User manual HP COMPAQ DC5700 MICROTOWER PC

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[. . . ] Recovery Points are created to back up the entire system · incrementally Entire Drive Backups are created to back up the entire system in · a single archive. · Recovery Points and File Backups can be saved to CD or DVD, if the appropriate hardware is installed, while all backups can be copied to network or secondary hard disks. Reminders Upon installation, the HP Backup and Recovery Manager will remind the user to create the Recovery Disc Set immediately to ensure that there is a backup in a place other than the primary hard drive. Note: HP highly recommends creating the Recovery Disc Set immediately. Scheduled Backups The HP Backup and Recovery Manager provides a convenient scheduling utility. HP recommends that the backup schedule be created immediately to ensure continued system and data security. What Can Be Scheduled? Any backup that can be created manually can be scheduled. [. . . ] Select an option and follow the wizard to finish. Note: As Recovery Points are incremental, deleting one Recovery Point also deletes all subsequent Recovery Points. For example, Recovery Points created on the network are incremental, but independent of Recovery Points stored on an external hard drive. If a Recovery Point is deleted from the network location, this affects only the Recovery Points in that network location and not other locations. Saving Backups to Network or CD/DVD Recovery Points, Entire Drive Backups and File Backups may be saved to a Network Drive, while Recovery Points and File Backups may be burned to CD/DVD, depending on hardware available. These discs can be used with the Recovery Disc Set created by Recovery Media Creator to recover the system fully, up to the moment the last archive was created. File Backups may be saved to network, secondary hard drive or CD/DVD during the backup creation process, while Entire Drive Backups may be saved to Network or secondary hard drive. After the Welcome Screen, select Backup to protect system settings and important data files. Select Backup individual files and folders for File Backups, or select Backup entire hard drive to create an Entire Drive Backup. Follow the wizard to back up to a network drive, secondary hard drive or, for File Backups only, create CDs or DVDs. During Recovery Point creation, Recovery Points may be saved to a network location; however, CD or DVD archives are created separately from that process. After the Welcome Screen, select Backup to protect system settings and important files. After the Welcome screen, select Manage existing Recovery Points on the hard drive. Follow the wizard to complete creation of the CD or DVD discs. Recovery The ability to recover from a system problem and to retrieve a file from a backup are important elements of an overall data security program. The HP Backup and Recovery Manager provides a simple interface for recovering individual files or the entire PC hard drive. Recovery may be performed from a Recovery Disc Set or the Recovery Partition. Recovery Media Creator Creating a Recovery Disc Set is one of the most important things that can be done for PC hard drive security. After the Welcome Screen, select Create factory software recovery CDs or DVDs to recover the system. This wizard makes it possible to create the recovery discs directly or to save the discs to the hard drive as ISO images. These ISO images can be saved to disc later using another application. Note: This application cannot burn these ISO images to disc once saved to hard drive but will create the Recovery Disc Set and any other backups or Recovery Point discs. CDs and the Initial Recovery Point may be saved to disc as often as necessary, but only a single copy of the Microsoft Windows CD can be created, due to licensing constraints. Note: This applies if HP Backup and Recovery Manager was preinstalled. How to Recover The HP Backup and Recovery Manager provides two basic recovery methods. The second, PC Recovery, requires a reboot to the Recovery Partition or from the Recovery Disc Set. Recovery of Files and Folders Within Windows, the HP Backup and Recovery Manager provides the capability of recovering individual files and folder from a backup. Select Recover PC's factory installed operating system, drivers, utilities and applications. [. . . ] CD and supplemental CDs which may reside in the Recovery Partition. How to Uninstall To uninstall the HP Backup and Recovery Manager use the Control Panel Add or Remove Programs utility. Follow the wizard to complete the removal of the HP Backup and Recovery Manager. Glossary Entire Drive Backup This is a backup of every file and folder on the primary hard drive, including most partitions. Partitions not included are the Recovery Partition, hidden, and non-Windows partitions. This backup can be used in conjunction with the Recovery Partition to recover the system to the state it was when the Entire Drive Backup was created. Initial Recovery Point The first recovery point of the system is called the Initial Recovery Point. [. . . ]

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