1. BACKUP FILES
First make a backup copy of your files as explained here (using Backup or Windows):
2. UNINSTALL EXISTING PROGRAM
Then go to the Add or Remove Programs screen on your computer and select MasterCook 20 and Uninstall it.
3. DELETE FOLDERS LEFT BEHIND
Then check to see that the MasterCook 20 folders are removed from the computer. Look for them in these 3 locations:
C:\Program Files (x86)\MasterCook 20
Windows hides the ProgramData folder that is inside the C drive, so you will want to make sure that is not hidden from you. See this:
CAUTION: If you do not delete folders that may have been left behind, will continue with a corrupt reinstallation.
4. FRESH INSTALLATION
Next, restart the computer and install MasterCook 20 once again using your previously purchased installation file.
- Run the program and make sure it works with its own files before you restore your files.
- Close MasterCook so it is not running before you restore your files.
5. RESTORE FILES
You can restore the files into the fresh installation. The process is the same as if you are transferring from a previous version as explained in this article: