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whats the best most effecient way to remove XP games or MSN games from whats built into XP

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by:Alan Huseyin Kayahan
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             Start>Settings>Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs. Then click Add/remove windows components. You can uninstall any built-in component here by unchecking its box next to it.
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...you may have to "unhide" some of those components, though.  This article describes the process:

http://www.mvps.org/ecvogel/kb/XP_remove_progs.htm
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I dont have a SYSOC.INF file in my windows folder
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                Hi healthcheckinc
               You dont need that file. Just simply go to your control panel as i mentioned above. Then click details while you are on accessories and utilities then click accessories, click details then uncheck the box next to games. Games will be uninstalled.      
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"I dont have a SYSOC.INF file in my windows folder"

Just for future reference, it is actually within the INF subfolder...

%systemdrive%\WINDOWS\INF
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