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    Randall Trahan May 11, 2010

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Assuming "tool bar" = Task bar
and your OS = XP
It's possible your task bar is hidden on bottom
just drag the bottom line of your screen upward
Check if your task bar properties are set to "hide the task bar" remove the setting

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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Click start control panel administrative tools computer management ,disk management right click on your drive select properties click tools you should see click check now click start two boxes

To automatically fix files and scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors place then a tick in both boxes then select check now start should schedule this task when restart.

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Try opening Computer Management from Start Search Bar. Follow the location to open computer management.

Click on Start

In the Start Search bar type Computer Management and hit enter and check if you are able to open it.

Use the System File Checker tool (SFC.exe) to determine which file is causing the issue, and then replace the file. To do this, follow these steps:

Open an elevated command prompt.

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If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Allow.

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Please remove produtools tool bar from my computer

Hi Ernest Vincent
Here is how to remove the tool bar permanetly
1...Left click on "Start"
2...Left click on Control Panel
3. Left click on Programs
4. Locate the produtools tool bar and left click on uninstall
5. Shut down and restart your comptuer, the tool bar should be gone
Please rate me

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My tools had a lock the toolbar option and I want to unlock the toolbar

When you Right click on the Tool bar you'll see the option called Lock Tool bar, so click it once and you are free from it.

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Tool bar moved t right and is large

Right click on the task bar (I assume you mean the bar that is typically at the bottom of your desktop?)
Make sure "Lock the Task bar" is not checked
Click on the border of the task bar
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Adjust height accordingly

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Hi, thanks for your solution to missing toolbar, but I have no toolbar to click "view". I have tried everything. One result to query of downloading firefox tool bar was" D/C Firefox,...

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I have had the same problem :)

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My ctl is missing its web cam or video driver where can i find info on these to get one - i can fully install this my self

hello lee6164813 your windows computer will do all this for you if you are using windows vista/7
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  2. and in the search bar type: device manager
  3. a window called "device manger" will open
  4. from the drop down menu click the plus next to imaging devices
  5. from that drop down menu select your webcam
  6. right click
  7. update driver software in big bold letters
if that doesnt work or your pc cannot find your webcam entirley you can go to the same window and and go to the tools bar on the top of the window, and select "scan for any hardware changes" and that should solve your problem. please rate

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No worries.....!!

shutdown the computer.......... switch it back again and immediatly keep tapping the key F8 on the key board....
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-> choose an option safe mode using arrow key's and push enter.
-> wait until windows comeup...
-> click on start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools and System Restore...
-> Under system restore window choose the date where in your computer was working fine.. and click on next to perform system restore....

your problem would be fixed... and no worries... your documents will be safe

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