Lenovo® IdeaCentre A600 - 30116CU recovery partition
What are the features and function of the recovery partition in Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 - 30116CU?
The Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 - 30116CU system comes equipped with Intel Pentium T4300 processor which operates at 2.1 Ghz. The DDR3 memory in it is of 4GB. The hard drive used for storage is of 320 GB and it rotates at 7200rpm. The 21.5 inch LCD display of Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 - 30116CU has got maximum resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. The integrated graphics processor Intel GMA 4500MHD offers a fine graphics performance. Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 - 30116CU uses the recovery partition to recover the data after reformatting your hard drive. By creating a recovery partition you would be able to restore all the necessary programs and system settings. The recovery partition is also necessary when the partition table gets corrupted. Sometimes you might get false results whenever you scan the system for missing partitions or fake volume of free space might appear on the disk manger. In such cases, with the help of third party recovery tools, online support and by manual recovery you would be able to perform the recovery partition in Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 - 30116CU.
The following are the roles and benefits of the recovery partition in Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 - 30116CU:
- Restores factory settings
- Troubleshoots problems
- Increases system speed
Restores factory settings
You could use the Partition process in order to restore the factory settings in Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 - 30116CU. Factory setting means the initial boot up of the system. In the initial boot up stage itself you would be able to have a proper recovery partition process as the system manufacturer provide a recovery partition CD. Then you should also ensure that you are using the correct CD and not its copy.
If your system is facing serious troubles then by using the recovery partition you would be able to troubleshoot and remove those problems. To troubleshoot these problems manually you could make use of CD/DVD and boot the system. You could reinstall or reconfigure the Operating System. A boot disc could also be used to boot the system and reinstall the software.
When the system is restored to factory settings, the speed of the system increases. Since the original back up is designed by the manufacturer itself, it would help to reinstall the original software. Thus, the efficiency and the overall performance of your system improves.