Ressolving and getrid of antispyware"virus heat.com" and icons in the notification area of task bar
Hi I am using win XP SP2 in my system. i am using avg 7.5 and Mcaffee 9.0 in my system. usually i download latest versions online. recently unexpectedly "virus heat.com" antispyware website is downloaded intensionally into my system and making my internet explorer as default without my knowledge. it is alerting always and intensionally opening itself. I am fever about it and requesting you give me an idea to get rid off from this problem prakash
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Re: ressolving and getrid of antispyware"virus heat.com"...
In internet explorer go to the tools menu and then internet options menu. Go to the programs tab and look for internet explorer being the default browser. Click make default. If you want you can take the tick out of the box which says inform you if its not default.
You may also want to go into control panel and choose add/remove programs and find the offending program and remove it. Be careful you dont remove anything else.
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i hope that you are using windows 7 operating system... if so , to reapply the volume icon to the task bar go to control panel, then click Notification area icons then the icons and their behaviours will appear.. Under the behaviours click the drop down list box of the volume icon and choose show icon and notification then click ok . that's all now you will see the volume icon in your task bar ... have a nice day !!!!!!!!!!
The system tray (in short: systray, nowadays also called taskbar notification area) is the icon strip normally located near the right end of the task bar, next to the clock.
Some Windows XP installations show a peculiar defect in that some systray icons disappear or, rather, do not appear, when the system is booted and the user logs on. The problem is even more prevalent on systems with autologon. The most frequently affected icons seem to be the speaker icon (sound volume) and the power/energy icon.
This has nothing to do with the hide inactive icons settings. The defect shows up when you don't have any icons set for hiding.
In any case, please make sure for now that you haven't activated that setting. Right-click the task bar, click on Properties, uncheck the last check box. You can reactivate it later if all other problems are identified or solved.
Check your Startup folder and the starter registry entries through Start, Run..., type: msconfig, press Enter, to check whether the programs are really started at system start, or use Task Manager (Ctrl + Shift + Esc) to see whether the processes are running.
if you really are asking for the parts of MS word 2003,i bet this should help and really there are more than 4 parts 1. The Title bar gives the name of the document and the
program being used
2. On the right side of the Title bar are
three buttons. a. The Minimize button makes the window disappear
from the screen without closing the program. You can bring the
window back by clicking on its button on the Task bar at the bottom
of the screen. b. The Reduce/Maximize button makes the window
smaller or takes it back to full size. c. The Close button closes
the document or program.
3. The Menu bar offers dropdown menus
for things you do in Microsoft Word.
4. The Toolbars display
icons that perform specific tasks when clicked. Often the toolbar icon
performs the task without offering any options.
5. The Rulers
display the tabs, indents, margins and give the user a visual guide for
alignment. a. Tabs are set on the ruler by clicking the spot on the
ruler where you want to the tab to start. Different Tab settings
can be used to align text, decimals and indents. b. Indents and
margins can be set with the handles.
6. The Document display
window is where the current document is visible.
7. The Scroll
bars allow the user to move up and down the document in the window.
8. The Status bar shows the location of the cursor, number of pages and
includes advanced toolbar options.
9. The Task bar displays
buttons for Open programs or documents.
Click Control Panel
Click Classic View
Click Sounds and Audio Devices
Click Place Sound Icon on the Task Bar
(so that the check-mark is removed)
Click Place Sound Icon on the Task Bar
(so that the check-mark is restored)
i think your explorer.exe file has got corrupted or has been modified by trogen virus HEUR and hence is malfunctioning..you can try to repair your windows by booting your xp cd and selecting to repair windows....
First try this: Right click your mouse while aiming it at the lower right of the task bar, but not inside the notification window (where the icons appear in the right of your task bar). You should see a menu titled Toolbars. Click on this and put a check mark next to the Language Bar heading. The language bar should pop up instantly next to the notification area.
If that doesn't work, do the following:
Open the Start menu, and go to control panel. If you haven't already selected it, choose use classis menu, then choose regional and language options and click on this to open.
You should now see a window that is titles REgional and Language options, and has a box at the top with Text services and input languages. Click on the Details button. This will open another window on your desktop, titled "Text Services and Input Languages" At the bottom of this window is a button titled "Language Bar". Click on this button to open the Language Bar Settings, and select your preference. It's possible you may have to reboot your system to get the language bar to update. If so, just trigger a restart when you go to shut down. The language bar will appear at the lower right of your task bar