System Recovery in Lenovo® ThinkPad L512
How to perform system recovery in Lenovo ThinkPad L512?
Lenovo ThinkPad L512 is a new laptop launched by Lenovo in its range of eco-friendly computers. It has been equipped with some of the best features in the industry including the Windows 7 Professional 32-bit operating system, Intel Core i3-350 M processor, 15.6 inches high definition 1366 x 768 WXGA anti-glare screen, in-built 2.0 megapixel web camera and Bluetooth connectivity. When it comes to operating the computer, you may sometimes encounter problems if you accidentally install a malicious program or uninstall a necessary program. In that case, system recovery in Lenovo ThinkPad L512 proves to be of great help. Various issues related to system recovery in Lenovo ThinkPad L512 are discussed in the following points.
- When system recovery is needed?
- Tools and options of system recovery in Lenovo ThinkPad L512
- How to do a system recovery?
When system recovery is needed?
You need to perform system recovery in Lenovo ThinkPad L512 when you realize that you have started experiencing problems in your computer after installing or uninstalling a particular program or application. Sometimes, system recovery can help even if your computer has crashed. System recovery does not take much time and you will also not lose any data.
Tools and options of system recovery in Lenovo ThinkPad L512
As far as system recovery in Lenovo ThinkPad L512 is concerned, you can recover your data, information and settings just by clicking a single button. This is perhaps one of the most attractive features of Lenovo ThinkPad L512. When you perform system recovery in this laptop, you have 5 different options to choose from: Startup repair, system restore, Windows complete PC restore, Windows memory diagnostic tool and command prompt. Out of these 5 options, you have to use the Windows complete PC restore option when you have backed up your PC. The command prompt is used by advanced users and the memory diagnostic tool is used when you receive a notification from Windows.
In order to do a system recovery, click on the ‘Start’ button and select the ‘System Tools’ option from the ‘Accessories’ menu. Select ‘System Restore’ from the ‘System Tools’ menu. Here, you will be asked for the time and date for which you want your computer to get restored. Click on the ‘Next’ button and the recovery procedure will start on its own. After the recovery is done, your computer will restart automatically.