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explorer grayed out on right click start menu

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I just installed win 98 and when i right click on the start menu the open and explore items are grayed, Is there a way to turn these on.
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If you have TweakUI installed, open up tweakui's control penal and choose my computer, make sure all the drive are checked then reboot.

TweakUI can be find on your Win98 CD.
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worked perfectly
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