Gents, I really need some help here so I hope you chime in. My mother in law (who's pushing 80) is not very computer literate but I've been building her a Box from pieces and bits for well over a decade. (My kids Gamer box always seemed to need another upgrade.) Last weekend my mother in law's Win 7 Box died (Motherboard) so I decided to move her into a small Lenovo desktop I had gathering dust. I had set up the Lenovo as a Home Theater PC (mostly for Tunes really) on Win 7 with a regular 250 Gig Hard Drive; but I decided to put a small 64 Gig SSD that I had surplus. My mother in law's total Data requirement is less than 300 Megs as she hardly uses the PC like "normal" folks. She gets nervous with emails, and surfing the web. But there is one thing she loves to do many times every day, and that's play Solitaire. Yes, the one that comes With Win 7 Pro (or above). But here's the issue => It doesn't work. I installed Win 7 Ultimate 64 with SP1 onto the SSD , all drivers are good in Device Manager, I upgraded Windows to all the latest Updates. I installed Office 2007 (for the limited email she gets), Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Symantec Anti Virus. That's it - her total core load. I set it up at her house, got her on line, setup her email, and was ready to leave when she tried it last night. (I didn't bother to check the game as I figure it's like Notepad -it always works.) So I went home, and after work tonight, after surfing the web for every known way to fix it - clean the registry, system restore, etc., I went over and tried to fix it. No Joy So I brought the Box home, and reluctantly wiped the SSD by re-installing a clean version of Win 7 64 Ultimate with SP1. As soon as it finished I tried Solitaire - No Joy the same error. So I though my Windows Install disk was somehow corrupted. So I tried with a Win 7 32 Bit with SP1- but again No Joy So I tried with a Retail Version of Win 7 64 Ultimate with SP1 (the others were downloaded "Burned" images from MS) But still no joy. Obviously I think it's somehow hardware related as all of these install disks have been used for other installs with no issues. The only thing I can think of is somehow the smallish SSD is involved (as all the hardware was good before). I'd appreciate any help you can give as I need to help keep my mother in law happy. Thanks for the assist.