Texas Holdem on Windows 7

Posted on 2009-12-31
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
I have Vista Ultimate and have upgraded to Windows 7 home prem. (both 32bit)
I would like to use the Holdem game but cannot seem to find it (32bit version)
I have a 64bit Vista Ultimate still installed but that version will not run on the 32bit machine (at least that is what I think the problem is).

Can I legitimately use the 32bit texas holdem game on my Win 7 machine??
If so, where can I get it?
I do still have the Vista cd's.

Question by:Liefr
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    Accepted Solution

    The Texas Holdem game from Vista will not work on Windows 7, Windows 7 Ultimate does have a Texas Holdem version but you mentioned you have premium which does not have this... You will either need to upgrade to ultimate or get another version...  I would suggest finding a freeware or paying a small fee for the game rather then upgrading to ultimate just for this....

    Author Comment

    Well, crud, not the answer I was hoping for ...
    points are yours.
    Thanks for the info.

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