System recovery in Acer® Extensa
Acer Extensa is a high computing and multitasking enabled laptop computer from Acer. It makes use of the advanced AMD Athlon X2 QL-62 processor 2 GHz and dual core technology. The powerful processor is coupled with a 4 GB DDR2 memory module at 667 MHz for multitasking experience. If makes use of the advanced ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics processor to provide HD graphics output on its 15.4-inch TFT active matrix display supporting 16.7 million colors. The other features of the PC include AMD M780 G chipset, 1 MB L2 cache, 250 GB serial ATA hard drive operating at 5400 rpm, DVD±RW, 5 in 1 card reader, Acer 3D sonic stereo speakers, integrated camera, fax/modem with 56 kbps transfer rate, high speed Gigabit Ethernet, wireless LAN support and a very efficient Lithium ion battery.
- The role of system recovery
- System recovery events
- Recovery tools
The role of system recovery
Performing a System recovery in your Acer Extensa will help your PC to recover the initial conditions without the need of a clean OS installation in case if you face any problems with your OS. The running of system recovery will help you to regain the system condition at the time of purchase. If you have taken necessary backup at the time of the automated system recovery, your important data will not be lost.
System recovery events
You might have to perform system recovery in your Acer Extensa due to many issues. You may face an operating system crash due to OS file corruption or file missing, malware threats on your OS or improper drivers. To fix such issues, you can run the System Recovery tool. If you have a recovery CD, you would be able to reinstate the system back to the default settings without any issue. If automated recovery is done, you should have created a back up of files separately.
If you have a recovery CD, you can reinstate the system back to the default settings without any issues. If automated system recovery is done, you might have created a backup of files and your important data separately. Automatic system recovery tool is available by default in your OS as the 'Backup and Restore'. You can perform the automatic recovery by following the simple steps as prompted by 'Backup and Restore', when you run it. You can also use the common recovery tools like the Intel System recovery or the Windows Data recovery, to perform System recovery.