start up.
System Restore is an option that is provided with Windows operating systems. This involves restoring key system files and other entries to a restore point which was created when the system did not have any issues. Such restore points on your system can be also created manually. This allows users to restore System Image Recovery Tool to a time when there were no errors.