Restore Windows® 7 in Lenovo® ThinkPad X201 Laptop
Lenovo ThinkPad X201 laptops are equipped with the Intel Core i7-620M processor. It has got a 4 GB memory and its hard drive capacity is about 320 GB. The Lenovo ThinkPad X201 Laptop has a 9 cell lithium-ion battery. It gives you 13.2 hours of battery life on a single recharge. These laptops are designed with little or no weight. To access connections you must use suitable software. The Lenovo ThinkPad X201 laptops are provided with full-sized, spill-resistant keyboard and also self-encrypted hard drives. These laptops can withstand extreme conditions. The Intel processors are loaded with boost technology and hyper-threading technology for quicker startup and shutdown applications. While restoring Windows 7 in the Lenovo ThinkPad X201 laptops, many problems arise within the system. To restore files you can use the System Restore tool to prevent issues.
- Scanning viruses
- Data backup
- Creating a restore point
- Restoring Windows 7
The user must check the presence of viruses present on the Operating System before restoring Windows 7 in the Lenovo ThinkPad X201. If the system faces the difficulty of a virus attack then the user must install antivirus software to remove all the viruses. The virus has to be scanned before you go on to the restoring process; otherwise the Operating System gets degraded and makes the system inoperable.
Data back up
When the user restores Windows 7 in the Lenovo ThinkPad X201 there might be a chance of data loss. To prevent the loss of data, they must be stored in other locations. So if troubles arise while the restoration process is going on then the data can easily be recovered. It is recommended to backup all the data before restoring the system. This can be programs that are installed on the computer. You can save the setup files to these programs.
Restoring the system to a restore point will be easier because it will have more details about the system and restore point. The users must take proper care while creating restore points. Restore points can be either created by you or automatically by the system at critical points like when an update to the Operating System happens.
The restoration of the Windows 7 Operating System can be done through the control panel and the System and Security. Here you can select recovery and move along the wizard that will take you to System Restore. Select the restore point that you would like to set Windows back to. Follow the wizard to restore the system and set it back to the point where the Operating System was stable.