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My standard games (solilaire/titans/inkball) have been deleted.hel

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#1
in an attempt to clear off unwanted files from my previous OS
i accedentaly deleted my microsoft games folder somehow(shrug?)
i would like to have them back
and im afraid if i try to reformat again
my product key wont work
so what can i do to restore my games

PS games seemed to be the only thing accedentaly deleted everything else
seems to work well.

-Hans
 

My Computer

#2
Control Panel/Programs and Features/<Turn Windows features on or off>/Untick
Games/OK/<Turn Windows features on or off>/Tick Games/OK

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"Hans" <Hans@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:89909053-B11A-435E-B37B-55F3C45FC268@microsoft.com...
> in an attempt to clear off unwanted files from my previous OS
> i accedentaly deleted my microsoft games folder somehow(shrug?)
> i would like to have them back
> and im afraid if i try to reformat again
> my product key wont work
> so what can i do to restore my games
>
> PS games seemed to be the only thing accedentaly deleted everything else
> seems to work well.
>
> -Hans
 

My Computer

#3
"Hans" <Hans@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:89909053-B11A-435E-B37B-55F3C45FC268@microsoft.com...
> in an attempt to clear off unwanted files from my previous OS
> i accedentaly deleted my microsoft games folder somehow(shrug?)
> i would like to have them back
> and im afraid if i try to reformat again
> my product key wont work
> so what can i do to restore my games
>
> PS games seemed to be the only thing accedentaly deleted everything else
> seems to work well.
>
> -Hans


Hi Hans, open Control Panel to Programs and Features and click on "Turn
Windows Features on or off", checkmark Games and press OK. Have your Vista
DVD in place.

Lee
 

My Computer

D

dean-dean

#4
Try going to Control Panel \ Programs \ Programs and Features. Under Tasks,
choose "Turn Windows features on or off." If "Games" is checked, uncheck
it. Click OK. Then re-open "Turn Windows features on or off," and check
"Games". Click OK.

On the other hand, if "Games" is not checked when you initially open "Turn
Windows features on or off," check it. Click OK.


"Hans" <Hans@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:89909053-B11A-435E-B37B-55F3C45FC268@microsoft.com...
> in an attempt to clear off unwanted files from my previous OS
> i accedentaly deleted my microsoft games folder somehow(shrug?)
> i would like to have them back
> and im afraid if i try to reformat again
> my product key wont work
> so what can i do to restore my games
>
> PS games seemed to be the only thing accedentaly deleted everything else
> seems to work well.
>
> -Hans
 

My Computer

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