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OneDrive missing from Windows Explorer - Windows 7 Pro

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Client needs to directly browse files in OneDrive Personal.  The OneDrive doesn't show up anywhere in Windows Explorer,  but can be accessed through One Note.

On his previous computer, which had SkyDrive, there was a visible icon under Favorites.

How can we get the icon back?

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Is OneDrive for Windows installed?  Maybe it was installed on the client's old machine, and not on the new one.  Here is the download link:  https://onedrive.live.com/about/en-us/download/
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