Recovery Disk in Lenovo® ThinkPad Edge 14 and 15 Laptop
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 and 15 comes pre-installed with Windows 7. The computer comes with AMD Turion II X2 2.3GHz and 1.8GHz Phenom II X3 processors. The notebook can also run with Athlon II X2 2.1GHz processor. Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 and 15 has a 250 GB hard disk. The hard disk capacity is sufficient for saving all kinds of data in the computer. The notebook has VGA and HDMI output. You could easily connect any external monitor to the computer using these outputs. Better display might be obtained in the computer if the HDMI is used. The display provided by HDMI output is richer than the VGA output. The notebooks have touchpad with multi-touch functionality. The computer will be in the default settings when you buy it. The recovery disc might be used to restore the computer to the default settings. There are many software available for creating recovery discs. The recovery files can be made into a CD or DVD.
- Check for threats
- Back up drivers
- Using DVD burner
Check for threats
The computer might become unreliable if there is any malware present. The viruses and other malware might creep into the recovery disc as well. So you need to install an antivirus in the computer. After installing antivirus, you need to scan the computer. If the notebook is not affected with any malicious programs, then you might create a recovery disc. Continue creating the recovery disc if there is no malware in the computer.
Back up drivers
The system files are copied when the recovery disc is made. You need to install the drivers along with the recovery CD. The drivers need to be backed up as only the system files are backed up in the recovery disc. In case the notebook has any issue and it fails, you need to run the recovery CD first and then install the drivers. If you have received a driver CD with the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 and 15, you need to save it. After restoring the computer using the recovery CD, restore back up in the computer.
DVD burners need to be there for creating a recovery disc. Since the recovery disc is made for a longer use, you need to purchase a good quality disc. Once the program is installed, insert the blank CD or DVD into the drive and follow the on-screen instructions. The burning might start. Based on the size of the data that needs to be burnt, you might need a CD or a DVD. After completing the burning process, you might use it for recovery.