Missing Directory tree in Windows Explorer

Hi,

i have a win2000 machine that recently had IE6.0 installed on it. After this the windows explorer has a grey area where there should be the directory tree.

Can anyone help?
cossy74Asked:
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ComputronCommented:
Try Windows Key and "E"
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ComputronCommented:
if that new window looks good, try this repair

http://windowsxp.mvps.org/greyfolderpane.htm
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Zaheer IqbalTechnical Assurance & ImplementationCommented:
try repair install of ie 6.0

or try sfc /scannow
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cossy74Author Commented:
Just so everyone knows:
THe "All Folders" pane is controled by a registry entry under IE. THis is what was corrupt and the reinstall fixed this entry and now everything is fine
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