Restore Windows® 7 in Toshiba® Tecra R10
Guidelines to restore Windows 7 in Toshiba Tecra R10
Toshiba Tecra R10 is attractive laptop, which is a sleek and ultra portable. The wireless features on Toshiba Tecra R10 make it suitable for business professionals on the move. The system comes with the standard processing power of the latest Intel processor, it comprises of a standard hard disk along with enough internal memory for processing. You would get the Toshiba Tecra R10 preloaded with the latest Windows 7 operating system whcih will make it very efficient. Windows 7 operating system comes with a built in tool that allows you to revert the operating system to its previous state. This is known as the System Restore and it could be performed when the system has undergone serious damage in its normal functioning.
Some tips to be kept in mind to restore Windows 7 in your Toshiba Tecra R10:
- Accessing System Restore
- Select Restore Point
- Running System Restore
Accessing System Restore
The System Restore on the Toshiba Tecra R10 is accessible from the 'System Tools' in the Start menu. You could simply enter 'System Restore' and open the tool. Once the System Restore is opened you will come across the interface that appears to be a wizard, you have to follow the instructions carefully to apply the System Restore and set the Toshiba Tecra R10 back to a previous state where the laptop was error free.
Select Correct Restore Point
Before the process of restoring Windows 7 in your Toshiba Tecra R10, you must select the necessary restore point. There will be multiple system restore points that have been saved on your system as the system restore saves the points when major changes to the system were made. For example the system will store changes such as when updates have been applied to the operating system. You could manually set restore points over a period of time; this would help keep track of the changes that have been performed on the system.
Once the correct point is chosen you have to press 'next' tab and follow the System Restore procedure till the end. Once the point has been selected the system would start running the process wizard and reboot. After this is complete you would have the system ready and set back to a previous state. The system restore does not remove any personal files or documents; however programs that have been installed on the system on a later date would be removed. You would have to reinstall any programs that you need after the system restore is complete. Thus it is recommended that a copy of the setup file must be saved before the system restore is processed.