These instructions assume you have Version 2.0 or greater of BPI and that you have installed it on the ProFile according to the BPI Manual. This will allow you to place all of the programs for BPI on the ProFile and eliminate any need for the floppy disks. The BPI General Accounting Software uses most of the 256K of memory available in the Apple III. Catalyst 2.0 is designed to have all of the necessary drivers, Apple III Pascal options, and graphics space allocated so all the application programs can work. Therefore, since the memory space is limited, the SOS.DRIVER file must be kept to a minimum and NO graphics drivers can be installed. The following driver list should be adequate: .CONSOLE .QUARKCOM .PRINTER or .SPOOL .UNUSED 1-6 .CATALYST .PROFILE NOTE: You may conserve an additional 6K of memory by selecting the QUIT option from the SYSTEM UTILITIES main menu. This will take you to the Pascal Command Line. Select "O" and a menu will be displayed. Select option "B" and make the Apple II disk routines NOT resident. Once this is completed, press "Q" to quit. These instructions assume you are moving BPI to a ProFile (with the driver name of .ProFile), and that Catalyst is installed. Substitute the name of your hard disk driver for .PROFILE if you wish to install BPI on another brand of hard disk. COPY PROCEDURE: 1. Make certain that there is a .ProFile driver installed on the System utilities disk. 2. Boot the System Utilities disk. 3. Press "F" for File Handling Commands. 4. Press "M" to Make a New Subdirectory. 5. Enter ".PROFILE/BPI/BPI.TRAPOFF". 6. Press RETURN to accept the default size of 25 files. 7. Press ESCAPE. 8. Press "M" to Make a New Subdirectory. 9. Enter ".PROFILE/BPI/INSTALL". 10. Enter "3" when it asks for the number of files. 11. Press ESCAPE. 12. Put the BPI SYSTEM diskette in the internal drive. 13. Press "C" to Copy Files. 14. Copy the files SYSTEM.STARTUP and SYSTEM.STAR.LIB from your BPI SYSTEM diskette to the subdirectory ".PROFILE/BPI/=". To do this, type ".D1" and press the up arrow key. A list of files are displayed in a box. The up and down arrow keys allow you to move an inverse bar over the name of your choice. Pressing the right arrow key marks the file so as to include it in the copy process. Mark all files to be copied in this way. When all files are marked, press RETURN. 15. Put the BPI INSTALL diskette in the internal drive. 16. In the same manner as above, copy the files SYSTEM.STARTUP, SYSTEM.STAR.LIB, and BPI.CNF from your BPI INSTALL diskette to the subdirectory ".PROFILE/BPI/INSTALL/=". NOTE: Apple Computer Inc. is not responsible for the contents of this article.