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NYIsles4

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I once had a volume meter pop-up whenever I pushed the volume up, volume down, or mute button on my laptop. A problem occured and I had to reconfigure my entire hard drive, re-installing Windows XP and every individual program I had before the crash. Now the power meter is gone, and it is hard for me to find out what the volume is without having a visual, aka this meter. I looked all over the volume options and couldn't find anything. Can someone possibly tell me how to get this meter back up? I understand I may have to reload this from a dell installation cd that came with my laptop.
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Johanna

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Did you look on the cd to see if there was a volume software program included? If it audio drivers, update in Device Manager, and insert your Dell CD at the prompt.

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I'll check on Tuesday when I go back home. I'm in school right now and my audio drivers CD is at my house, so once I find out what happens I'll let you know. Thanks for the help!!!!
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Sorry about the long delay, but since this topic isn't closed, I'll reply to it. I still can't figure out where the volume meter is. I'll keep looking on the CD, however I can't do that until my malware problems are solved. Once they are fixed, I'll work with the technical things and figure out how to get it back. I'll let you know when you can close this topic. Thanks again for your time. :whistling:
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