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Volume icon please I can't see a volume icon in the tool bar, please send me how to troubleshoot this problem, I tried in XP help and support tab, in that i can't see the option window, please help me.

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The first thing to try is go to Control panel and click on Sounds and Audio Devices Properties. On the Volume tab, put a check mark on the box that says Place volume icon in the taskbar. If the check mark is already there, then its possible that your audio driver is not installed correctly. In this case, reinstall audio driver, make sure you have the right driver for your audio device. Download from manufacturers web site if necessary. Good luck.

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