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serious problem downloading games

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Hey again,I was asked to elaberate more on my problem with my computer.3 months agoi had gotten my computer i had downloaded and played 2 seperate games,After i completed the games i uninstalled them,3 weeks ago i recieved a new game and installed it,Everything went good with the instalation of the game,until it came down to playing it,a warning pops up saying serious error. i just thought my computer was not up to date for this game so i uninstalled it.I went back to install the 2 previous games i played and the computer won't let me install them,now i didn't have internet at the time so it can't be a virus and the newest game i installed that started to cause all the problems was brand new.any ideas my son is driving me nuts to get his old games back on.The computer i have is a pentium 3,the 2 games i have already played are seriuous sam 2 and soldier of fortune 2.The newest game is red alert generals,I hope someone can help me,Hers another thing that might help i can download other stuff like EG income tax programs etc... but not games

Edited by bigstick, 14 March 2006 - 06:16 PM.

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