In my start menu when I click "All Programs," nothing shows up. On another account this happened and I fixed a registry problem that pointed to a wrong folder, but on this account the registry glitch doesn't exist. It still points to %USERPROFILE%\Start Menu\Programs. Note that this is a limited user account that cannot run the registry or do anything like that. Edit: Hmm, I think I may have found the problem. When I go into All Users\Start Menu, there is a folder named "Programs," and when I rename this to its rightful name "Accessories", the folder in the [user account name]\Start Menu folder is now called "Accessories" as well. It's like the folder is only in one place but Windows sees it as in both. What do I do? Edit 2: I tried copying the folder "Programs" in the affect user account's Start Menu folder. Now there are two folders named "Programs" in the directory. I then went to All Users\Start Menu\Programs and renamed the "Programs" folder in there back to "Accessories." I then refreshed the window for the affected account and then both folders became "Accessories." Windows has a problem that I haven't even heard of before. WTF?? Also, if I rename the "Accessories" folder to "Programs" in the affect account's folder, both folders are given the name "Programs," and then when I actually go into the folder named "Programs," Windows displays the folder name in the address bar as "Copy of Programs." This is getting confusing. Edit 3: Alright, I just created a folder with a random name, copied the correct contents into it, deleted the screwed up folder, then renamed the folder with a random name to "Programs." After logging off then back on the problem started again. WTF is going on?