..but it depends on what you mean by "program". You mention that you "dragged" the program to another folder. Did you drag the entire program "folder", the actual .exe program file, or was it the program shortcut file which starts the program??
What was the name of the file that you dragged?
You mention that the program is still in the "Program Files" folder...If you access that file directly, then double click it, does the program run? If so, you may need to create a new shortcut to it and replace the old one in the start menu. (RIGHT click directly on the .exe program file, choose "Create Shortcut" and a new shortcut will be placed in the same folder as the .exe file. In Windows Explorer, Drag that shortcut link to the C\Windows\Start Menu\Programs folder.)
Hope this helps.
While moving some things around in Windows Explorer, I inadvertantly draggged one of my programs into another folder. When I tried dragging it back to it's normal place, it disappeared. A painstaking search through the entire list of files and folders in Explorer failed to turn up my missing program. Using the "Start", "find" route shows it to still be in the Program files. I should mention that it's still listed in the "Start", "Programs" area. But when I click on it all I get is a little boxed exclamation Point. How do I find it and return it to it's normal state? Any help appreciated. I'm running Windows 98SE, 30GB HDD, 384MB memory in a 5 year-old Gateway. Thanks for your help.