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Posted on 2000-03-06
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In the lower right hand bottom of the screen I had a volume control icon. I have lost it. I want to know how to recover it.
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Question by:Allene
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by:Nazdor
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Start -> Settings -> Control Panel

Multimedia

Show volume control on the taskbar.

Make sure it has a tick.
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by:garzajd
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If the above comment does not work you may want to re-install it. Go to control panel- add/remove software- windows tab- mulimedia
there should be a box for volume control or something like that. If it is already checked then the comment from Nazdor should work
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My Computer-Control Panel - Multimedia-Audio.Check Show volume control on the taskbar
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