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Windows 2003 Start Menu right click menu is stuffed.

Posted on 2004-08-26
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My start menu right menu seems wierd.

Cant find where it is stored or how to reset it.

Have checked the regstry.

It looks something like this:


Open
Explore
Search
???????(A)...
??? "Start Menu.rar"(T)
??? E-Mail...
??? "Start Menu.rar" ? E-Mail
Properties
------------------
Open All Users
Explore All Users


Thanx for your help in advance
Cheers
David
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Check out:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT -> Directory -> Shell

You should be able to find most of the items listed in the right-click menu for the Start Button there.

Also, you can check here and find some tips as well:  http://www.jfitz.com/tips/rclick_custom.html

Hope this helps!
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