I am running windows xp sp3, the volume icon disappears from the taskbar on each reboot or shutdown/startup.kindly, help any permanent solution known.
I am running windows xp sp3, the volume icon disappears from the taskbar on each reboot or shutdown/startup.kindly, help with any permanent solution known.i should go to the control panel and to recover it again whenever I turn my on.kindly advice, someone machine me a solution permanently this problem.i want to stay always on the taskbar the volume icon.
the honest answer is expected... Thank you!
Control Panel - device - sounds Manager - note manufacturer device name and info on the graduating model.
Double click and get the date and version of the driver (if 06 are dates, you use the default windows driver). Now
Click the DRIVER UPDATE (this can not find anything because MS is far behind the certification of drivers). Now LAW
CLICK above and UNINSTALL - REBOOT - it will refresh the driver stack.
Now, go to the manufacturer of the system and recover the last pilot audio/Hi-Fi as a fall.
Download it - SAVE - go to where you put it - RIGHT CLICK top - RUN AS ADMIN - REBOOT
Now do the same for the manufacturer of the device (the one that made the device - if you were using the default windows
you might need to look in the Device Manager - his new driver).
Often, you will need to run the sound card drivers several times to get the latest version installed and will appear in
Manager - Sound. This is because they make back the drivers one at a time and then finally install the
most recent. Look in the Device Manager to be sure that you have installed the version of the driver is the one showing, if not
run the driver again (reset each time) until the shows a correct.
Look at the sites of the manufacturer for drivers - and the manufacturer of the device manually.
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My missing Volume icon in the taskbar, I don't delete this, I went to the Panel, then the system icons where you are supposed to be able to turn on or off, volume control icons for some reason any is 'off', even though I've never touched, I have now, it's it's not let me put 'Walk' from there! Any suggestions please? Thank you.
Volume iconHello1. what operating system is installed on the computer?
2 have you made any changes to the computer before the show?Method 1: Try the following steps if you have not followed.You can try to activate in the bar of
(a) with the right button of your taskbar (the bar at the bottom of your screen),
(b), select Properties, click Customize on the Notification area tab, and then under system icons, select one that you want to display (clock, Volume, network or power).
Method 2: Toll scanner (SFC) System File Checker, and then follow method 1 and check if that helps.How to use the System File Checker tool to fix the system files missing or corrupted on Windows Vista or Windows 7
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/929833Method 3: Put the computer in a clean boot state, and then follow method 1 and see if that helps.How to solve the problem by running the clean boot in Windows Vista:
Note: once you have completed troubleshooting, perform the steps in the step 7: to reset the computer as usual.
Volume icon missing on the task bar. Seek to return so I can adjust volume when necessary
It was with my installation of XP. I have to open the Control Panel, uncheck the 'show' in the task bar (or system tray, whatever it may be), hit apply, then re - check and apply again. It should appear. For a period of time. Also started happening with my battery/power icon and the same solution worked for a while, but now it works again (just for the battery - the volume still works like that). I had found some registry changes, but they do not seem to have worked. Any comments would be useful. I still have to run this laptop sometimes.
I don't know how to recover my volume icon - can anyone help? Thank you!
If one of the system icons is out, you can reactivate the as follows:
Right-click on the taskbar and select Properties. This will bring up the tab "properties of menu taskbar and start. It's where you mentioned, it is gray. It is very well... From there, you can click on Customize button in the icon section. Look for the icon that you are missing, and check the status. The type of report should read "Hide icon and notifications", change that to "Show icon and notifications".
If this does not resolve the issue most likely you have a problem with group policy on your machine. This can be corrected by following the instructions on the following link:
Hope this helps,
Steve <> Microsoft Partner
Hello! My volume icon disappeared from my taskbar. How can I get that back? I went to the selected menu on the task bar and start Control Panel configuration-on the notification area, it shows that I have the clock, network and power icons. It shows the volume, but it is weaker than the others so that you cannot select. Is there another way to create a shortcut of volume in my taskbar. I used to have, but for some reason any he disappeared, and I don't know how to get it back!
