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How do I reinstall Microsoft Works without a disc?

In the last few weeks I have been using Microsoft Works Calendar without any problems.  Last night when I attempted to add more information to the calendar I got a Yellow Triangle with a !   The notice says "Works cannot access 1 or more files, it needs to run the Calendar.   The files may have been renamed, deleted or moved."  Try reinstalling Works, and then starting the program again.   I bought the computer new.  It is a Compaq HP with Windows XP.  How do I reinstall Microsoft Works when it was already loaded in the computer & I have no program disc that came with it?  I am computer literate in getting around the computer but NOT in the upkeep of it or the problem solving - like I'm faced with now.  I would greatly appreciate your help.  Thanks in advance for your time & assistance.

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Re: How do I reinstall Microsoft Works without a disc?

Try the Recovery Manager in the Programs menu. 

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Re: How do I reinstall Microsoft Works without a disc?

Thank you for your quick reply.  I have been searching my system for the Recovery Program and cannot locate it.  Maybe I'm just over-looking it?  Thank you for your reply. 

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Re: How do I reinstall Microsoft Works without a disc?

i have sort of the same question. my cousin uninstalled microsoft from his moms computer and she did a factory restore. we are trying to figure out how to get it to work because even after doing a factory restore nothing is working. any pointers or tips would be greatly appreciated. 

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How do I reinstall Microsoft Works without a disc?

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I have installed microsoft works 9 in 2 computers,am iI allowed to intsall third time on new computer? without disc?

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How do I reinstall Microsoft Works that was with  Windows 7 when puchased on Compac Presario. Thank you. Proto 73

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Re: How do I reinstall Microsoft Works without a disc?

Hello @Proto73,

 

Welcome to the HP Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums, I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More.

 

I read your post about the Microsoft Works software, and wanted to assist you!  I understand that you are looking to reinstall the software.

 

You should be able to use the Recovery Manager, to reinstall software that came installed on the PC.

 

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