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Missing Properties selection when clicking on My Computer

Posted on 2006-06-06
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Last Modified: 2010-04-13
When i right-click on My Computer, the menu that shows is missing Properties.  Simply put, how can i get the Properties selection back?
Question by:Carol31

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Chatable earned 1000 total points
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Start regedit and navigate to:
Check if there's a value named "NoPropertiesMyComputer" and if there is, delete it or set its value to zero.
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by:Wayne Barron
ID: 16849333
If the above information from [Chatable] does not solve this issue.
Try reinstalling SP4 & SP4 Rollup on your Win2k System.
This should get your [Properties] Page back in [My Computer]


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