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Luckyjfl

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Hi Guys,
hope this is in the correct Forum box. When I click on my Add and Remove, in my Control Panel , no programs come up in the box at all. I would appreciate any ideas you may have on this one.

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Hi Luckyjfl,

Do you have a partioned HD and have two operating systems?

Alan :whistling:
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right click on my computer > manage > device manager....is that empty too?
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Hi Guys,
I have two HDs, both healthy. Both same System. One is 200 Gig, the other 100 Gig. I have right clicked like suggested, Dsenette,and all is well in Device Manager. No Yellow items at all. Both of my HDs are seperate and not partitioned.
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Try here

http://support.micro...kb/266668/en-us

Other display problems may include that there are no listed programs.
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Thanks Keith, I will try that, asap.

Cheers
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Problem solved. I reinstalled windows, which was one of the suggestions on the microsoft site. It seems it is ok now. Thanks for your help Guys.
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Thank You for letting us know
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