HP Recovery Manager is a disaster recovery solution that can be easily installed and will help you retrieve your data and take care of the backups on your HP laptop running Windows 7.
With HP Recovery Manager you can restore your system to default factory settings and get you up and running once again.
Sometimes your operating system may begin to behave in an odd way and becomes unresponsive. This may be due to virus infections, driver conflicts, or hardware failure. Whatever the case, HP Recovery Manager is able to undertake a restoration and return your HP laptop to a default state.
As soon as HP Recovery Manager has been deployed, it does not require much user input other than a few clicks and a restart in order to get you back on track. To begin, it would be wise to disconnect any USB devices as well as any post-installed hardware components, like hard drives or graphics cards etc.
Next up, you can reboot the machine into the recovery process. The app also offers you a backup solution in case you have not been able to backup your data, prior to this point. This is optional and if not required, you can skip it and go straight to the main operation of reformatting the Windows partition of your hard disk, followed by the reinstallation of the original software. Upon the app completing the reformatting operation, the PC restarts and the Windows operating system installation begins.
Overall, HP Recovery Manager is a superb disaster recovery solution that is able to recover your system back to it’s original state, in case other avenues have failed.
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