Uninstalling Samsung Recovery Solution 5

  Sandyums 10:59 AM 27 Oct 12
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I'm just upgrading to Windows 8 and I've had to uninstall Samsung Recovery Solution 5 beause it's not compatible. What can I have in its place?

  Forum Editor 16:00 PM 27 Oct 12

It's interesting, because as far as I'm aware Samsung is selling new Windows8 laptops with Samsung recovery solution installed, although the latest version is version 5.

Take a look at this and compare the version 5 build number with yours.

  uri18 17:38 PM 27 Oct 12

I also have the same probleme. But it also wants me to uninstall Easy display manager, Intel(r)proset/wireless wifi software, and samsung support center.

  Sandyums 17:46 PM 27 Oct 12

Mine asked me to uninstall those as well, but I didn't have a problem with that. How much do I need Samsung Recovery Solution?

  uri18 17:52 PM 27 Oct 12

Sandy, so you uninstall all those others and your computer still runs smoothly? or you update it them?

  djfreebs 17:13 PM 29 Oct 12

I had to uninstall the wireless pro, and I don't know what to do for wireless now?

  Forum Editor 17:58 PM 29 Oct 12

"How much do I need Samsung Recovery Solution?"

The answer to that is probably 'not at all' if your machine is running well. I'm not familiar with the Samsung software, but I imagine that what you would be recovering is the factory install of whichever operating system was on the machine when you bought it.

  Quickbeam 18:22 PM 29 Oct 12

Samsung Recovery Solution 3 on my XP netbook also makes drive image backups, I just did one last week. So I assume that V5 will too, but on W7 onwards, Windows can do that OK beyond the original factory setup.

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