Backup in Toshiba® Satellite T100 Laptop
Toshiba Satellite T100 laptop is powered with either Intel Pentium SU4100 or Intel Pentium SU2700 processor. It has 13.3-inch diagonal widescreen HD TruBrite LED Backlit display. Its hard drive has minimum 250 GB of storage capacity. It uses DDR3 RAM with 8 GB storage capacity. By default, it is available with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Operating system. A backup process allows you to easily restore your laptop when an event like system crash or virus attacks occurs. Before performing the backup process, you must make sure that you are using the blank medium for storing the data. In addition, take backup except virus infected documents to prevent the virus attacks on other documents in your laptop.
- Complete backup
- Incremental backup
- Third-party software
- Free form virus or malware
Complete or normal backup takes the backup for all files on a computer or network. Here the computer server would schedule a backup at least once in a month, in addition to making the copies of all data and files. The method marks all objects, which are backed up, so that you could easily find the additional data stored in your laptop after the complete backup. This method is very helpful for the administrator to restore your laptop when data loss occurs.
This process is carried out followed by the complete backup. Here you take the back up for the additional data stored on a laptop after the normal backup. In addition, it takes backup after the last incremental backup. This is scheduled weekly. This method also ensures the preservation of all files and allows restoring of files in the event of loss or destruction of data or files.
Many methods are available to take backup in your Toshiba Satellite T100 laptop. You could use either off-site backup or some software that allow you to save data on other computer or drivers in your own network. Cobian backup is the example of third-party software.
You need to make sure that the data in your system is free from virus attack before taking the backup. Otherwise, virus or malware in the backup data would destroy all other data present in your laptop. Sometimes, you would not be able to copy these backup data in your laptop. This is because virus blocks the copy-paste function. In addition, your CD drive would not read the CD or DVD due to virus infection.