COMODO Time Machine Setup – A Linux partition is detected.

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Hello,

My Comodo time machine setup file is not installing due to Linux partition.

Does there any way to bypass the problem?

I mean keeping the Linux partition, can I install Comodo time machine?

If you know the tricks please share with me.

COMODO Time Machine Setup

A Linux partition is detected.

COMODO Time Machine can’t work with Linux partitions.

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COMODO Time Machine Setup – A Linux partition is detected.

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I don’t know if there is a way of installing Comodo Time Machine on a system running Linux. Generally, Comodo Time Machine only runs on Windows operating system. If you are really in need of using this application, might as well format your hard drive and install Windows.

To further supply you with the information about Comodo Time Machine, here are its system specifications:

  •     Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  •     Pentium 3 or higher processor
  •     128 MB RAM
  •     4 GB free hard disk space


There are many sites that offer free download of this application and here is one of them: http://www.pcworld.com/article/232241/comodo_time_machine.html.

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