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Missing Communications link/folder under Accessores (winXP SP3)

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I have an OEM Windows XP with SP3, I am missing the communications folder/link/file.  I looked under All Programs>Accessories and sub folder System Tools, but not thier.  I can not find my OS disk to repair install.  What can I do?
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if "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Accessories" doesn't exist, you may have to create a shortcuts from "C:\Windows\System32" For example mstsc.exe is for Remote Desktop.
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You can just go a pc which has that folder and right click each >> Properties to see what's the shortcut is linking to.
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