Question about Sony VAIO Notebook
Press the FN +F3/F4 keys to increase and decrease the volume in the vAIO Notebook.
Posted on May 24, 2011
Hi, in the same area where the "Volume Controller," should be, (right click), to open the "Short-cut menu," next; select the [Properties], to open. The "Taskbar Start Menu..." opens, click on the "Notification area" button; a new window appear, in the [System icons] section, select the Volume [box], and put a check in it by clicking in the box. Next, click on the Apply and OK buttons. "That should take care of that, the "Volume will be placed on the Taskbar." "Let me know by giving a "Helpful Rating" I appreciated it, thanks.
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