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Re: missing taskbar and start menu
Probably your infected. to fix the problem u can visit kelly's korner and copy all the text and then go to notepad and paste the text and then save it as "taskbar.reg" and then after saving it run it. it will prompt you if u want to add the registry information and you say yes. see if that fix's the problem. if u dont know how to open notepad without the startmenu u can try pressing windows key+r and type "notepad" and press ok. remember to save it as a .reg file.
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Do you mean the taskbar along the bottom of the screen? If you move your cursor to the bottom of the screen the taskbar should appear. Right click anywhere on the taskbar and click properties. In the properties window, on the taskbar tab, uncheck 'auto hide taskbar'.
Hi, if there are any "Drivers" missing, software out of date, or security need to be updated? You can do the following; If you have "Windows Update" on the Desktop, click to do a scan for "updates" or go to the Start Menu, click on the button, click on ("All Programs") find: Windows Updates, and start a (check for updates). To go further, in the Start Menu; Type: Toshiba Resources, you can also download "Drivers" from this source, in the search Description, type: Toshiba PSAF3U-0NR00V Satellite A205. "Did this solution help?"
First, right click on the taskbar and select Properties from the right click menu.
Alternatively, you can go to the Control Panel and type the word 'taskbar' in the search box from the upper-right side. Once the search results are loaded, click on the link that says 'Customize icons on the taskbar'.
The Taskbar and Start Menu Properties window will show up on your screen. Here, go to the tab called Notification Area. In the System icons section check the Volume box and click on OK.
The Volume Mixer icon will now show up in the notification area of your taskbar
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Click Start Button, Then select All programs, then "accessories", then, "system tools", then, "system restore",
A utility will start. click Next. (Please note that it will not cause any harm to your data so dont worry about it.)
after flipping through couple of screens, it will give you an option to roll back the settings to an earlier time. Select an earlier Bold date (that means a system check point exists) click on a check point and click next. It will ask you to restart after reload. Allow that. (The system will be rolled back to the point you selected (select a checkpoint that was earlier than the problem occured)).
you will see that once the system will restart, it has restored the system settings to an earlier time and your problems are resolved.
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In XP, go to Start > Control Panel > "Taskbar and Start Menu" and open it and you should be able to show and lock your Task bar aka "menu bar" from the Taskbar/Start menue options you'll see there. Good luck.