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To reinstall, boot from the install disc by holding down the "C" key right after the startup sound. The "archive and install" option will preserve your data and make a backup of the old system (which you can delete later). You don't have to download any drivers as they are included in the OS. A clean install wouldn't be a bad idea, since you can also disable extra languages and unneeded printer drivers to save space.

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