Icons in the taskbar Windows 7 (notifications) does not not at the start. [SOLVED]

Question: It started a few days ago, I'm not sure what has changed (no updates to anything und do not clean my comp so far here). When starting, but not load my system tray icons/notice. There is a select statement 3 charge that are supposed to, but there should be more (like volume, wifi, (I have disabled power), etc.) There is 1 which is not supposed to because it is hidden completely.

3 loading (assumed):

~ Intelligent ram (advanced care system)

~OpenOffice.org Quickstarter

~ Avast icon

1 who is responsible (not not supposed to):

~ Synaptics Pointing Device (touchpad for laptop, I have the touchpad disabled permanently, so I completely hidden icon (no notifications).

Icons that are supposed to load:

Shown (visible in the status bar)

~ Intelligent ram (advanced care system)

~ Connection/Wifi signal strength

~ Volume

Hidden, but display notifications (accessed via popup "Show hidden icons" arrow)

~OpenOffice.org Quickstarter

~ Avast icon

~ Action Center (flag)

(I think there's one more, but I don't remember.) It could have been 'Power', which I think, but it is completely hidden, as in the system icon is disabled)

What is already:

~Notifications/what watch is already very well tuned for my taste. I just got set to "Show icon and notifications", stuff the value "notifications only." (Ergo, it resides in my region 'Show hidden icons' through arrow, but is not visible otherwise.) Und stuff put not show at all.)

~ Windows is up to date.

~ Drivers are all up to date.

~ System is cleaned (Spyware, Malware, Antivirus, General Computer Care) a few times a week, has been cleaned out of turn, in order to help solve.

~ Regardless of the icon is not displayed, programs, still work properly.

What has been tried:

~ To reboot first, simple. Nothing.

~ Searched online, find the regedit, removed IconStreams und PastIconStream in the registry, kill explorer.exe, run explorer.exe. Voila, my icons were back. Except for some I had to modify the settings on back to what I wanted. That was supposed to be the end of it. ... It wasn't. Model began the next day, icons were not loading right. The same 3 icons has charge. Tried the regedit with a reboot... Nothing helps.

~ I tried Regedit und journal/off voltage. Zip, they go back to does not properly.

So, I wonder why the regedit isn't sticking. Personally, I don't find yet, everything which would be somehow in conflict with this, especially since the wifi turns on automatically does not show in the taskbar, or volume. Everything seems to work fine, so I don't understand why some of them are not loading. The only way I know to make the back is with regedit. But in doing so each time I start my computer is pretty boring.

Search for a solution: What can I do to remedy this? Everything I looked at gives me "update drivers, windows update, virus/malware research, make regedit (mentioned above), log off / on, restart" that have been tried.

Thanks in advance.

UPDATE *.

Alrighty, I tried to start in safe mode, a boot minimum then tried und tool File Checker system, nothing that was of any help either.

So, as a last ditch effort... I did a startup und repair selected a Restore Point.

Solution: My icons in system tray restored to a previous state until I started having problems, are evidence of as it should.

UPDATE *.

Obviously, I have solved my problem, but I have to mark an answer for them to consider that it solved und I can not put my own answer to select. So I chose the one who has not fixed it, but would probably be someone elses.

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