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By hifode ·
Hello all ...hoping someone could tell me if it is possible to move a free downloaded trial game from my sons desktop to mine (administrator) using windows xp. Thanks Gulf

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by TheChas In reply to windows xp question

You should be able to go in as Administrator, and move or copy the shortcuts from his profile to yours.

If you are looking to change who has access to the game, then the best way is to un-install it, and re-install it on your profile.

Chas

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by daleking In reply to windows xp question

If you left the trial setup file on your computer it will be real simple. If it is on his desktop, put it in a folder on the C: drive of his computer- name the folder anything you want to name it. Then right click the folder and enable the share on it. From your computer, find his computer- then locate that folder, click on the Setup file- (I would then copy the file- Edit-Copy) then go to Your desktop, right click and Paste the file) now you can click on setup and it should work.

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by bbbest55 In reply to windows xp question

If you left the trial setup file on your computer it will be real simple. If it is on his desktop, put it in a folder on the C: drive of his computer- name the folder anything you want to name it. Then right click the folder and enable the share on it. From your computer, find his computer- then locate that folder, click on the Setup file- (I would then copy the file- Edit-Copy) then go to Your desktop, right click and Paste the file) now you can click on setup and it should work.

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