No Games In Vista

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Games' started by alexratman, Aug 31, 2008.

  1. alexratman

    alexratman Guest

    I have vista Home premium Lite (aka i slipstreamed it) 32 bit but when
    installed i was horrified to find that i had slipstreamed out the game
    so i rushed to my office to find my son eating my vista home premiu
    disk - i ripped it out of his hands and rushed off to see if any dat
    could be salvaged - none

    Can someone post the complete list of games for vista and links t
    download the


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    alexratman, Aug 31, 2008
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    Andy [YaYa] Guest

    "Peter" <> wrote in
    news:#:

    > They aren't downloadable...they are part of your installation. Whilst
    > I'm not familiar with Vista Lite in any way, they muct be on your
    > installation disk.
    > If you haven't got that, then check with wherever you bought it.
    >
    > Start>Control Panel>Programs>Add and Remove Windows Features or Turn
    > Windows features on and off> tick and untick what you want.
    >
    > It may ask for the installation disk. See attached pic.


    Slipstreaming (if I understand it correctly) is a way to re-compile popular
    OS installations with just the programs or with updated service packs. So
    like you can strip out stuff you don't want to install on your PC, like
    wordpad maybe, or Windows Activation, then you can add stuff like SP1, so
    when you install the OS you're installing Vista SP1 instead of just Vista
    which you'll have to update later.

    I may be wrong on some points.

    My suggestion would be to install with a Vista DVD. Run from within Vista
    and use the upgrade option.

    Dunno what else to suggest, other than you can find free online versions of
    most of the games that come with Vista.

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    Andy [YaYa], Sep 2, 2008
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