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'95 Scrabble cd won't work on 2000

Discussion in 'Games' started by nopeeking, Nov 11, 2007.

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  1. nopeeking

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  2. vicks

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    I suggest you go to the site for the Scrabble Game and download updated drivers for her. That should work.
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    I doubt you'll find an update for a very old version of a game. There have been several revisions of Scrabble since 1995. Time to upgrade.
     
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    Or spend said $10 in Target to avoid shipping / time :)
     
  7. kimsland

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    Whatever happened to Scrabble board games ?

    When I was a kid, board games were fun, you got to actually hold your pieces and dice.

    And it was fun. Since introduction to digital games, I never play any scrabble , monopoly or Solataire games, just these huge 1 to 3 gig games.

    I think this thread is closed !
     
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    Does Windows 2000 have compatibility mode?
     
  9. nopeeking

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    I'm not sure what you mean by compatibility mode. Enlighten me?
     
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    Right-click the program, and click Properties. There should be a tab or something that says Compatibility. Click it and you should be able to run it as Windows 98 or Windows 95. At least it works that way in Windows XP.
     
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    Windows 2000 does not have Compatibility Mode. It wasn't designed to be a consumer operating system.
     
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