System Recovery in Sony® VAIO F Series Laptop
It is normal for any system user to experience sluggishness because of malicious software program that might have been installed onto the system. To address this problem, the user can perform a System Restore. This is a feature that will restore your system to its peak performance before it experienced any slow down.
- System Recovery tools available on Sony VAIO® F Series
- System Restore wizard on Sony VAIO® F Series
- Other diagnosing methods
System Recovery tools available on Sony VAIO® F Series
Windows® creates restore points each day the system start the operation or you set-up an application. In Windows® XP operating system, first you need to save and close any open programs. Later, click the ‘Start’ button and select ‘All applications’. Then, you need to select ‘Accessories’ and then, select ‘System tools’. Here, you will find ‘System Restore’. The restore process then begins. If you are using Windows Vista®, the process may be similar to Windows® XP. Certain times, however, System Restore will not display in the tool menu. In this situation move to ‘Start’ menu, later ‘Control panel’. Then go to ‘View advanced system’ settings. A window will pop up. Here you will find ‘System Restore’.
System Restore wizard on Sony VAIO® F Series
At this level the restore wizard will begin. If you do not have issues but plan to make other changes to your laptop you can create special restore point at this level. Otherwise accompany the wizard to restore your system to an earlier point. Select one restore point before these issues cropped up. Keep in mind that although System Restore will not eliminate any of the images and data it will delete all the network settings, updates, and programs installed after the time you selected. Normally this would take half an hour. If this process does not fix the issue or if the operating system arrives with a notice that it could not restore the system, attempt an earlier restore point.
Keep in your mind that this method is a fairly extreme step. Do not employ it for simple issues like, screen freezes or system crashes. The good fix for these is task manager. Use the ‘Ctrl, Alt, Delete’ keys, later choose the program which is causing the issue and click ‘End task’.