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Install skyp how can i install skyp in my computer

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All you have to do is download Skype from here.

  1. Make sure you remember where you download it.
  2. If you are using Internet Explorer then select "Run" after you click the link.
  3. Follow the steps through the installation process.
Your done!

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I want to play my games on this computer. How do i get them on this computer


Depending on your Computer and game, I would need more information.
What game is it, what is the program, is it not installing or is the CD Rom not displaying a CD/DVD in the machine.

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2) Try disabling the Antivirus program installed and then try to work on it.

3) If not then there is some issue with the previously installed programme in the Computer.
Perform a System Restore in the Computer.

4) Perform a System restore to an earlier date when it was working properly.

System restore is the tool which makes the Computer go back to previous settings when the Computer worked normally. No data will be lost and no need to worry.


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