1.    09 Sep 2008 #1
    Buddha Guest

    Network Icon and Volume Control disappeared from tray


    My network activity icon suddenly vanished from the notification area. So
    did the Volume Control. R-Clicking on the Taskbar and going to
    properties/notification area shows check boxes for both, but both are grayed
    out. No changes have been made to the system. At reboot, the 2 items were
    just gone.

    Any ideas?

    Buddha

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  2.    09 Sep 2008 #2
    leap frog vista Guest

    Re: Network Icon and Volume Control disappeared from tray


    do a system restore to a point before this happened...


    vista is full of strange bugs

    "Buddha" <TEPonta@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:EEF893DB-CFDB-497E-898E-2985AF47506A@xxxxxx

    > My network activity icon suddenly vanished from the notification area. So
    > did the Volume Control. R-Clicking on the Taskbar and going to
    > properties/notification area shows check boxes for both, but both are
    > grayed
    > out. No changes have been made to the system. At reboot, the 2 items
    > were
    > just gone.
    >
    > Any ideas?
    >
    > Buddha
    >
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  3.    09 Sep 2008 #3
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    Re: Network Icon and Volume Control disappeared from tray


    Before you do a system restore just check the status on the taskbar properties in safe mode there are options on the notification area tab to not display these items
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  4.    09 Sep 2008 #4
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    Re: Network Icon and Volume Control disappeared from tray


    Hello Buddha,

    This tutorial may be able to help you fix this problem.

    Notification Area - System Icons

    Hope this helps,
    Shawn

    Quote Originally Posted by Buddha View Post
    My network activity icon suddenly vanished from the notification area. So
    did the Volume Control. R-Clicking on the Taskbar and going to
    properties/notification area shows check boxes for both, but both are grayed
    out. No changes have been made to the system. At reboot, the 2 items were
    just gone.

    Any ideas?

    Buddha
      My System SpecsSystem Spec


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