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Volume level display

When I use the hotkey combination to adjust the volume Fn + up or down arrow key the volume level doesn't show on the bottom of the screen like it use to. The volume level changes up or down but the green level bar doesn't show

volume level display problem,
Volume keys are working but when i press volume key its does not on screen (green volume level) and problem with brightness key

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Re: volume level display

It sounds like your laptop drivers aren't working properly.. possibly the program dealing with your sound volume is corrupted or missing.

I'd try reinstalling your keyboard/touchpad drivers. what is the make and model # of your laptop?

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