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I think i deleted my games:


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desiuny

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I was in my registry like an idiot and i was trying to find a thing called FunWebProducts to delete it, because its spyware.

By accident i found something with the name somthingtoys on it and i delete it without thinking.

Now the games that came with the computer, like free cell and solitaire are not there anymore and i don't know what to do. I go to Games and it says EMpty.

I did a System restore but it told me that it can't restore to the previous day.

Please tell me what to do?

I'm going nuts here!!!!!
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You could try going into Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs>Add/Remove Windows Components, Double Click Accessories and Utilities, and see if the Games box is checked.

If it is not, check it and hit Next. It will run through installing them, and may require you Windows CD.

It is is, uncheck it, and hit next, and it will run through uninstalling them, and then go back in and check it.

That should solve your problem.

If not, Post back.

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BTW, that is asuming you are running Windows XP.

Edit: and Now I see you are, in the topic description, so this fix should work. :tazz:

Edited by blsimpson, 02 June 2005 - 01:49 PM.

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Oh My God, you guys are excellent.

Thank you sooooooooo much.

Problem solved.
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