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On most keyboards these days, there is a windows flag, in between the cntrl key, and the Alt key on the left hand side. If you press this key, your start bar will appear, from where ever it is. If it has been moved, from the bottom, to top, or one of the sides, then to bring it back to the bottom again, left click on your mouse, hold the click, and then drag it back to the bottom again.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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While holding the bottom right button down, press
the bottom left button. When all
7 day flags show,
the hourly chime is
on. When no day
flags show, the
chime is off.
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