Reinstall Windows® Vista® on Dell® XPS 410
What are the causes that leads to reinstallation Windows Vista in Dell XPS 410?
Dell XPS 410 is a desktop computer with robust feature and solid performance at affordable price. It comes with Intel's 2.4-GHz Core 2 Duo E6600 processor and 2GB of DDR2-667 RAM. It offers Speedy Core 2 Duo CPU; quiet operation. It has NVIDIA GeForce 7900GS graphic processor and integrated sound card. Windows Vista Home Premium is used as the Operating System. Reinstalling of Operating System is required because of several reasons. If the virus or malware have infected your system, the only way to get rid of from this is reinstalling Operating System. Before reinstalling, copy the contents of the 'C: Documents and Settings' folder to a CD or other removable medium. Also backup the critical data.
Following are the possible reasons for reinstalling Windows Vista on Dell XPS 410:
- Attack of virus
- Registry corruption
- Issues while reinstalling
Attack of virus
The virus is harmful to the system which corrupts the system files and as a result, it decreases the system performance. There might be some situation when your antivirus software might not be helpful to get rid of some viruses or malware programs. Then, the only way to remove the virus is by reinstalling your Dell XPS 410 because there are some viruses which won’t get deleted even after a powerful scanning with antivirus software.
Registry is the important part of the system, which is a database of everything that is on your Dell XPS 410. This includes both hardware and software. As the computer is used more and more, and as software and hardware are removed and added, the registry gets bigger, which forces the computer to perform slowly. Sometimes the "Registry cleaners" which are supposed to "clean" the registry, might damage or even destroy the computer. If it happens, you have to get the OS reinstalled.
When you are reinstalling an Operating System on your Dell XPS 410, there is a chance of power failure, if proper power back up is not there, then the entire installing process might be utter failure. Power failure makes the interruption in the installing process. If the Operating System is not completely installed, the system would not work properly. Then the only solution might be to reinstall the Windows again. Use a good Windows installing CD or DVD in order to perform a clear installation process.