windows DVD maker lost from start menu

  catpwss 19:36 19 Jul 12

Since the last few days I have seemed to have lost the ''windows DVD maker lost from start menu''.It was always there in the all programs under the windows right at the top but no longer there.Running windows 7. Any help please. thanks.

  rdave13 19:44 19 Jul 12

Try this, type windows dvd in the search box. In the list right click and send to (create a short cut) desktop. Left click and hold the short-cut, drag over start, drag over all programs (wait to open) and drag to the list where you want it.

  catpwss 19:50 19 Jul 12

tried that with no luck,Thanks for reply

  rdave13 19:54 19 Jul 12

Do you have the short-cut icon on the desktop now?

  catpwss 20:00 19 Jul 12


  rdave13 20:04 19 Jul 12

Does it show when you search for it?

  catpwss 20:16 19 Jul 12

No it dont show,Looking at this laptop the snipping tool has also vanished,Maybe a scannow sfc might be worth a go.

  rdave13 20:25 19 Jul 12

Have a look in Programs and features and select 'Turn Windows features on or off'. In the box that opens make sure a tick is in the box for 'Media Features'. If you expand that it should show a tick for Windows DVD maker. As for the sipping tool make sure there is a tick in the box for 'Tablet PC Components'.

  catpwss 20:48 19 Jul 12

''make sure a tick is in the box for 'Media Features'. If you expand that it should show a tick for Windows DVD maker.''

yes all ticked still no dvd

  catpwss 21:11 19 Jul 12

Dont know how to say this,went and did a scannow sfc with no luck,Then did a system restore to yesterday 18th I could'nt go back any further,Anyway it did solve the problem.Got both back.Dont know what went wrong did nothing to change anything. Thanks for help.Its a mystery?. Thanks.

  rdave13 04:20 20 Jul 12

Thanks for the feedback. Possibly Windows didn't quite load properly and a reboot might have cured it. Anyway, you've sorted it out now - good one.

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