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Start Menu problem

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I recently discovered that the ability to right click and explore the folders in my start menu has become disabled. It's always been very convienient for me to simply right click a particular folder off the start menu and choose "explore" or "explore all users". I immediately would gain access to the appropriate start menu folder by windows explorer opening to the particular folder I explored.

Up till recently this has never caused a problem. Now when I release the click on explore or explore all users nothing happens. Like I said, normally explorer would open up and I would have access to my start menu folders.

I still get the context menu with the choices, I just cannot get a response when selecting to explore a particular folder. :tazz:

Plz Help !! ;)
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