Restore to factory settings in Toshiba® Satellite E205
What are the ways of restoring to factory settings in Toshiba Satellite E205?
Toshiba Satellite E205 is the new stylish laptop from the Toshiba series. The system is designed with a metallic blue finish which provides an eye-catching look for the laptop. The system is highly compatible with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium OS. It comes with the new Intel Core i5 processor which provides fast access to data and applications. The system has a DDR3 memory of capacity 4GB and speed of 1066 MHZ. The hard drive has a capacity of 500 GB and speed of 5400 rpm. You might wish to restore your system to Factory Settings sometimes. It might be because you need to have the old stage of system or your system is completely infected with malwares. There are a lot of steps to restore the system. You need to open the system restore window in ‘System Tools’ which is located in the ‘Start’ menu and then click on particular options to restore the system. The system might have a hidden restore disk which could be accessed from the recovery software. You need to burn this to a DVD and re-install. You need to use a restore disk always to perform the restoring of your system.
You need to keep some points in mind while performing the system restore in Toshiba Satellite E205. The points include:
- Create backup
- Restore point
As you are restoring the system, the system would go back to its initial stage. It might format your hard drive. You might have saved all your data and applications in the hard drive. The formatting of hard drive might result in losing your data including files, applications, passwords and OS. So, you need to create a backup of these data before you perform the restoring process.
It is not compulsory to restore your system to its initial stage every time. You could fix the stage to which the system needs to be restored. You could select the restore point at which the virus had infected your system or unwanted software added. For this, you need to click on the ‘Create Restore Point’ and check the option to enable it. Then you need to give the description of the restore point in the appropriate text box.
As you restore the system, it returns to an initial stage or the stage you desired. You might have made many changes to the system after that particular point. You might have upgraded drivers or other components. The restored system might not be compatible with the changes you made. So, you need to check for compatibility before you attempt to restore the system.