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Zuma unable to play zuma on new pc which uses vista.... worked on old pc with xp

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  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    My zuma game cam loaded on my computer, I system restored the the computer and ended up loosing the error filled game.
    A new game trial phase came up with out any errors but I have to buy the game again. This seems so wrong to me. I wrote to the zuma people but to date no resonse and it has been three days now. I wish I would have come to you allf or aid and intervention and not system restored the computer, and lost a twenty dollar free game.

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Have you got any error message when you try to execute the game..?

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