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Solved: Solitaire

Discussion in 'Games' started by Frecon, Feb 9, 2007.

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  1. Frecon

    Frecon Thread Starter

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    I have WinXP Home-SP2-512Mb. I have suddenly lost the Solitaire game that came with the original Windows installation. Life isn,t worth living without my solitaire game. Can anyone pls help?
     
  2. RootbeaR

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    I believe you can download it at Microsoft. Check downloads, games.
     
  3. vicks

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    Go to CONTROL PANEL> ADD REMOVE PROGRAMS>ADD REMOVE WINDOW COMPONENTS.
    Select ACCESSORIES>DETAILS> GAMES. Solitaire should be one of them listed there, if there is no check mark in the box next to it , click on it then click ok. That should re-install the game for you...
    Vicks
     
  4. Frecon

    Frecon Thread Starter

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    Thanks Vicks. I,ve had that utility play that trick before with some other item which i had forgotten. Anyways that did the trick. You are a lifesaver. Thanks again.
     
  5. vicks

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    Glad you had success.. now you can rejoin some of us with the great time filler.
    Vicks
     
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