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Jackson Armor Card v10.5 Review

Former staff writer    -   March 17, 2006


Features & Specifications
These are the card's features, as supplied by Jackson Backup:

  • Windows operating style interface. Display with an 800 x 600 color boot picture
  • Plug-n-Play, quick and easy installation with a default configuration
  • Guards your computer 100% of the time
  • Various recovery modes and intervals. You can select manual or automatic recovery
  • CMOS protection
  • Works with Linux, LILO, and multiple boot operating systems
  • Super network clone technology, with wake on LAN
  • Novice or expert user can enjoy the features
  • Compatible with the newest hardware, motherboards and operating systems
  • Excellent system efficiency, The Jackson Armor Card uses less 3.5% of the disk space
  • Protects from formatting, including f-disk
  • Does not rely on software to function and therefore is not vulnerable to system damage
  • Holds no data on card
  • Supports all file systems(FAT16, FAT32, NTFS)
  • Does not increase boot-up time
  • No loss of system performance
  • Armor card settings are password protected

The specifications as provided by Jackson Backup are the following:
Operation System Support 98 / ME / NT / 2000 / XP / Linux/ FreeBSD
Expansion Slot PCI 32 bit
Hard Drive Support IDE / EIDE / ATA100 / SATA / SCSI
Computer Base IBM PC compatible / 80386 and above with a color monitor
Auto Restore CMOS Data Yes
Plug and Play Yes
Support BIOS Type Yes, Supports All Known BIOS
Armor Card Size 75mm X 39mm
LT-CACHE Technology Yes (True 32 bits kernel technology. Support UDMA 66/100)
ST-DATA Technology Yes (Smart detection of the backup zone)
Backup Mode Selections Auto Restore/Manual Restore/ Base Image
Numbers Of Boot Partitions Up to 40 partitions
Protection of system bios Yes
Boot Screen Delay Selection Yes (1~99sec)
Hard Drive Size Up to 256 GB
Scheduled Auto Restore Yes, up to 99 days
Custom Boot Screen Picture 800*600, 24bit
System Resource occupation 5% of HD space, no IRQ interrupt
DSC buffer space 8 GB


The system requirements fit almost every single PC out there:
  • Computer: 386 or above IBM compatible
  • Monitor: SVGA
  • Slot: a free PCI expansion slot
  • Hard Disk: 2GB or above
  • Memory: 8MB or above
  • Video Card: 2MB or above



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