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This screen, seen in Figure 3.10a, uses a progress bar and messages so that you can watch the installation's progress.
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'''Figure 3.10a: The Installation Progress Screen Allows you to View the Status of the Installation'''
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[[File:Installer4.png|thumb|400px|'''Figure 3.5a: Installation Progress Screen''']]
  
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Once you select "Yes" to start the installation, a progress screen, seen in Figure 3.5a, provides a  progress bar and messages so that you can watch the installation's progress.
  
 
How long the installation takes depends upon the speed of your hardware, the installation type you selected, and the number of components to be installed. A typical installation takes between 20 and 40 minutes.
 
How long the installation takes depends upon the speed of your hardware, the installation type you selected, and the number of components to be installed. A typical installation takes between 20 and 40 minutes.
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Revision as of 01:27, 26 February 2013

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Figure 3.5a: Installation Progress Screen

Once you select "Yes" to start the installation, a progress screen, seen in Figure 3.5a, provides a progress bar and messages so that you can watch the installation's progress.

How long the installation takes depends upon the speed of your hardware, the installation type you selected, and the number of components to be installed. A typical installation takes between 20 and 40 minutes.

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