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Restore Windows® XP in HP ProBook 4520s
Tips to restore Windows XP in HP ProBook 4520s.
HP ProBook 4520s system is designed for the users who want performance and security. The reliable performance is owing to the most powerful processors. If the system shows any faulty symptoms, then you could fix that error by transforming the system to any other good condition. The ‘System Restore’ Tool would help you in this. During restoring, you are actually changing the faulty condition to good stage. The ‘System Restore’ tool can be accessed from the ‘System’ Tool in the ‘Accessories’. After selecting the proper restore points, you need to confirm the restoring. After this the system would shut down automatically and thus restart to the new condition.
Following are some points that you need to keep in mind during the restoring:
- Restore point verification
- Free hard disk space
- Move desktop files to a safe location
Restore point verification
Even though the system creates the Restore points before the major changes, some of them might be infected by the malware. If you use these infected Restore points, the time spent for the system restoring would be wasted. The malware in the Restore points would enter into the system also. So you need to be careful about the chance of malware infections and avoid such malware infected restore points.
Free hard disk space
The free space in the hard disk is also a factor that you have to take care of during the restoring. The restoring would be stopped automatically if the necessary space is not in the hard disk and the process would not continue until enough space is available in the hard disk. So check the hard disk space also.
The part of the system which is affected by the changes is the desktop. The files in the desktop would be removed after the restoring process. So move such important files from the desktop to some other location. You could use the System Backup utility to back up those files. The third party storage spaces are also useful to store the data.