Recovery Partition in HP ProBook® 6540b
How does recovery partition work in HP ProBook 6540b?
HP ProBook 6540b is the newly introduced notebook from HP. It is comes with an Intel Core i7 processor. Chipset used in your ProBook 6540b notebook is Intel HM57. You could get a graphics of either Intel HD Graphics or ATI mobility RadeonT HD 4550 with a dedicated memory of 512MB. You have many options to select the hard disk in your HP ProBook 6540b notebook. It includes a 15.6 inch LED backlit display that supports a maximum resolution of 1366*768 pixels. Other features include four USB ports of 2.0, Display port, 1 Express card slot, and Media card reader. A 2 MP web camera also comes with HP ProBook 6540B. It supports various Windows Operating Systems.
Following are some issues with recovery partition in your HP ProBook 6540b and tips to resolve them:
- Recovery partition
- Recovery partition issues
- Tips to resolve
Data recovery is an essential tool that you might require while using computers. Recovery partition is a very good example of recovery tool. Recovery partition is a section in your HP ProBook 6540b that contains a copy of the files and folders that you want to recover. Recovery partition in your system is enabled by pressing the specified key while booting. You could get plenty of applications to create recovery partition in your HP ProBook 6540B.
Recovery partition issues
You might face issues if you alter the primary partition in your HP ProBook 6540B. If you alter the primary partition in your system it makes your system unbootable. If you have formatted the recovery partition in your HP ProBook 6540B you might fail to restore. There are software to recover the deleted partition. Sufficient hard disk space is also needed to create recovery partition in your system.
If you have only single partition in your system you need to create a partition first, before trying to create a recovery partition. You might also face issues if you are using wrong software to create recovery partition in your HP ProBook 6540b. So always use high quality software while creating recovery partition for your system. You also need to check the hard disk space of your system.