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Programs missing from Programs folder

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I have noticed that there are some programs missing in my programs folder (ie. Start\Programs). The ones I have noticed so far are Windows Live and Windows Media Player.

I know that the progams are on the device because I can access them via short cuts in the start menu. Anyone have any idea what might have happened?

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I have noticed that there are some programs missing in my programs folder (ie. Start\Programs). The ones I have noticed so far are Windows Live and Windows Media Player.

I know that the progams are on the device because I can access them via short cuts in the start menu. Anyone have any idea what might have happened?

Since WM5 anything appearing in the start menu doesn't get repeated in the programs folder, after all to get to the programs folder you need to go through the start menu (using the standard microsoft method of getting to the programs folder that is, using the programs folder link in the HTC home plugin bypasses the startmenu).

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Since WM5 anything appearing in the start menu doesn't get repeated in the programs folder, after all to get to the programs folder you need to go through the start menu (using the standard microsoft method of getting to the programs folder that is, using the programs folder link in the HTC home plugin bypasses the startmenu).

That makes sense. Cheers!

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First thing I do is copy them over :(

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