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Topic # 68165 15-Sep-2010 22:21
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I installed Viva Pinata for PC on my laptop (4gb ram, intel i3 2.3 something ghz, 512mb graphics dx11 so i know it can handle ). When it launches the game it says I dont have an active account and my progress wont be saved. It says to press "home" key (the one on the keyboard). I press it multiple times and nothing happens. I've rebooted many times, installed the windows live xbox thingy so I can manage my account from desktop. I also tried the halo2 windows 7 fix i read about. Both made no difference at all.

What can I do to fix this? I love viva pinata. hahaha 




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  Reply # 380363 15-Sep-2010 22:29
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you mean 'games for windows live' instead of xbox live? xbox live is for xbox 360 only.




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  Reply # 380451 16-Sep-2010 07:51
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Yeh games for windows live. Thats it.




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