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I have recently upgraded to win98 from win95 however I cant find "Maintenance Wizard" It`s not in System Tools and I can`t see how to add the programm form the cd!!!
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I believe it gets installed when you install either Drive Converter (FAT32) or Disk compression tools (or both).  Goto control panel and select Add/Remove programs then click Windows Setup and look under system tools.

Hope this help - mine automatically installed so im just guessing im afraid
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I don't have Drive Converter or Disk compression install but yet I do have "Maintenance Wizard" installed...  Try looking in your c:\windows to see if tuneup.exe is there.  Or extract it from the CD if you have to and place a shortcut to your start menu's system tools
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All`s ko now many thanks
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