Reinstallion of Windows® in Acer® Veriton
With latest technology and design Acer Veriton provides support to perform all your everyday tasks. Windows reinstallation is a very delicate process where users need to be very careful. Reinstallation doesn’t format your system’s hard drive but it reinstalls the Windows operating system after maintaining all the available files and their structures.
- Guidelines for Windows reinstallation in Acer Veriton
- Reasons which can lead to reinstallation
- How to avoid issues which can cause reinstallation?
Guidelines for Windows reinstallation in Acer Veriton
A couple of things you should keep in mind before and after reinstallation of Windows to your system. Reinstallation of Windows means not just reinstallation of the operating system but it is the reinstallation of all the software that is installed in C:drive. So, instead of storing all your data in C:drive always store it in different drives and before reinstallation take a backup of important applications and data. Although reinstallation doesn’t erase the data it is a good practice to take backup of your programs and data.
Reasons which can lead to reinstallation
If system gets infected by viruses and malware then it can alter some files, directories, affect user installed programs and even sometimes can harm to your important data. Sometimes this issue can be fixed by removing viruses but if it doesn’t work then the best and fastest way to fix this issue is reinstallation of Windows on your Acer Veriton system. Sometimes any hardware failure can also corrupt system files or critical data structure like boot records, FAT tables, etc. Registry is the most important component of Windows which contains all the entries for added software and hardware in your system. Sometimes if you delete or add incorrect entries then it can harm your system a lot.
Keep your Acer Veriton system always up-to-date with latest antivirus, antispyware and antimalware software to avoid entering dangerous viruses in your system. You can also use “System Restore” often to avoid the need of full reinstallation.