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Before installing Juzt-Reboot®, are there any steps to perform?
Please run Windows Scandisk and Disk Defragmenter to ensure there are no file and system errors and to de-fragment the files on the hard disk. Also perform a full hard drive clean up and also remove all temporary files.
Why do I have to run Scandisk before installing Juzt-Reboot®?
Before any installation, the HDD must be checked for errors. This is to ensure that all the original system information, which Juzt-Reboot® will use for restoration, are valid.
Why do I have to defragment the HDD before installing Juzt-Reboot®?
This is because Juzt-Reboot® requires a continuous area of the hard disk to allocate the system buffer. Defragmentation will also ensure that all the files are arranged in order, and helps the system perform better by not having to seek all over the hard disk when loading system files.
How do I go into "real DOS mode"?
Just create a "Startup Disk" with "Add/Remove Programs" in "Control Panel", and then boot from this disk or In My Computer, right-click Floppy Drive to select Format and tick on ¡°Create an MS-DOS Startup Disk. Another method is to keep pressing the [F8] key when Windows is starting and then select "Command Prompt Only" from the menu.
Windows ME has no real DOS mode at all. So how to go into "real DOS mode"?
Create a "Startup Disk" with another computer which has Windows 95/98 installed.
Which PCI expansion slot should I use?
Any free expansion slot will do. Juzt-Reboot Hardware Card is not dependant on the PCI slots of the mainboard.
If Juzt-Reboot® menu does not appear. What should I do?
In the BIOS/CMOS settings disable virus protection and select NETWORK/LAN as the first boot device.  Some other BIOS require that the "Network Boot" feature to be enabled. For some older BIOS, enable "Option ROM".  For ASUS Motherboard, changing of Hardware Mode may require.


What is the use of "Hardware Mode"?
The "Hardware Mode" is to set the compatibility level of Juzt-Reboot® Card for the motherboard. This is because different computer use different components and hardware designs, such as the motherboard chipset and BIOS. If you experience Juzt-Reboot card cannot be installed properly, you may need to try to change the "Hardware Mode" and see if this will fix the problem.

How do we change the "Hardware Mode"?

If your Juzt-Reboot® card model is JR-PCI-NT v9.3 / v9.4 / v9.5, you can press the " Alt + M " keys once you see the " Juzt-Reboot HARDWARE: v9.x" message after the BIOS Power On Self Test.

For model JR-PCI-NT v9.6 and JR-PCI-VT, the Hardware Mode is a dip-switch located at the back of the card itself.

Which "Hardware Mode" do you recommend?

If Juzt-Reboot® Card works properly with the default "Hardware Mode", then there is no need to change it. Otherwise, try the other mode. We usually recommend using Mode B for Asus Motherboard, and Mode C for Intel 845 and newer chipsets as well as many of the MSI motherboards.

The default Hardware Mode for Model JR-PCI-NT v9.3 is Mode A.
The default Hardware Mode for Model JR-PCI-NT v9.4 and v9.5 is Mode D.

Are there any "Hardware Mode" for Juzt-Reboot SW Software Version?

No. Hardware Mode is not applicable to Software Version.

I have downloaded your upgrade from your website. How to upgrade Juzt-Reboot®

For driver in floppy diskette format: Extract the upgrade files into a blank floppy disk by running the downloaded EXE file. Restart the computer and go into Juzt-Reboot® "Configuration" menu. Choose "Upgrade".

For driver in CD format: Burn the upgrade files into a blank CD by running the downloaded NRG file using Nero Burner. Restart the computer and go into Juzt-Reboot® "Configuration" menu. Choose "Upgrade".

How do I protect the BIOS/CMOS settings with Juzt-Reboot®?
Enable "Auto-Restore CMOS data" function. But before you do this, execute "Analyze CMOS data" and then "Save CMOS data".
I intend to install and use Linux with Juzt-Reboot®. Is there any important information I should know before I install?
Juzt-Reboot® supports Linux under Backup Recovery Mode. Linux can only be installed in the first partition and you must create a Linux swap partition. The LILO ( Linux Boot Loader ) must be installed in the "First Sector of Boot Partition" instead of the "Master Boot Record" (MBR). Please refer User's Manual.
Can I change the size of the allocated partitions after Juzt-Reboot has been installed?
Once the partitions have been set up, they cannot be changed. You will have to backup all your partitions and data and uninstall the card. Then recreate the partitions with the desired sizes and set up everything again, or restore from your backups.
Some Linux versions, such as Fedora Core 5, Ubuntu and Debian/GNU do not have LILO as the boot loader. Can I perform the Linux installation on a computer with Juzt-Reboot®?
All Linux operating systems work on a similar principle. This means all Linux OS uses the UNIX kernel. Certain Linux versions only have GRUB as the boot loader. The installation procedure is still the same, however you will have to configure the "Advanced Boot Loader" settings. This is to ensure the boot loader is not automatically installed into the Master Boot Record . Juzt-Reboot® supports both GRUB and LILO as the Linux boot loader.

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