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Old 20-09-2008
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Spider Solitaire

Most of the times it happens when we are playing game we need to leave it without completing. Since I upgraded to Windows Vista, no matter if I completed Spider Solitaire or left it in between, next time when I start it gives me a pop up asking ?Do you want to continue your saved games.? And I need to click Yes or No according to my choice but the problem is sometimes though I completed the game it gives me the same pop up.

I am now irritated with this pop up box. Is was not the scenario in XP as I remember. Can somebody please let me know if there is anyway I can disable this dialogue box completely.

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Re: Spider Solitaire

Hello ZolaS, that pop up is related to your Saved Games and if you dont want to keep the saved ones, you can simply delete them from their Save game folder. Here is how you can do the same:
  • Open the Games folder by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Games, and then clicking Games Explorer.
  • Select a game.
  • On the toolbar, click the arrow next to Play, and then click Saved Games.
  • Right-click the saved game you want to delete, and then click Delete.
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Old 25-01-2011
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Re: vista spider solitaire helper

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Originally Posted by windowman59 View Post
Has anyone else noticed that spider solitare gives incorrect win rate
percentages? It's usually a percentage point lower than it should be.
For instance, right now it shows my win rate at 8% for the difficult
level. That's with 36 wins and 375 losses. However, 36 divided by 375 is
.096 which is well over 9%.
If you have 36 wins and 375 losses, you do not divide 36 into 375 to get your win rate. You divide 36 into your total number of games played which is 36+375=411. 36/411 is roughly 8%.

Of all the glitches in Spider Solitaire, math is not one of them.
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