clock problem

I got up this morning (1-29-00), turned on my computer and the clock has disappeared.  I ran sfc and it found a corrupted file "wldap32.dll".  I tried to find this file on my win98 disk but couldn't.  After running "find" I found this file at: C:\Program Files\pcAnywhere\migrate and let the sfc install it. Now the sfc indicates there is no corrupt files. Next I went to C:\windows\command and ran SCANREG/FIX. After rebooting I still have no clock in my systray. The only thing I have done is last week I tried to run a old dos game(frogger) with no luck.  I usually never turn my computer off (last time was over a month ago) so I do not know if this would have happened any sooner if I had turned my computer off before last night. Anybody have anyu suggestions?
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Moriski, right click on a clear space on the taskbar and make sure the box for "show clock" has been checked.

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Just in case Dennis's comment above isn't clear, right-click and choose PROPERTIES.  The item he mentions is on the Taskbar Options tab.
Hmm, sorry about that!
MorisKjAuthor Commented:
Morris<-------- delievering swift kick to rearend ... twice ..  Denny that is what it was .. I must have inadverently unchecked the clock box   :(
Yup, been there, done that. Don't ya just love it when that happens and you spend all that time trying to figure out what went wrong only to find out it was something dumb!
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