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How to Restore the Default Games

How to Restore the Default Games
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This will show you how to restore the default Windows 7 More Games, Chess Titans, FreeCell, Hearts, Internet Backgammon, Internet Checkers, Internet Spades, Mahjong Titans, Minesweep, Purple Place, Solitaire, and Spider Solitaire games in the Games folder.
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I have to manually delete system restore points, then ONE system restore point will be made.

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