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Windows Games save problem

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    goorambatman Guest

    Windows Games save problem

    When you save a game in Windows games (Solitaire, FreeCell etc...) you
    constantly get asked if you want to continue your saved game every time you
    start the game even if you click yes and complete the game or select no.

    Please Fix.

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  2. #2


    James Matthews Guest

    Re: Windows Games save problem

    You need to have a username that can save games

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    "goorambatman" <goorambatman@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:CECFA4E7-5D48-4847-B013-C81F67A4F535@xxxxxx

    > When you save a game in Windows games (Solitaire, FreeCell etc...) you
    > constantly get asked if you want to continue your saved game every time you
    > start the game even if you click yes and complete the game or select no.
    >
    > Please Fix.
    >
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    > http://www.microsoft.com/communities...ws.vista.games

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    Paul Smith Guest

    Re: Windows Games save problem

    "goorambatman" <goorambatman@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:CECFA4E7-5D48-4847-B013-C81F67A4F535@xxxxxx

    > When you save a game in Windows games (Solitaire, FreeCell etc...) you
    > constantly get asked if you want to continue your saved game every time
    > you
    > start the game even if you click yes and complete the game or select no.
    It doesn't need fixing, right-click on the game in Games Explorer, select
    Saved-Games and delete the appropriate file.

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