System recovery in Lenovo® ThinkPad SL410
The role of System recovery in Lenovo ThinkPad SL410
The Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 is a small and medium size business machine designed to meet the demands of business men and students alike. Lenovo has proved its worth through efficiency in system deliverables and has little or no competition with other products. In this article, we will discuss the various events that can warrant a recovery and their possible solutions.
- System Recovery
- ThinkPad SL410 System Recovery
- Notes To Consider
As the name implies, it is the recovery of your system to the default specification by the manufacturer. It reverts your system to a brand new status because all the settings are restored to the default. You would feel as if the system is running for the very first time.
System recovery would only be required when the system shows signs of malfunction and almost all remedy to avert it have proved abortive. Also when there is a system failure and Windows cannot locate its boot sector, or the system does not recognize the operating system any more, it becomes imperative that a system recovery be done.
ThinkPad SL410 System Recovery
Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 offers a variety of ways to achieve this task. It’s up to you to decide which suits you. The options include; Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 recovery CD, Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 Windows 7 Restore disc or CD and the recovery partition installed on the system. All of the above options will allow you to perform a system recovery when the need arises. Using the Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 recovery CD is quite the best and does not require so many skills. Insert the CD into the optical drive, and follow the on-screen instructions to the end.
Using Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 Windows 7 restore disc is almost the same as the recovery CD, except that you must re-install Windows 7 separately before using the restore disc. The restore disc does not contain Windows operating system files. To perform a recovery using the partition on the system, select 'Control panel' from the 'Start' menu option, select 'System and security', click on 'Backup and restore', then click on 'Restore my files', then select the location, and follow the on- screen instructions given there.
The Windows 7 restore disc, and the recovery CD are not the same. One carries with it both the drivers and Windows installation files and the other carries just the drivers alone that support Windows 7 on the ThinkPad model. Attention must be paid while carrying out this task, so as not to risk the whole operation or recovery process.