How to Reinstall Hunter Alignment Software
By Tommy Charles
Hunter's WinAlign Alignment software provides mechanics with a tool in a computer environment that they are likely already familiar with. This Windows-based software tool allows its users to interface with a laser system that detects variance in tire positioning. However, like any other software solution, WinAlign can become corrupted. This can be the result of an attack by a computer virus or the software being installed to a damaged hard drive. Fortunately, reinstalling WinAlign is a straightforward process.
Click "Start" and click "Control Panel." Point the mouse cursor to "Programs" and click "Uninstall a program."
Point the mouse cursor to the "WinAlign" entry and click "Uninstall." Follow the on-screen prompts to remove the software.
Place the WinAlign CD into the computer's disc drive.
Click "Next" when the WinAlign installation window launches.
Click within the first white box and enter the product's serial number exactly as it was printed on the leaflet that came with the WinAlign CD. Click "Next."
Read the software's terms and conditions carefully and click "I Agree" to signify that you understand them.
Select a destination directory for the software by clicking "Browse." Alternatively, click "Next" to use the default directory.
Click "Finish" when prompted, and click "Start." Click "Restart."
Tommy Charles is a professional writer and researcher for several websites. Focusing primarily on financial markets, he also writes for broader arenas and has written several articles focusing on general interest topics such as secure Web browsing, coin collecting and computer science. His ongoing series of articles concerning the FOREX market and game theory have received a wide readership.