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Solved: Missing toolbar icons important

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by mkbui, Jul 6, 2008.

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  1. mkbui

    mkbui Thread Starter

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    Three of the main toolbar icons in the bottom right are not present anymore for some reason on my laptop
    1 dell battery meter
    2 network icon
    3 volume meter
    How do I get those back its a hassle not knowing how much battery power is left and what the network status is at and what volume my computer is at
    thanks
     
  2. DaveA

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    Could be the Hide icon has hidden them or that the check mark has been remove in the settings.
    Right click the Task bar and select "Properties". Then select the "Notification Area" tab and make sure that there are the required check marks.

    Also you may want to REMOVE the check mark in the "Hide inactive Icons" box.
     
  3. mkbui

    mkbui Thread Starter

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    hide inactive icons is not checked and those three options are already checkmarked but are grayed out, I think this happened after a system restore

    Just did another system restore and now it works
     
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