Factory Settings in Sony® VAIO Z Series
Learn how to restore factory settings in Sony VAIO Z Series
Sony VAIO Z Series consist of fabulous features which are highly technology oriented ones to help you increase your performance. It uses high quality materials and components. But sometimes issues arise like loss of the drivers, software getting damaged, breaking of the software etc. It is highly recommended that you restore the factory settings in Sony VAIO Z Series when such issues arise. You need to be very cautious while restoring the factory settings as it would delete all your settings and information stored in the system. If you do not have a copy of these settings then it would become very difficult for you to restore these settings back. Thus, it is very important to create a copy of these settings and data.
Following are some of the tips to restore to the factory settings and the important things to be kept in mind while restoring the factory settings in Sony VAIO Z Series:
- Use System Restore
- Use recovery disk
- Backup data
Use System Restore
It is possible to reset the factory settings in Sony VAIO Z Series. This could be done by activating the option of system restore. It is very important to save all the programs and close them if you were using any of them before starting the process in order to avoid the loss of data. You need to go to the 'Accessories' from 'Start' menu and then select the 'System Restore' from the 'System Tools' menu. You could then restore the system to factory settings.
Use recovery disk
The factory settings could be restored by using the recovery disk. The details of the software used in Sony VAIO Z Series are included in this disk. It also contains information on the drivers. Thus, the recovery disk helps you to restore all the important default factory settings in Sony VAIO Z Series.
Before starting any process related to the restoring of the factory settings you need to first create a backup of all the data stored in the system. This would help you to protect your settings and data. You could take backup of the data on to a new disk. These data could be again loaded back into the system after restoring.