If you have been using your computer for a long time, then either for the sake of maintenance or for the sake prevent further corruption of the system, you seek to restore it. In most computers, this feature comes with a kick i.e. when system restoration happens, all your data goes up in flames. Therefore, we should consider ourselves lucky that Dell computers come with a built in image partition that allows users to restore their system to a specific point in time; the time being the one when the image is created. While this process is easy, its implementation seems to be a drag for some users.
Before we go into the whole process, a word of warning; the entire process will eradicate every trace of old data from the drive. But, there is a silver lining here; a Dell Computer’s restoration process is more focused courtesy of the inbuilt image. Therefore, the only data that is going to be removed from your system is going to be from the drive that entails the operating system, i.e. the C drive. Once you have pondered upon these factors, you can follow the below given process to get back the glory days of your computer.
Now that the system is reformatted, you can begin with the restoration of files that you have backed up in the external drives
If there is an issue while following through any of these steps, you should consult the experts. You can reach these experts via the toll-free Dell Support Number Canada. Under normal circumstances, the system reformat is the first option. Therefore, make sure that your system is properly secured through regular scanning, disk checking etc.