Originally Posted by cbud
I recently downloaded a copy of hoyle casino which I ended up deleting. Now when I go into my "my computer" folder, the "local disk c:" icon changed to the type of typical program icon which looks like a white page with the upper right-hand corner dog-eared. When I click it, a pop-up box appears that is titled "program not found" instead of my local disc c: contents as it should. It says that windows cannot find hoyle_casino.exe - this program is needed for opening files of type 'file', Ofcourse, it wants me to locate the file to open it. When I right click and click "open", the folders and icons for local disk c: do appear. When I right click and look under "properties" it says that the file system is an "NFTS". Is that what it should be? Any help with getting my "local disk c:" situtation back to normal would be appreciated.
It says that windows cannot find hoyle_casino.exe - this program is needed for etc.
Of course you deleted it didn't you.Wasn't that what you wanted to do ?
So of course Windows can't find it.What do you expect ?
You or the Hoyl installation created a desktop shortcut to play it.Now that you have either uninstalled(recommended) or deleted Hoyl,
Delete this bug on the desktop.Drag it to the Trash.