Recovery Partition in Acer® Extensa
Are you inquisitive about the use of recovery partition in Acer Extensa laptop?
Extensa is a series of new laptops introduced by Acer. These are specially designed for business and professional users. Extensa laptops offer high performance and functionality. Extensa laptops have been introduced to balance everyday usage and the business tasks of users. Some of Acer series are like Extensa 4220, Extensa 4230, Extensa 5220, etc. As every laptop of Acer, this new series also provide recovery partition in its hard disk. The hard disk capacity may vary from 160 GB to 250 GB. The recovery partition in Acer laptop helps to store the initial factory settings and restores back to the system whenever the user wants. This is an easy process as computer to Windows reinstallation.
Here we will focus on the role and benefits of recovery partition in Acer Extensa laptop:
- Recovery partition
- Working of recovery partition
- Recovery of corrupted partition
A part of hard disk where all the initial factory settings are stored is called a recovery partition. The physical hard disk of the system can be divided into several parts. Besides the drives or volumes that the users create for their storage of private files, the recovery partition of Acer Extensa laptop is created by the manufacturer which helps to restore the system back to its factory settings. This recovery partition mainly contains the operating system that came preinstalled in your laptop, essential drivers, etc.
Working of recovery partition
The recovery partition in Acer laptop helps to restore the system settings. It mainly works in restoring the Extensa laptop to its factory settings. When the system gets crashed or you are facing problems with virus infections, this part in the hard disk collects all the essential data wanted for the system and stores it back to the system. Now the system will be same as that when it was bought.
If the partitions in your Acer laptop get corrupted and if your operating system is not able to locate the partitions, then for recovering or restoring the missing or unallocated disks, the users are requested to run ‘Recover my files’ and to select ‘Recover a Drive’. After this operation, all the files and folders may be displayed under a ‘Folder’. Then, you can find the partitions and recover them. If the partitions are found, click on your missing files and view their content. The recovery of corrupted partitions is possible through recovery CDs and recovery software.