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outcastc

Nlite removed ie and outlook express icon from start menu

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n lite removed ie and outlook express icon from start menu and i cant put it back. i tried to put it back right click and properties menu. how can i put that icons.

sory for my english

thanks

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Did you remove Internet Explorer and Outlook Express with nLite? (The programs)

Entfernten Sie den Internet Explorer und Aussicht, die mit nLite ausdrücklich sind?

Edited by Kelsenellenelvian

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Do you see this option and also attach your last_session.ini file to your next post so we can troubleshoot this. (It is on your XP cd)

sorry my internet was dead.

i allready tried that option.it doesnt work.

last_session.INI

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[Out of topic]

Just for the fun of it.... :whistle:

Did you remove Internet Explorer and Outlook Express with nLite? (The programs)

Entfernten Sie den Internet Explorer und Aussicht, die mit nLite ausdrücklich sind?

what is the reasoning behind the idea that a Chinese member has a better knowledge (instead of English) of German and not, say, Portuguese? :unsure:

Nice try, however! :thumbup

[/Out of topic]

jaclaz

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[Out of topic]

Just for the fun of it.... :whistle:

Did you remove Internet Explorer and Outlook Express with nLite? (The programs)

Entfernten Sie den Internet Explorer und Aussicht, die mit nLite ausdrücklich sind?

what is the reasoning behind the idea that a Chinese member has a better knowledge (instead of English) of German and not, say, Portuguese? :unsure:

Nice try, however! :thumbup

[/Out of topic]

jaclaz

His profile flag says he's Turkish.

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Unless there is an other problem and if the programs are still there,

C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe

and

C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\msimn.exe

create shortcuts of them and put them in

"C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs"

+ :D @Jaclaz

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@outcastc

Happy you managed to solve your problem. :)

@all

About my off-topic remark, it came straight out of this previous thread on boot-land:

http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?...ic=3380&hl=

It seems that the mapping of "ununderstandable" languages changes from country to country....

We have found till now:

Chinese

Arabic

Greek

Turkish

Double-dutch

"a book from Heaven"

and, of course, English:

http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?...=3380&st=36

:P

jaclaz

Edited by jaclaz

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