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Windows 98-MMCasino Master

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by GrandmaS, Dec 26, 2001.

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  1. GrandmaS

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    I know that my Windows 98 disk had a program called MMCasino Master that had about 12 off-line casino games. It was on my previous computers and the same disk was used to install it on my new hard drive component. I'm thinking that maybe the friend that installed it, inadvertently deleted it! Another friend just retired and put a simialr Windows 98 on her new computer and that program showed up. How can I retrieve it and get it back on my computer? Hope the instructions are easy, as I am a novice! Thanks......GrandmaS
     
  2. rugrat

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    I do not believe that game is part of win98. Is your disk a restore disk from someone like Gateway or Dell? What brand of computer. Sometimes manufacturers bundle extra games etc.. with a system.

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  3. GrandmaS

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    My Windows Disk I purchased new at a retail store. The one my friend just put on her computer is an AOL free trial disk.
     
  4. GrandmaS

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    Can the program be copied onto a disk from my firends computer and then can I install it on mine?
     
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