How to Install Maxtor One Touch 4 Plus

The Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus is an external FireWire or USB hard drive with the ability to store your computer data using an automated backup program. The software for the OneTouch 4 Plus is stored on the hard drive itself, rather than on a separate software CD. To start backing up your data onto the OneTouch 4 Plus hard drive, simply connect the hard drive to your computer to install the software. Things You’ll Need
Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus External Hard Drive
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Connect the OneTouch 4 Plus hard drive to an open USB or FireWire on your computer. After a moment, the hard drive will spin up and a menu will appear on the screen.
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Click “Install Maxtor OneTouch”, and then click “Next” when the “Maxtor Manager” window appears.
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Select your preferred language from the list and click “Next”. The end user license agreement for OneTouch 4 Plus software appears.
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Examine the license agreement and then click “Yes” to continue the installation.
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Click the “Browse” button to select a destination folder on your computer for the OneTouch 4 Plus software, or click “Next” to use the default folder.
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Click “Next” button when the software is finished installing and click “Finish” to restart your computer.
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Double click the “Maxtor Manager” icon on the desktop to start setting up automatic backups after the computer is finished restarting.

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