Laptop issues!

Discussion in 'Computer Questions, Issues & Security' started by TimB, Nov 28, 2012.

  1. TimB

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    Hey!
    I cant find the volume tab in the task-bar. I have seen the settings in the control panel and also seen the options in the customize tab on task-bar. FYI, I am using Win 7 and my laptop is HP i7 and last thing the volume can be controlled from the short-cut multimedia keys (i.e. the drivers are installed).

    Thank-you
     
  2. Marc

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    hi, was your problem resolved? What did you do to make it work? Was curious about it,
    Thanks.
     
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    I have not explore much on windows 7 but can't it be drag from the control panel settings to the taskbar? If not, you might just look for the list of widgets and add the volume.
     
  5. TimB

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    Marc, Thank-you so much! I was facing this issue for a week and finally got rid of it!

    All i had to so was, press (ctrl + shift + esc) go to processes "end process" with the name (explorer.exe). Than had to go to users and log off and log in again, Poof!! it came back ;)
     

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