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Folder options not available in windows 98

Dear all,
i have a machine with windows 98 Se. I didn't get the folder options.
Pls heklp us to solve .


regards,
C.Sacthivel

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Plz go to run
give command
REGEDIT
then go to
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer
in right side panel u get
NOFOLDEROPTIONS
DELETE THE KEY.
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Hi go to Display Properties next settings see folder Options ok by any Problem 919849073383 by this is uday @@@@@@@

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