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Pianoman16

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I accidently deleted the games that came with the computer, such as pinball, solitaire, spider solitaire, all those. Does anybody know how to get them back? :tazz:
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The_Sloth

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Did you delete the executables themselves, or just the shortcuts on the Programs menu?
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everything but pinball is probably in this folder C:\WINDOWS\system32

pinball is probably in this folder C:\Program Files\Windows NT
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You can go > Control Panel > Add/Remove programs > Add/Remove windows components.

Its in there somewhere :tazz:

Note: you may need your OS Cd.
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under Add/remove programs, look to the left, you will see a tab that says Add/remove windows components, after it populates thelisting, you will see a list of all windows components including games. uncheck those then hit apply. Next go back and put hte check mark bakc, and hit apply. You will need your OS CD at this point, so make sure it is in the drive. Hit apply. it will load all the games back in.
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