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Place Volume Icon In The Taskbar


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g2teg

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Hi i have a similar problem with XP and the Volume Control is no longer working. I click sound and devices and try to place volume icon in the taskbar and it errors: windows cannot display on the task bar bec the Volume Control Program has not been installed. To Install Use/Remove programs from control panel.

That led me to accidently removing SoundMAX somehow. I downloaded SoundMAX and that did squat. I found sndvol32 on C:\WINDOWS\system32\dllcache and clicking it brings up the volume control panel. However, i can't get it to stay in the task bar via checking it in the device volume in the sound and devices. I've also lost the Battery Level Icon somehow. I hope someone can help fix these weird problems. I've also updated all windows things.
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I wish that I could, my computer came w/ windows already installed. I dont have a cd-rom for windows xp.


We have a few Dell machines at work. Although they come with windows installed, all of them came with a system restore disk, which should have the OS files on it. (Don't autorun the disk tho....), and also a separate Dell driver disk.
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