Hope this all makes sense when I am done. I have a windows 2000 system that booted the other day with the error: "ntoskrnl.exe file is missing or corrupt"
After numerous attempts to fix it, I finally resorted to a reinstall of the W2K OS. This went fine, except for one aspect. I still have my Program files folder and can still access if i browse the C:\Drive. However, any users that are created do not get associated with this Program Files list. No matter who I sign on as, if i click on the start button, then Program Files, i get only the standard listing of 5 or so Program Files, not the full list that is really present if you go directly to that folder on the C:/drive.
Also, MS Office was installed, but when i browse to that folder and double-click on the word executable, it tells me it must be installed from the original installed location. Any words of wisdom on how to fix this would be greatly appreciated.