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Strange Problem in Windows Taskbar

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Abdulrahman Al-Dowsary

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Hi every body,
Recently I encountered a problem with windows Taskbar. This problem related to lines that divides the taskbar. As most of you know if you right-click the Taskbar then uncheck Lock the Taskbar; the divisor lines will appear. On Taskbar there are Start button, Quick Launch bar, all opened Windows, Language bar, and Tray Icons. I think there must be 3 divisor lines to split these taskbar components. But in my Taskbar there are 5 divisor lines. Also when places of these divisor lines changes all opened windows appear twice on Taskbar.

I hope if somebody can help me to solve this problem, because the only solution that work with me is Restore the System.

Thanks in advance.
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Go here and download #240 on the list. Save the file somewhere where you know it is( i like the C/windows folder), then double click on the vbs file. It should fix your problem.



Edited by SRX660, 02 February 2007 - 08:26 PM.

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hi, sorry but where is the link "here" please, nothing linking on above post?

Edited by fleamailman, 02 February 2007 - 08:22 PM.

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