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Before Installation: (Back to installation instructions)

Before you install any software, it is critical that your hard drive be in optimum working order. It's recommend that you get in the habit of performing regular 'house keeping' on your PC.

ScanDisk, Disk Defragmenter and Disk Cleanup are the tools that you need to use to keep everything running smoothly. Such good practice offers you the best chance of running today's software with minimum issues. As an added benefit, a clean system will operate more efficiently, and other software applications you use may run more quickly and more stable.

ScanDisk (Win98/ME)/Error-checking (Win 2000/XP) detects and repairs disk errors and bad sectors on your hard disk drive.

Disk Defragmenter ensures that the data on your hard disk is organised properly. This helps to prevent corrupt data and speeds up the accessing of this data by your Computers Central Processing Unit (CPU).

Disk Cleanup helps you to clear unnecessary files from your system. This frees up disk space and prevents conflicts that could stop programs installing correctly.

Consult the Windows Help Guides for information on running the ScanDisk/Error-checking, Disk Defragmenter, and Disk Cleanup tools.

Using Windows Help:
1 - Click onto the Start button and select Help (or Help and Support for Windows XP users) to bring up the Windows Help Guides.

2 - Now, click the Search Section and type in keywords such as "ScanDisk" (Win 98/ME), Error-checking (Win 2000/XP), "Defrag" and "Disk Cleanup" to find the guides that help you run these tools.

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