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Restore Windows® 7 in Toshiba® Satellite Pro T110
Toshiba Satellite T110 is a business laptop designed for delivering high performance. The users who travel frequently would prefer Toshiba T110 because of its long battery life. The laptop is designed to run 64 bit Microsoft Windows 7 operating system. One of the main advantages of Toshiba T110 is the presence of USB port having sleep and charge capability. This would help the users to charge their USB devices even if the laptop is switched off. The hard drive protection and face recognition utility help in providing advanced security features to the customers.
- Take data backup
- Windows 7 restore
- Install compatible drivers
Take data backup
The first step to be carried out while doing the restore process is data backup. It is very important to take a copy of all the necessary data in your computer. The media for storing data must be safe and make sure that it is free from virus attacks. If you are using CDs or DVDs for storing data then it would be more convenient. External hard disk can also be used to store data.
Windows 7 restore
You need to make sure that you have already created a restore point to which your system has to be restored. A restore point is a state in which your system was working properly. For restoring Windows 7, click ‘Start’ and select ‘All Programs.’ Choose ‘System Tools’ from ‘Accessories.’ Now from the list select ‘System Restore.’ By clicking this, Windows 7 would automatically find the best restore point on your system and would restore your system to that particular condition.
It is very essential to install compatible drivers for Toshiba T110 before you perform the restoration process. If the installed driver is not compatible, then the restoration process might get corrupted. Compatible drivers could be downloaded from the manufacturer’s website. The system would search drivers during the restore process. Any failure in driver detection could interrupt restoration of Windows 7.