Guidelines to restore Windows® 7 in Sony® VAIO CW Series
Sony Vaio CW Series from Sony is famous for its attractive laptop colors. This is a reasonably priced laptop with silky smooth touchpad. It has got a fabulous 14.1-inch LED-backlit screen. It is available with processors up to 2.53GHz Intel Processor and can be upgraded to 3.06GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology. It comes with a hard drive up to 640GB and RAM options up to 8GB DDR3. It also has Blu-ray Disk playback/burning, CD/DVD playback/burning drive, which means you can watch videos in Blu-ray format. The laptop comes with Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System. It has an in-built Motion-Eye camera, Wi-Fi and an integrated Stereo A2DP Bluetooth. The laptop has video output clarity with HDMI. Windows 7 has enhanced system recovery and restoration abilities. The process is really easy to do and user friendly.
- System restore
- Backup your personal files
- Carrying out system restore
System restore is a feature of Windows 7. By using this program, you can restore the settings of your system into a previously known and safe state in case of a system crash. The operating system has provisions for creating what is called a restore point. Whenever a radical new change is brought to the system like an addition of a new program or a complete system scan, the Windows automatically creates restore points. These points will have all the information about the system till that point. Each point is assigned to particular date in the calendar. User can set your own restore points also.
Backup your personal files
It is advised that you backup every important personal document. Windows can do a backup operation into a particular folder by itself. All you need to do is set up a schedule for backup and Windows will do the rest by itself. Another safe option to safeguard your important files is to backup the data on CD/DVD. By doing this, you can ensure that all your data is safe and recoverable even if the computer crashes.
To perform a system restore is an easy job. When the computer starts you need to press ‘F8’ key and in the menu that appears select ‘System Recovery’ which would be the first option. From the ‘System Recovery’ option, select ‘System Restore’. If you had set an administrator password, you will be prompted to enter it. Then the system will carry out restoration to any particular restore point that is mentioned by the user.