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I am using Vista Home Premium (SP1) and i,m on a home network wirelessly.  Several weeks ago the network icon in the notification area disappeared and the item in the taskbar was greyed out..  From information from Google i deleted 'iconstreams' and 'pasticonstreams' in the registry and was able to access the icon again.  Today, the icon again had disappeared and i followed the above change in the registry where the entries were there with data values.  However, this time when i went back to the taskbar and notification boxes the network box was geyed out.  Any suggestions to get my network icon back and to hopefully keep it.  Thanks.
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 See my first comment. I,m not sure in EE if the main comment shld be made before clicking the acceptance button or after.  Thanks agian
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