System recovery in the HP Pavilion® Elite e9300z
How can you perform system recovery in HP Pavilion Elite e9300z?
This desktop computer can be configured to your specifications. Though the models come with a specific motherboard, you can use another motherboard – if the ports, connectors and the power supply’s connectors and outputs match. The HP Pavilion Elite e9300z comes with the Foxconn H-RS880-uATX motherboard and AMD Athlon ll / Phenom processors. You can configure your system from a variety of options. You can add a double-hard drive, portable media drive, primary optical drive, secondary optical drive, separate sound and graphics cards. Sometimes you may need to repair your system by using the repairing tools of your computer.
System recovery in HP Pavilion Elite e9300z is discussed as follows.
- Using the System Restore tool of the operating system
- Using the Recovery Manager that comes with your HP computer
- Using Recovery Disc
Using the System Restore tool of the operating system
Windows operating system has the facility of System Restore. If any problem occurs due to an installation failure, then System Restore can restore your system to just the way it was before the problem occurred. You can also create a Restore Point manually. So that you can restore your system to that point if any problem occurs. To start System Restore follow these steps – first close all programs that are open, and then go to System Restore (the path may vary according to the version of the operating system). After starting System Restore – select a restore point and follow the instructions. Successful completion of System Restore will make your computer operable again.
Using the Recovery Manager that comes with your HP computer
Nowadays, every HP computer comes with some of its special managing and repairing tools. Recovery Manager is a tool which will help you to diagnose your computer. Before system recovery, you should make a backup of your important files. To perform a system recovery, turn off the computer and then disconnect all the peripheral devices. Just keep the keyboard, monitor and mouse connected. Then turn on the computer and go to the Recovery Manager, then click the System Recovery. Then select ‘Yes’ and then ‘Next’. The computer restarts. After restarting the computer – click System Recovery and then follow the instructions to successfully complete the recovery process. If there is no recovery partition, the computer will prompt you for the recovery disc.
The Recovery Disk contains the configuration that came with the computer when you purchased it. To recover the system by using the Recovery Disk follow these steps – insert the disk or the first one for multiple disks into the drive and turn off the computer. Then disconnect the peripheral devices except the keyboard, mouse and monitor. Then start the computer and follow the instructions to complete the process.