Recovery Disk in Toshiba® Qosmio X500
Toshiba Qosmio X500 offers an elite performance with fast 3D gaming .It also has a brilliant HDTV with a stunning sound quality. With the help of its brilliant hard drive you can watch older movies and videos in a better quality. It offers a 6GB of DDR3 system memory with advanced storage capacity. It has a better data reliability with a quick boot-up process. It also has LED backlit display keyboard with Blu-ray disc player. It helps you to recover your hard drive to the original factory default state. Restoring the hard disk drive to the default state might delete all stored data on the partitions. So make sure to backup all files first. By creating recovery disc for your Toshiba Qosmio X500, you can reset your laptop to its factory settings. It eliminates the need of having to create your own backup disc.
- Inserting blank disc
- Aborting during write
- Access denied
Inserting blank disc
Do not insert a blank disc until the prompt screen appears. If you do so the disc will become unusable and corrupted. So insert it only after the prompt message. Inserting the disk before the screen appears or opening and closing the tray might affect the recovery process .After the prompt message you can insert the disk and provide the number.
Aborting during write
Aborting during the write process might affect the recovery process. Before aborting you should check whether the disc has completed the write and verification process. You will have to choose the disk that suits your model.You can click abort if you don’t have enough time to write all the disks. Check whether all the required write process is correctly verified and terminated before aborting.
While you are using the recovery process you might not be able to access other folders. Sometimes an error message such as "access denied" might occur. It doesn’t mean that your data is lost .While you are using the recovery disk you might not be able to copy a file or access a folder. So it is better to concentrate on what your are doing rather than multitasking.