I suggest you follow the link below and run the fix it that will automatically fix this problem:
You can also do it manually by following the steps below:
1. Click Start, type regedit in the box start search or the programs and files of Serach area and then press ENTER.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password, or click on allow.
2. Locate and then click the following registry subkey:
3. in the Details pane, click the IconStreams registry entry.
4. on the Edit menu, click on remove and then click Yes.
5. in the Details pane, click the PastIconsStream registry entry.
6. on the Edit menu, click on remove and then click Yes.
7. exit the registry editor.
8 restart the Explorer.exe process. To do this, follow these steps:
Press CTRL + SHIFT + ESC.
a. on the process in the Task Manager tab, click the process explorer.exe and then click twice on end process.
b. on the file menu, click New task (run), type Explorer and click OK.
c. Output Manager tasks.
Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
322756 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756 ) how to back up and restore the registry in Windows.
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My power icon disappeared from my taskbar after a reboot. Following the advice of the Forum I turned on command prompt and asked the sfc/scannow.
After a long search, I received notification that there were a few corrupted files and not all could be fixed. This had occurred previously in 2012.
After a security alert, security, I downloaded the program named Emet. After reading more below in the Microsoft forum, I found the comments which Emet
may damage files. I decided to uninstall Emet. When I finished that I discovered that the Emet icon has disappeared from the taskbar along
with the battery icons and a few other icons. I took my Asus laptop at Best Buy and the tech there called a Microsoft service don't. and
has got instructions to restore the missing icons using the appropriate record. It was in summer 2012. When I stopped my laptop Sunday, December 21, 13
and then reopened Tuesday, December 23, 13 I found that, once more, my power icon had disappeared from the notification area. The correspondent
subprogrammes in the control panel for the management of the icons in the notification area were inoperative for the icon of power and a few others. This
was the exact situation I had in 2012, about 16 months ago.
After failing to solve the problem with the command prompt, I thought I would ask for help. For the moment, I managed without going through the power icon
presented at the center of mobility in the office and after having pinned the control panel to the taskbar on the right.
When you first start a new computer, the operating system typically runs Startup service initializations that can take anywhere from one to six hours to finish, depending on which applications are preloaded on the computer. Make sure that you give the operating system sufficient time to finish these Startup service initializations until you stop or restart the computer. This problem generally not happen once the operating system has completed initialization of all before background services is restarted.
I suggest you refer to the following article which has a few registry tweaks to solve the problem. Please follow the steps and check out them.
System icons do not appear in the notification area in Windows Vista or Windows 7, you must restart the computer
Note: this section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the link to view the corresponding article:
Back up the registry
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I can install windows 7 have my computer running windows xp sp3 currently? I am aware that vista and 7 use a lot more ram or memory so I don't know if my cpu under xp can run windows 7.
Yes, it is possible to install Win7 on a Windows XP computer. Start here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/help/upgrading-from-windows-xp-to-windows-7
However, Windows Update has nothing to with the upgrade of Windows. Please post future questions about the upgrade in this forum: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7install/threads
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Hello what jay,Thank you for your message. Please, try the following:Click 'Start' > right click on 'My computer' > select 'manage '.Click on "disk management".Here you see secondary hard drive?If so, you can assign it a drive letter and everything should be good.Please let us know if it did or did not help to solve your problem.See you soon
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- You are able to access the Internet?
Try the steps mentioned below and check:
Step 1: Enable or disable a network adapter and then check:
Step 2: Run Network Diagnostic tool and check:
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Method 2: Wi - Fi and in Windows network connection issues:
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Setting up a wireless network: http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/setting-up-a-wireless-network
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Excellent Sam Job Varkey information should contribute to solve in this case, however some is
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Vista network and sharing Center
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Home network, wireless network and computer networking Made Easy
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(FWIW... it's always a good idea to create a system)
Restore point before installing software or updates)
VLC Media Player
(works on XP/Vista/7)
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