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sulobaid

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hello all, im sorry for posting this fairly tiny issue but i upgraded to windows 7 professional (i wanted xp virtual computer) but it has no games, specifically solitaire. I know that there are many things that windows 7 doesnt come with but can be downloaded from microsoft but i have yet to find anything to get some of the games that vista had, i have even posted on the microsoft forums but no one replied.

Thanks for any help
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severedsolo

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go into control panel, click programs, then add or remove windows features, then click the check box next to games (you may have to insert your windows disc not sure)
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Did you look in the Games folder? It's accessible from the Start menu after clicking on All Programs.
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yes i of course checked the games folder. anyway the add or remove windows features worked. thanks for you help!
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no problem, just for reference, did you need the disk?
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