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.

Step 1

Click "Start" and click "Control Panel." Point the mouse cursor to "Programs" and click "Uninstall a program."

Step 2

Point the mouse cursor to the "WinAlign" entry and click "Uninstall." Follow the on-screen prompts to remove the software.

Step 3

Place the WinAlign CD into the computer's disc drive.

Step 4

Click "Next" when the WinAlign installation window launches.

Step 5

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."

Step 6

Read the software's terms and conditions carefully and click "I Agree" to signify that you understand them.

Step 7

Select a destination directory for the software by clicking "Browse." Alternatively, click "Next" to use the default directory.

Step 8

Click "Finish" when prompted, and click "Start." Click "Restart."