Downloading the ISO file for 1-Touch for Windows
You can download the ISO file from the Cloud Services Web site.
1-Touch ISO applications are also available for Dell and HP drivers. You can use the Virtualize Me feature with Dell or HP drivers.
To perform 1-Touch Recovery operations using Version 10 backups, see Upgrade Considerations for 1-Touch for Windows (V10 to V11).
Before You Begin
- You can directly add the drivers to the downloaded ISO file using 1-Touch.exe. For more information, see Adding Drivers to Windows Driver Manager and Adding Windows Drivers for NIC and Mass Storage Devices.
- If you are familiar with the drivers that you require to perform 1-Touch Recovery, you can add the drivers to the Cloud Services Web site. For more information, see Adding Drivers to the Cloud Services Web Site.
- You can directly install the hot fixes to the source ISO file using 1-Touch.exe. For more information, see Installing Hot Fixes to the Source ISO File.
- Go to the Commvault Store page on the Cloud Services Web site.
On the Commvault Store page, the software media items are displayed.
- On the left side of the page, under the Version filter, click Installer.
- Click the Download button next to the software media that you want to download. For a list of available installation media, see Installation Media List.
For example, to download the 1-Touch ISO application for 64-bit Windows computers, look for 1-Touch-Windows-x64.iso (Windows Live CD) with the latest service pack.
The software media is downloaded to the location that you specified.
- If you downloaded the Download Manager, you will see the application executable along with the checksum file.
- If you downloaded a software disc, you will see the .iso image of the disc.
Mount the .iso using an appropriate software (for example, MagicISO). Then, use the software media from the mount location.
- Use the ISO image to boot the client using any one of the following methods:
- Burn a Live CD.
- Copy the ISO to a USB drive and connect the USB drive to the client computer that you want to boot. For more information on creating a bootable USB drive, see Create a Bootable USB.
- Copy the ISO to a Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE) server to boot using the network. For instructions, see Frequently Asked Questions.
Last modified: 6/6/2019 6:55:33 PM