No entry in the list of all programs

Original title: vacuum gauge programs

When I hit the Start button and select all programs, it shows EMPTY.  I'm used to be able to see the programs on the computer.  How can I fix? It is a Version for Windows XP 2002.

Hello
 
Method 1:
Try the fix to the article below and check out them.
When you point to "Programs" on a Windows XP-based computer, the program list does not appear, or the list of programs is empty
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/941248
 
Method 2:
a. click on "my computer"
b. click on "Tools" top of page
c. click 'Folder Options'.
d. click "Overview Tab.
e. under Advanced settings make sure ""display hidden files and folders " is checked"
f. click "OK ."
g. click on ""my computer " "
h. Local disk C:.
i. right click the folder and configuration Documents .
j. go to properties and check hidden so that it makes all hidden files.
k. then uncheck hidden so it's all the previously hidden files visible.

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