System Recovery in HP Pavilion® Elite HPE-170t.
Guidelines on the different system recovery tools in HP Pavilion Elite HPE-170t
HP Pavilion Elite HPE-170t desktop PC is powered with either Core-i7-870 or Core-i7-860 or Core-i5-750 processor. It has integrated graphics card to provide graphics functions. Microsoft Windows 7 is its default Operating System. System recovery is needed when your system wants to get recovered from current problems. It resets your system to the time when your system was working properly. If your system files get corrupted, it would affect the whole system performance. In order to prevent this problem you need to perform system recovery. In addition, after installing some software like driver software your system might experience some problem. Uninstalling the software is the best solution. However, if that does not fix the problem, you need to perform system recovery. Many tools or options are available for the system recovery in your HP Pavilion Elite HPE-170t desktop PC.
Some of the system recovery tools or options available in your HP Pavilion Elite HPE-170t desktop PC are:
- Start up Repair
- 'System Restore'
- Complete PC Restore
Start up Repair
This System recovery tool is able to fix some problems like missing or damaged system files that result in the start up problem. When you run Start up repair, it performs whole system scanning. If your system contains preinstalled recovery options, start up 'Repair' options might be automatically installed on your hard disk. If your system does not contain recovery options you need to install it by visiting the software manufacturer’s website.
'System Restore' tool is used to restore your system setting to an earlier point in time. This process does not affect your personal files like e-mail, documents, photos etc. It uses a feature called 'System Protection'. This feature is able to regularly create and save restore points in your system. 'System Restore' option does not provide help for the recovering of your personal files. In order to open the 'System Restore' you need to open 'Start' menu and select the 'All Programs' list. By clicking the 'Accessories' menu, you are able to select the 'System Tools' and then select the 'System Restore' option.
Complete PC restoring restores all contents of your system’s hard disk. It performs with the help of full back up of the hard disk. Before performing the Complete PC restoring you need to check whether the current system set up is compatible with the restore set up. Otherwise, your system might suffer from a lot of problems.