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TitleHow To Reinstall RepairCenter
ObjectiveThese steps will show you how to perform a reinstall of RepairCenter
Uninstalling RepairCenter leaves behind files and folders that can cause issues or make resolving issues difficult.

To ensure that RepairCenter has a clean install, first RepairCenter needs to be uninstalled:
  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Go to Control Panel.
  3. Depending on both the version of Windows and "View by" setting this step varies:
    1. View by: Category – Click Uninstall Program in the Programs section.
    2. View by: Large Icons or Small Icons – Click Programs and Features.
  4. Find Mitchell RepairCenter in the list and select it.
  5. Click the Uninstall in the toolbar above the programs listing.

Before RepairCenter can be properly reinstalled, several folders need to be found and deleted:
  1. Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Mitchell – or in a 32-bit OS C:\Program Files\Mitchell
    • If the RepairCenter folder exists here, delete it.
  2. Navigate to C:\ProgramData\Mitchell
    • If the RepairCenter folder exists here, delete it.
  3. In the address bar for Windows Explorer, type: %appdata% then press Enter.
    • If the RepairCenter folder exists here, delete it.
Now run the RepairCenter installer that was downloaded from the License email received from


If there is another system with RepairCenter installed they can access.
  1. Click More.
  2. Click Configuration.
  3. Click Application Access.
  4. Click Licensing.
  5. Click Obtain Installation and Activation Code in lower left corner.
  6. Enter e-mail shop needs it sent to.
  7. Click OK.
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