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Windows Vista Business For Gaming?
As you've probably figured out by now, Windows Vista's favorite letters are "X M L." So, it's not surprising to discover that the WEI ratings are stored as .xml files. It likely has nothing to do with you. Windows Vista will automatically detect and install the Wireless Gaming Receiver which is pretty cool. However, the exact collection of games provided with Windows Vista depends on the edition of Windows Vista you're using: Home Premium and Ultimate editions include nine games, whereas Home Basic (which http://themenage.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-ultimate-64-bit-gaming-and-compatibility-gaming.html
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