Deleting to add more memory?

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Anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this? I took off some of the accessories that came with my Windows 98- (using the add and delete programs part of the control panel) - I am running VERY low on memory, and I didn't realize that if you take off some of those accessories, you are supposed to have the disc to replace them with. I had this computer upgraded by a business that now has a telephone out of order.... no disc......
Any ideas as to what to do to be able to put the accessories back on- like games (solitaire.... etc) and so on?
Is there a place on the web to redownload some of that stuff?
 
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moving to windows forum

Afraid your out of luck, your going to have to have a win98 disk to reinstall them
 

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Uninstalling programs like those accessories frees up hard drive space, not memory.
 
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some of those games you are talking about (like solitar games and skifree) can be found on the internet... by just searching for the name of the game and such...
 

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Take a look at the hardrive and see if they copied the W98CD to the drive. Do this,

Start>Find>Files, key in win98*.cab and press enter. Were any found?
 
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