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Solved windows games for Xp

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by knickers71uk, Jan 19, 2006.

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  1. knickers71uk

    knickers71uk Guest Thread Starter

    The games that come installed with XP likie minesweeper ect. I have accidentally deleted of my system. I need them back. Do you know where I can download them from?

    Cheers in advance

    Knicks
     
  2. Augie65

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    Did you just delete them from the Programs list? If you did, you just deleted the shortcuts. If you didn't delete the programs, they will be located here.
    C:\Windows\System32
    Freecell, mshearts, Spider, winmine(Minesweeper)
    Pinball is located:
    C:\Program Files\Windows NT\Pinball
     
  3. Toufique

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    hmm!
    its quite easy to have deleted games back...........

    Click on Start>Run>%SystemRoot%\System32\winmine.exe

    and game voila game is in front of you!
    This is the esiest methode.

    Thanks
    Toufique Ahmed
     
  4. Toufique

    Toufique

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    or just type "winmine" in Run.....
    for this go to Start>Run>winmine
    have a great time and enjoy......
     
  5. knickers71uk

    knickers71uk Guest Thread Starter

    thanks for your help guys, but i realised that I hadnt in fact deleted thm but just took off the accessories from the add remove section, so once i went back in there and added it back on voila games back!

    cheers!!

    Knicks
     
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