Advice 1: How to restore the icons in the taskbar

The control panel serves not only to position the "start" button and the system tray (right on taskbar, where are located the icons of some resident running apps). The task bar can also serve for placing on it of quick shortcuts to many programs – it is very convenient when you do not need to search for some program in different folders, and just run from the panel with one mouse click.
How to restore the icons in the taskbar
Instruction
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Icons can be in the notification area and on the control panel on the left. Accordingly, they may be lost, and from the first place, and with the second. Let us examine the case when the missing icons on Launchpad, and the way of their recovery.
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Call properties of the taskbar, then in menu "control Panel" in the "taskbar appearance", locate the "display panel.....". If this item is unchecked, then check it and click OK. To the left on the "taskbar" should appear "the Launchpad", if it already was, and you did post on it some icons, these icons had to be preserved. If you will be checkmark on "Show quick launch", but the icons and not, therefore, simply someone removed from the panel. If so, follow these steps: click on the desired program icon with the left mouse button and hold, drag the icon to the "quick launch Bar". All, therefore, transfer all the desired icons.
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Now when the icons disappeared from the notification area (system tray). In the notification area are icons such as "Volume", "local area Connection", "Wireless network connection", etc. If the icon "Volume", use these instructions: click on "start" then "control Panel", then "Sound and audio devices", then on the submenu (tab) "Volume" select the checkbox for field "Display icon....".
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If missing the icon "network Connection" menu, "start", then "control Panel", then "Network connections", in need locally, right click mouse, then "Properties" in the "General" tab just tick on the items "Notify me when...." and When you connect to bring....". Basically lost these two icons, but if I lost some more, look for the solution in the settings of the program whose icon is missing.

Advice 2 : How to restore the sound icon

To adjust the sound on your computer is convenient to use the iconin the tray. As a result of user action or, in severe cases, when a computer is infected with a virus, this icon may disappear.
How to restore the sound icon
Instruction
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If you have installed Windows XP OS in "control Panel", expand the "Sounds and audio devices". Check the box "Show icon..." and confirm the selection by pressing OK. If the checkbox is checked, uncheck it and click OK. Then again put the flag in the checkbox and confirm by pressing OK.
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If you try to select a system message "you Have not installed the program...", from start run search bar and type the name of the file sndvol32.exe. It should be in the folder C:Windowssystem32. If not have this file, copy it on another computer or on your installation CD and place it into the correct folder.
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If the item is inactive (overexposed), just call the line to "Open" a combination of Win+R and type regedit. Find the section HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftwindowscurrentversionappletssystray. Set the value of the Services parameter to dword:0000001f. To remove the icon of the sound of the tray into the category of "Value" type 0000001b.
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To solve the problem in Windows Vista and Windows 7, right-click Unallocated space on the "taskbar" and select the "Properties" command in the drop-down menu. Click "Configure" and select the list item "Volume". Set to "Show icon and notifications" and click on "Enable or disable system icons" to check the result.
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If inactive, call the registry editor by command regedit. In section HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftwindowscurrentversionexplorertraynotify delete keys IconStreams and PastIconsStream.
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Right click the mouse on the icon "My computer" call drop-down menu and select the option "Manage". Expand the snap-in "Services and applications". In the Services snap-in, locate the "Node universal PnP devices". Call the context menu right click the mouse, select "Properties" and set "startup Type Automatic".

Advice 3 : How to restore the volume icon

To adjust the sound level on the computer very easy to use the icon in the tray. However, sometimes as a result of any action of the user's PC or computer is infected by a virus this symbol disappears. In this case you need to restore the icon volume.
How to restore the volume icon
Instruction
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If the computer is using Windows XP, open "control Panel" node "Sounds and audio devices". Checkbox check the box for "Show icon...", and then confirm your choice by pressing the "OK" button. If the check box was already selected, it should be removed, confirming the action with button "OK", and then again to put in the checkbox the check box, and click OK.
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If you try to install a icon is displayed the system message with the text "not installed...", start from "start menu" search bar and type in it the name of the file sndvol32.exe. This file must be in the System32 folder (C:\Windows). If the specified path, the file is not found, copy it from the installation disc or from another computer and place in desired folder.
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In case the item is inactive, i.e. not illuminated, call the string "Open" using the key combination W + R and then type regedit. Then select the SysTray and set dword:0000001f setting the value of the Services parameter. In order to remove from the system tray the sound icon, enter 0000001b into the category of "Value".
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In that case, if the computer is running Windows 7 or Windows Vista on any empty space in the taskbar right-click, then select in the appearing menu Properties. Then click "Customize" and in the list that appears, select "Volume". Next, select "Show icon and notifications", then click "Enable or disable the system marks" to check the result.
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If inactive, call with using regedit the registry editor and delete the key PastIconsStream and IconStreams in section TrayNotify.
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Right click on the icon "My computer", then click "Manage" in the appearing menu. Open the tab "Services and applications". Look for "UPnP Host devices" in the tab "Services". Click right mouse button open the context menu, select the item "Properties", then select "automatic".
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