systray

I re-installed win95 upgrade over 3.1 and now I don't have a systray when I press "ctrl+alt+del".
Is there a problem here ?
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MrbreezeCommented:
Does the tray show on the toolbar, down by the clock? Sounds like you need to run the setup again
                        Mrbreeze
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liebrandCommented:
Edit your registry and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and add a string called SystemTray and the value should be SysTray.Exe

This should fix your problem next time you boot!
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festaAuthor Commented:
I am too afraid to play in the registry.
I have a task bar with the time showing and other programs(PCillin).
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festaAuthor Commented:
I am too afraid to play in the registry.
I have a task bar with the time showing and other programs(PCillin).
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