Games Windows vista 32 bit provided with windows vista have stop working? I have explorer 7 and worked until recently?

I lost the original games in windows vista that came with windows vista, I installed explore 9 a month ago and it has worked fine until recently, Vista 32-bit. Home Basic

Hi mast cocoa,.

1. what happens when you try to play the game? You receive an error message?

2. did you of recent changes on the computer?

3. you are unable to find the Windows installed games on the computer?

Check if you can find Windows games to the following location.

1. open the Games folder by clicking on the button Start , allprograms, clicking games, and then clicking Games Explorer

Solve game problems

If you find the windows games to the place mentioned above can ensure that games for Windows is activated in Windows features by using the link below.

Where are my games?

I hope this helps!

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