Restore Windows® XP in Lenovo® ThinkPad W701
Do you want to restore Windows XP operating system in your Lenovo ThinkPad W701 laptop?
‘System Restore’ is an option available in Windows XP operating system which can be used to restore the Lenovo ThinkPad W701 laptop if any problem, such as system crash occurs. This tool takes snapshots of the existing system and stores this into a point known as restore point. This point can be used whenever your system encounters a serious error. This option resides in the ‘Control Panel’ of Lenovo ThinkPad W701 laptop. If you are planning to use the system restore option in any of the office systems or any system other than the personal system then you need administrator privileges. After login, you need to click the ‘System Restore’ option in the system tools. Then you need to choose any of the restore points and after this confirm the restore option. The system will start to work in normal manner after this restore.
‘System Restore’ in Windows XP can help you bring Lenovo ThinkPad W701 laptop into proper working condition, but you need to remember some important things:
- ‘Systems Restore’ disk space
- Data storage
- Remove viruses
‘Systems Restore’ disk space
To perform ‘Systems Restore’, the hard disk must have at least 200 MB of free space. If this much space is not available, then the restore will cancel automatically. So you need to ensure the hard disk capacity before starting the restore process in your Lenovo ThinkPad W701 laptop.
Data storage means safeguarding the important data stored in your Lenovo ThinkPad W701 laptop. If the ‘System Restore’ process fails due to any reason, some of the files in the system can get lost. So, you need to backup important data saved in your laptop if you want to use it in future.
Viruses in the system may prevent the successful completion of ‘System Restore’. If your Lenovo ThinkPad W701 laptop contains viruses, then these viruses can damage the restore points in your laptop. Therefore, it is necessary that you install antivirus software to deal with such harmful activities.