Restore Windows® XP in Toshiba® Tecra R10
How to restore Windows XP in Toshiba Tecra R10
The model’s standard form is indistinguishable from an ordinary notebook. The presence of the stylus is the only difference from an appearance point of view. You can access the web easily with the help of the stylus that comes up with Toshiba Tecra R10. Toshiba Tecra R10 is a good PC for business purposes, since it is light weight and easy to carry. The tablet includes an Intel Pentium M 735 processor with a RAM capacity of 512 MB and 60 GB of hard drive space. System restore tools come along with Windows XP. If any malfunctioning in the normal programming of the system occurs, then the user can use System Restore. This helps the user to prevent errors in Toshiba Tecra R10.
The following are the tips to be kept in mind while restoring Windows XP in Toshiba Tecra R10:
- Program backup
- Selecting a correct restore point
- Reversing System Restore
There may be changes that can occur on the programs that have been installed on the system. When restoring the system to a previous point the system might tend to remove the programs that were installed on the operating system past a particular restore date. If you want to install the programs after the system restore has been done, then you will need to back up the setup files and run them after the system restore has been completed.
Selecting a correct restore point
While restoring Windows XP in the Toshiba Tecra R10, care must be taken by the user for selecting restore points. The user is always recommended to have a list of all the restore points so that, the correct point can be easily selected without causing much trouble. The restore points can be chosen manually as well as automatically by your system. It is advisable to select the restore points manually. This can be accessed from System Tools on the computer. The system will run through the wizard and restore the system back to its previous restore point.
The system restore that is done on the operating system can be reverted back to its original state. If the system restore that is done does not change the settings or the problems that has occurred on the system then the system restore can be undone. The system restore can create restore points on the operating system every couple of hours and this can be done every 24 hours. Else, the System Restore can also be done when major changes like the Windows Update are done on the system.