Symantec LiveState Recovery Standard and Advanced Server 3.0 system requirements
|Article:TECH108900|||||Created: 2004-01-27|||||Updated: 2005-01-24|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH108900|
This document describes the system requirements and installation options for Symantec LiveState Recovery Standard and Advanced Server 3.0.
To install and use this product your computer must meet the minimum requirements described in the following table:
|Processor||Dependent on the operating system|
|Operating System||See the table under Installation options.|
|Hard Disk Free Space||
|CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive||Any speed and bootable in BIOS|
To see if the product supports your CD or DVD writer, please visit www.gearsoftware.com/support/tables/tables.cfm. Specify your OS and the manufacturer of your CD or DVD writer to see if your device is supported.
|Software||The first time you start the product, you are prompted to install the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1, if it has not already been installed. The .NET Framework is a required component to run the product.|
Supported file systems and removable media
Symantec LiveState Recovery supports the following file systems and removable media:
FAT16, FAT16X, FAT32, FAT32X, NTFS, dynamic disks, Linux Ext2, Linux Ext3, and Linux swap partitions
You can save backup image files locally (that is, backup image files are created and saved on the same computer where Symantec LiveState Recovery is installed) to most CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R(W), and DVD+RW recorders on the market today. For an updated list of supported drivers, please see the Symantec web site. The product also supports saving backup image files to most USB devices, 1394 FireWire devices, JAZ, Zip, and magneto-optical devices.
Note: Symantec LiveState Recovery does not support RAM drives or backing up directly to tape.
If you need a data protection solution for enterprise workstations, use the latest version of Symantec LiveState™ Recovery Desktop. If you need a data protection solution for home computers, use the latest version of Norton Ghost™. The following table describes the options that you can select (or deselect) at the time of installation on a particular Windows operating system.
|Windows operating system|
|2000 Advanced Server|
(SP2 or greater)
|2000 Server (SP2 or greater)|
|NT 4 Server (SP6a)|
|XP Professional (SP1 or greater)|
|2000 Professional (SP2 or greater)|
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