Missing calculator


C

Capt Jack

Calculator is missing from my computer. I am running XP Media Center
Edition. I have searched for Calc.exe in Systems 32 and then ran a general
search. I believe I deleted the program by accident, thinking it was
something else. Anyone have a way that I can download the software?
 
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C

CSM1

Capt Jack said:
Calculator is missing from my computer. I am running XP Media Center
Edition. I have searched for Calc.exe in Systems 32 and then ran a general
search. I believe I deleted the program by accident, thinking it was
something else. Anyone have a way that I can download the software?

You can re-install it if you have he OS installation CD.

Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs.
look on the left panel, see Add/Remove Windows Components.
Click it.

In the box under Components, click (select Accessories and Utilities) then
click Details button.
Select Accessories, click Details button. Put a check mark for Calculator.
Click OK.
 
C

Capt Jack

CSM1 said:
You can re-install it if you have he OS installation CD.

Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs.
look on the left panel, see Add/Remove Windows Components.
Click it.

In the box under Components, click (select Accessories and Utilities) then
click Details button.
Select Accessories, click Details button. Put a check mark for Calculator.
Click OK.
 
N

Nepatsfan

Capt Jack said:
Calculator is missing from my computer. I am running XP Media Center
Edition. I have searched for Calc.exe in Systems 32 and then ran a general
search. I believe I deleted the program by accident, thinking it was
something else. Anyone have a way that I can download the software?


You can download a Zip file from this web site that contains a copy of
calc.exe. Extract the file and put it in the C:\WINDOWS\System32 folder.

Line 344, right hand column, Restore Calc.exe.
http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/xp_tweaks.htm

Good luck

Nepatsfan
 
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R

Ray Parrish

You can find and re-install it from your Win XP install CD or from your
i386 folder on your Windows drive.

Look in either place for files that end in .cab These are compressed
archives which contain all of the install files for XP.

In one of them you will find calc.exe and can extract it from the .cab
file with a good archive manager program like LZarc. You'll need lZarc
or another program that handles compressed files of the .cab type to
look in the .cab files


Later, Ray Parrish
 
J

ju.c

1. Open the Run box and enter: msconfig

2. Click the "Expand File..." button.

3. In the "File to restore:" box, enter: calc.exe

4. In the "Restore from:" box, browse to either the
i386 folder on your hard drive, "C:\i386\calc.ex_"
or your Windows CD, "D:\i386\calc.ex_"

5. In the "Save file in:" box, browse to your system32
directory, "C:\WINDOWS\system32\"

6. When all information is entered and correct, click the
"Expand" button.


ju.c
 
D

Display name? Function keys?

I had this problem.
The below solution worked for me.
Thank you for posting.
Shel

1. Open the Run box and enter: msconfig

2. Click the "Expand File..." button.

3. In the "File to restore:" box, enter: calc.exe

4. In the "Restore from:" box, browse to either the
i386 folder on your hard drive, "C:\i386\calc.ex_"
or your Windows CD, "D:\i386\calc.ex_"

5. In the "Save file in:" box, browse to your system32
directory, "C:\WINDOWS\system32\"

6. When all information is entered and correct, click the
"Expand" button.


ju.c


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