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Jackson Armor Card v10.5 Review

Former staff writer    -   March 17, 2006


Installation
The included installation instructions were decently detailed, but at the same time they had room for improvement. The hardware part of this installation simply requires powering off the PC, inserting the Armor Card into an empty PCI slot, and then powering the PC back on. Hard, isn't it? The next step was to change the boot device priority via BIOS options and set the 'Network Card' as the 1st device.

  

I rebooted the PC, and before loading Windows, I heard 3 short beeps, and an administration screen appeared. I selected 'cancel', to boot into the operating system and install the drivers on the CD. Once the installation disk was inserted, the Armor Card driver window appeared:

They also included a 'Defrag' option, as well as 'Disk Cleanup' to ensure than everything is running smoothly before the card takes an image of the hard drive. I selected 'Install Drivers', and a few seconds later it was all ready to go. The computer was rebooted. The card's administration screen once again appeared. There was a 'Quick Installation' option, making the entire 'C:' drive protected and using default configuration, but I selected 'Custom Installation'.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
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  3. Installation contenued
  4. Features & Specifications
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