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    PostSubject: How to Install and Uninstall Software   Sat 1 Jan - 7:56

    How to Install and Uninstall Software

    Steps you should take before you Install

    • You should run Scan Disk(link to a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] of it) to
      check the Drive for Errors. Also you may want to check to see if the
      disk is Fragmented,
      if it is more then 80%, you should Defragment the drive.

    • Scan Disk and Disk Defragmentor(link to a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] of it)--Go
      to -Start-Programs-Accessories-System Tools, run Scan Disk first, then
      run Defragmentor, (do
      the shut down, 5th paragraph), before you Defrag.

    • It wouldn't hurt to run System File Checker( link to a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
      of it ) Start-Programs-Accessories-System Tools-System
      Information-Tools-File Checker, this is a Windows Utility
      that scans Windows files for corrupted files, if it finds one it will
      ask for the Windows Disk or your Restore
      Disk to fix the file. After you install software, you may want to run
      this. Installs will sometimes replace Windows
      files or entries, this utility will restore them the way Windows wants
      them, helps to keep Windows Happy ( :

    • Turn off any Virus Software you have running in the background.

    • Here is a shut down short cut, press and hold down,
      Ctrl-Alt-Delete, this will take you
      to Windows-Close Programs Utility (link to a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] of it ),
      highlight the virus program and click End Task and wait for a End Task
      Window to pop up,
      you may have to do this twice to turn it off. The programs will start up
      again when you reboot or restart your
      Computer, you will need to know the name of your Virus program so you
      know what to disable. Actually you can End
      Tasks on all those Programs, Except, SysTray and Explorer these run your

    • Now your ready to Install the software

    • After the Install is done, you should Reboot your system, if
      the program didn't, some do
      not require you to, but I do, just to be safe.

    • Next, you need to go to the Software Manufactures Web site, go
      to the Support Section and
      check for Update Patches for your software, if there is one, download
      and install it, then Reboot. Some
      Programs have Update Utilities built into them, check first before you
      go to the site.

    • Other Factors: most problems with software are usually because
      of Drivers and Direct X,
      you can check on your DirectX in the DirectX Diagnostic Tool (link to a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] of it )
      Start-Programs-Accessories-System Tools-System Information-Tools-DirectX
      Most newer programs now need [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , there is a lot of talk about not
      being able to Uninstall
      DirectX 9.0c, I guess my question is, why would you want to. Next check
      for updates for your Video and Sound Cards.
      This site has a pretty comprehensive database of card manufacture
      drivers, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.],
      you should check your Computer Manual to find out what
      cards you have on your system and then go to the manufactures site.

    • You may also need to configure the video and sound in the
      software program, usually just
      in Games.

    • For Software to run faster Put in more Ran 512 megs is now the
      recommended amount for most Programs.

    Uninstalling Software

    Use the Add/Remove Program to Uninstall Programs
    (link to a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

    of it)

    • The Number One reason people have problems with Windows, is because
      they Uninstall Software improperly. You can't just go to Windows
      Explorer and delete a program, I mean you can, but you will not Remove
      the Registry Entries, thusly, Windows will read the Registry Entries,
      you did not remove and will look for the removed files, Bingo, ERROR

    • Most Good Software Products
      come with a Uninstall Link. It will be in the Control Panels, Add/Remove
      Utility, Start--Settings--Control Panel--
      Add/Remove Programs(link to a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
      of it), if it isn't in Add/Remove it may be in the Programs Menu under
      that Programs Name, it will say Uninstall
      ----. Find the Program in the list Add/Remove, highlight it, click on
      the Add/Remove button, if it asks you, if
      you would like to leave shared files usually .dll files, say yes to all,
      leaving them will not bother anything
      .Besides the next steps will remove them if they are a problem.

    • Next, assuming there was a Removal Program. Go to Start--Find,
      type in the name of the
      Software you uninstalled, delete any entries or folders for that
      Software, BE careful
      ! make sure they are that program, I always find files with a programs
      name, but
      it belongs to some other Software, usually when you use the Add/Remove
      Program (link to a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
      of it), if it can't remove a folder or file it will tell you and give
      you Details of what it left
      behind write the info down.

    • If the Company did not give you a removal program, use an
      Uninstall Program like Revo Uninstaller which is free
      revouninstaller.com I have never used this software but I could not find
      anything bad about it on the web.

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