Not all of the games available on the internet can run on recent versions of Windows, and because of this, mods created by the community usually appear attempting to fix the problems that the game has and/or make it run on recent versions of operating systems.

Is OK to tell a user to install mods/community patches to fix problems with old games?

Some examples:

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Abso-lutely. Mods are perfectly acceptable as an answer in pretty much every use case, and in situations like this, where they might be the only solution, they're all the more appropriate.

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