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Start Menu 'All Programs' Folders have Disappeared

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by poisonivy3, Apr 25, 2010.

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    Hi there,
    I'm having a problem with my start menu. Some folders (mostly important ones) have disappered from my 'All Programs'. It's like they have just been deleted, but I know for a fact that I haven't deleted them. It's not all of them, only some. I have had a look in the registry under Menu Order and I have Start Menu and Start Menu2. Start Menu is basically empty, and Start Menu2 has all the folders, including the hidden ones. How can I get these to show up in my Start Menu 'All Programs' again. I am using Windows XP Professional. I have been searching the net for days now for a solution, and am frustrated that I haven't been able to find one. PLEASE HELP !!
     
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