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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by arly, Sep 4, 2004.

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  1. arly

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    I downloaded mspaint to my desktop on windows95 and now i dont know how to copy it to the right folders.
     
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    Is there any additional background on the problem that we need to know about? Why did you need to download Mspaint? It should be already installed in W95 or if not, you could have added it through Add/RemovePrograms>Windows Components.
     
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    Thanks for getting back so quickly. I was unable to find mspaint on my computer so I figure it accidently got deleted. I wasn't able to find it at add/remove programs. Thank you
     
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    You need to go to add/remove and then the windows setup tab. Your see it listed there.

    It should also be in your "C:\Program Files\Accessories\MSPAINT.EXE" folder and if you go to the start menu you have to go to start, program files, accessories, paint.
     
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    mspaint is under accessories but when I try to use it it says file can't be found or insert disk.
     
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