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I was messing around and deleted some files by accident. Now when I plug my IPOD in I do not get the option to "unplug or eject the device" in the system tray. I also does not show aything else in my tray. What is causing this and how can I fix it? Any help anyone could provide would be GREATLY appreciated. Please e-mail me directly at [email protected]
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Try Start/Run, enter SYSTRAY and press Enter. If it works, you can add a shortcut in the Autostart folder in your start menu, if you don't want to add it to the Registry.

No worry if it doesn't work, you can access the removable devices through the Control Panel as well.

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