I deleted Windows 98 and other important files



A few months ago I was told to delete anything I thought was useless on my computer so I started and eventually deleted Windows 98 and many other important things. I had a friend look at my computer and he installed Windows 98 SE instead of installing what I had. I have a program Microsoft Greetings 99 Graphics Studio with Hallmark connections. In that program, I had a place where I could use readymade animated email cards and now that part of the program no longer works. I keep getting a window that in essence, says I can't use that part of the program anymore and to get it I should go into setup and it would be reestablished. I have done this many many times and it still doesn't work. I know there is a simple trick to get it back but I can't figure it out. I have to tell you I am of the over 50 group so that may explain everything.Ha. I also would like to get my QuickFax back that was on my computer when I bought it. Is that possible? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.

JoAnn Sear

Fountain Hills, AZ


This question was answered on June 13, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Most likely when your friend re-installed Windows 98 SE onto your computer everything that was originally on the hard drive has been wiped out Meaning, if Greetings 99 Graphics Studio did not come pre-installed with Windows 98 SE then you've lost that as well You will need to find the software for Greetings 99 Graphics Studio in order to re-install the program onto your computer When and if you retrieve the cd(s) for Graphics Studio simply pop them into your cd-rom and follow the instructions on the monitor to begin re-installing I was able to find a link for you to download QuickFax Connect to the internet and input the following website into your address bar http://www.tnz.co.nz/QuickFax/Download.htm Good Luck!!

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