Factory settings in Lenovo® IdeaPad notebooks
Provide the tips for restoring factory settings in Lenovo IdeaPad notebooks.
Lenovo IdeaPad factory settings is the initial settings of the system. From the Operating System to all of the software in the system will be restored during the factory settings restoring. By using different methods you can perform the factory settings restoring. One of them is the System Restore Tool. This tool is built in with the Windows Operating Systems. Through this you may restore the registry and the system files to any of the previous conditions. If the Lenovo IdeaPad system gets affected by spyware, you can remove them by using this system restoring. You can use the recovery CD to restore the system to the factory settings. The hidden recovery partition in the system can also be used to restore the factory settings.
Following are the things that you need to keep in mind during the factory settings restoring in Lenovo IdeaPad:
- Avoid external peripherals
- Use system in safe mode
- Use recommended settings
Avoid external peripherals
If any of the additional peripherals are connected during restoring to the factory settings, then the restoring can be time consuming. The system will add these peripherals also to the restoration list. The restoring of these additional peripherals will not provide any additional benefits. So avoid all such additional peripherals during the restoration.
Use system in safe mode
The system restoring in the safe mode is more secure. Otherwise the restoring might bring the system to a faulty condition. So ensure that you are doing the restoring in the safe mode itself. Safe mode will have minimum number of programs and applications running on the system. Keeping the system in safe mode avoids complications.
If the restoring is not done in the safe way, that will not give the expected result. When you select the restoring option, there you can see the “Use Recommended Settings” option. This will help you to do the restoring correctly. This option automatically restores the system to the initial factory settings.