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Reinstalled Panther can't find Appleworks

I reinstalled Pather after a kernal panic . Ican't seem to find Appleworks on my HD. I reinstalled the bundled soft off the mac mini disc and still can' find it .Any help would be apreiecieted.

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AppleWorks

In reply to: Reinstalled Panther can't find Appleworks

This is just a guess, do you have a Mac Mini?
When you did the Reinstall of Panther, what method did you use? Was it the Format and Install or the Archive and Install or was it something special with the restore disks?
Were there any other programs that were missing?
What does Sherlock return when you search (Apple Key and F) for AppleWorks?


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Reinstalling the OS

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In the event that it becomes necessary to reinstall the OS, you might want to consider an Archive and Install as the option.
This replaces the OS but leaves everything else, including your personal data, intact.
One Kernel panic should not be the only reason for a reinstall. If they happen on a regular basis, then go ahead and reinstall. If you only had a couple, leave it alone and it may get over it.

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