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Missing icon how do I get the volume icon back in the lower right tray?I now can only control my volume by going into my control panel.

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  • Ronald Glenn
    Ronald Glenn Dec 11, 2008

    did that,after going to contol panel,only see adjust system volume,change system volume,manage audio devices,Nothing about Place volume icon in task bar.Opened all three links.

  • Ronald Glenn
    Ronald Glenn Dec 11, 2008

    Thanks again,tried that and this ie what it says"The module SndVolSSo.dill was loaded but the entry point DLL Register Server was not found. Make

  • Ronald Glenn
    Ronald Glenn Dec 11, 2008

    Thanks again,tried that.This is what I got:The module SndVol SSO.dll was loaded but the entry point DLL Register Server was not found.Make sure that SndVollSSO.dll is a valid DLL or OCX file then try again: Have no idea what that means!!Thanks for ur patience.

  • Ronald Glenn
    Ronald Glenn Dec 11, 2008

    VISTA

  • Ronald Glenn
    Ronald Glenn Dec 11, 2008

    got 2 leave now,got 2 get the day started,will try solution asap thanks again 4 ur time

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To bring back the volume icon in your tray

Go to Control Panel
Open "Sounds and Audio Devices"
under Volume Tab check the "Place volume icon in the taskbar".

This will bring your icon back.

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Click 'control panel'
click 'Sounds and Audio Devices'
Check the box that says 'Place volume icon in the task bar'

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  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning Dec 11, 2008

    Try going to Start > Run, and typing:


    regsvr32 -u SndVolSSO.dll

    regsvr32 SndVolSSO.dll

  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning Dec 11, 2008

    You did these ?

    Start > Run, and typing:


    regsvr32 -u SndVolSSO.dll

    regsvr32 SndVolSSO.dll




  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning Dec 11, 2008

    Wait is this XP or Vista?

  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning Dec 11, 2008

    Try removing the sound device from the device manager, shutdown and reboot

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