Jun 24 2006, 04:15 PM
Was wondering if anyone here who *doesn't* have Windows XP would be interested in this game. It's a computer puzzle game and what you do is you have to put the puzzle of the video together first, and then it'll play the video. It features Vince's "What the Cowgirls Do," Reba, George Strait, Tracy Byrd, among other MCA/Decca artists. I loved the game, but it won't work under XP, and would like it to go to a good home, rather than Goodwill. If anyone is interested, you can PM or e-mail me.
Jun 25 2006, 06:00 PM
It sounds cool, but I have XP also!
Jun 25 2006, 09:09 PM
Cool val i have xp to
Jul 10 2006, 06:11 PM
Sure sounds fun Valerie. I have XP also. Hope you can find someone who can use it.
Jul 10 2006, 06:30 PM
[b] Sounds like fun VAL. but i have XP also.
Jul 21 2006, 10:17 PM
First of all - a big howdy to the 19th hole. It has been a long time since I've been on. I used to enter with screen name "sweetvince" my name is Karen and I lived in Springfield, MO. Valerie, you may recall emailing me a few times regarding your Branson trips.
Well, I no longer live in Missouri, I moved last fall to Seattle, WA. I have spent the last 9 months starting a new job, finding an apartment and now I am super busy house hunting.
Anyways, on your game that is having problems playing on XP, I might have a solution. After the game is installed it should create an icon on the desktop. Right click the icon and go to properties. Then click the "compatibility" tab. Click the box where it says "Run this program in compatibility mode for" and use the drop down menu to select. Unless the game is REALLY old, usually selecting WIndows 95 will do. This setting will only affect this program.
I have XP and I use this all the time to play some of my older games on the pc. Obviously there is no gaurantee this will work.
Jul 22 2006, 09:56 AM
Hi Karen!! Welcome back...yes I do remember e-mailing you about Branson and that you worked at the theme park that's on the strip. I did try running the program using Windows 95 mode and it still didn't work. For some reason no matter what I did, I just couldn't get the game to work. Debbie F. e-mailed me and asked me for it, so I sent it to her. Debbie, sure hope you got it and enjoying it!
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