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Favorite Links are empty in Windows Explorer

J

Jesse

#1
After a few hours of having Vista RTM installed, I noticed that the Favorite
Links area that is shown on the top of the navigation pane in Windows
Explorer just says (empty) now. If I click the folder location the
shortcuts are still there, but they are missing from the pane itself. I
just moved the folder bar all the way to the top now, but I'm curious if
anyone else has had the same problem. I've attached a screenshot.

devhead
 

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D

Donna Buenaventura

#2
Hi Jesse,
Try to re-add the links. While you are the Windows Explorer, drag something
from "Folders" to "Favorite Links" e.g. Documents. Drag another item and
then re-launch Windows Explorer. See if that will display properly.
The default links I got here are:
Documents
Music
Pictures
Public
Recent Changes
Searches

Regards,


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"Jesse" <bigmac@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> After a few hours of having Vista RTM installed, I noticed that the
> Favorite
> Links area that is shown on the top of the navigation pane in Windows
> Explorer just says (empty) now. If I click the folder location the
> shortcuts are still there, but they are missing from the pane itself. I
> just moved the folder bar all the way to the top now, but I'm curious if
> anyone else has had the same problem. I've attached a screenshot.
>
> devhead
>
>
>
>
 

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