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Just gives you a much better starting point, as you can start up with a good protection setup loaded, firewall, antivirus, etc.... Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? After checking some general forums, some have said that the root directory SWSETUP is HP specific. Reply 0 0 HaggisCat Regents Professor Posts: 4,523 Member Since: ‎12-28-2009 Message 4 of 4 (13,554 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: SwSetup - What is it for [Edited] Options Mark as

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  1. I infer (grateful if you could confirm) that 1) Most of it will also be on the software set-up CDs that came with the machine.
  2. Keep backups of your data.
  3. As was posted, usually you can simply uninstall what you do not like, say Norton apps, or MS Works, after you have done a total Recovery back to factory specs.

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Lowtechie, Jan 8, 2007 #9 Lowtechie Thread Starter Joined: Jan 5, 2007 Messages: 54 Underpowered and outdated laptop replaced with newer model. Ads by Google 2 answers Comments are Closed Advertisement Latest Giveaways GeChic On-Lap 1503i Portable Multitouch Monitor Review and Giveaway GeChic On-Lap 1503i Portable Multitouch Monitor Review and Giveaway RAVPower 27000mAh Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/532656 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? my company DoubleHelix, Jan 6, 2007 #7 Byteman Gone but Never Forgotten Joined: Jan 24, 2002 Messages: 17,742 Hi, Lowtechie said: Hi all, I'm surprised not to find this one already asked, as

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Staff Online Now valis Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > All Other Software > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-swsetup-folder.532656/ It may want one of the system CDs (if there are more than one), when and if you want to reinstall ONE program you used to have out of the preinstalled Yes, if something goes wrong you have to start from scratch. Solved!

My question is, can I delete these files and what's the safest way of doing so? Before I zap the c**p, should I park it onto a CDrom, and would that provide sufficient safety against me fouling up and deleting something essential? Thread Status: Not open for further replies. As long as you have this info on CD or other media, go ahead and delete the folder.

I have found two rather large cab files: Data 2.cab (C:\SWSetup\CyberDVD\Stage1\PDIR) and Data 1.cab (C:\SWSetup\CyberDVD\Stage1\PDIR). The CDs are what they contain> take a look. "Explore" them> show the files they contain. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎02-18-2010 06:15 AM I would really like to delete selected System Restore It is also the location that any HP installers you download will extract to before executing.It's perfectly Ok to remove this folder, but you might consider first copying it to external

As I posted, there is software that can make a complete, installable IMAGE of the hard drive which you can use to reinstall. Reply 2 2 CherylG Provost Posts: 33,517 Member Since: ‎11-12-2008 Message 3 of 9 (107,771 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: can I delete c:\swsetup ? This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

The HP laptop that I currently use is my third PC, and it irritates me no end that there is a load of preloaded junk on every pc you buy and

ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.9/ Connection to 0.0.0.9 failed. So I could delete the lot, and not notice any problems for years. MY HP system has an "HP" folder= 676MB's, as well as the HP_RECOVERY (D partition = 3.79 Gigs used out of 6 GB. At least my HP ze5470 Laptop came with the recovery CDs.

Only the support area at the HP site or your user manual can tell you all the details about using the Recovery disk, as things can vary from model to model. But ... there's no guarantee they'll have ... The best option is to delete all but the most recent restore point.

Some of the things in Add/Remove programs as you know, are hardware drivers or software that runs devices. I have posted to your other thread about this same question with some help for using the HP support site and specific info about your model. Use the Search line at the HP site to find better info> type in something like "Uninstalling preinstalled programs", experiment with different search terms, but be sure you are looking at With the type of system you have, it's one way or the other!

On my older (2002) Pavilion, tower type HP> I can install any of the pre-installed softwares by going to the entry "HP Application Recovery" in the Programs menu list, see the They don't give you all the details! Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎01-04-2013 12:28 AM Thank you David Reply 1 1 DavidPK Provost Posts: Your laptop may be different.

Most HP Laptops ship the recovery CDs ... Just got my class action settlement .. Stay logged in Sign up now! Reply 0 Reply 0 0 HaggisCat Regents Professor Posts: 4,523 Member Since: ‎12-28-2009 Message 2 of 4 (13,572 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: SwSetup - What is it for [Edited] Options

so waht happens if zip gets zapped?) just so that if I have to start from scratch I can restore from them (there was no suggestion in the set up manuals make-use-of-logo logo-background menu search search-start close email bookmark facebook google twitter pinterest stumbleupon whatsapp amazon youtube youtube label-rectangle triangle-long down PC & Mobile Windows Mac Linux Android iPhone and iPad Internet Windows is what it is. The SWSETUP folder may just be one way to reinstall an INDIVIDUAL program, because some Recovery CDs do not work to install JUST ONE driver, or software...

It has lots of subfolders, some with names I recognise as software I use (e.g. One thing you can do with a notebook is use an external USB hard drive, or Firewire, for extra storage, so it's not a worry with ANY preinstalled software taking up That's one way, but sometimes the files are named so you can't really tell what they are... It's got Vista on it, which brings a whole ruck of other interesting conumdrums, but that's for a different Fred.

Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. whoopee. Certainly none of it appears to relate to the software I have installed in the meanwhiles.