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Panda Internet security software

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Today I removed my McAfee security antivirus and firewall software and attempted to replace it with Panda Internet Security software. However, the software would not install automatically and I was advised according to the installation manual to doubleclick MYComputer, right click the mouse, select Explore then double click the autorun file. When I attempted to do this, I was presented with a screen that said Recovery Partition WARNING..these are recovery files...do not alter them. I also tried to defrag that partition but there are so many *.ini files in it that I was told there is not enough free space to defrag the partition. There seems to be several things going on but I'm not able to figure it all out....And finally, I am not able to install the Panda Security software on my computer which is the main thing I am trying to do. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.
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