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My pc is not showing the volume icon my os is windows xp professional version 2002 sp3, v.3311 in sounds and audio devices properties it is showing no audio device

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Please reinstall your sound driver properly. when sound icon do not show in the bar,this is only solution for it.

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By default, the Volume icon is not displayed when you initially install Windows XP on your system.

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You can check the system volume and adjust it as follows
No. Mouse actions Keyboard actions 1 On the Start menu:
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Display the Start menu by pressing CTRL+ESC (or the Windows logo key winkey.gif).
  • Select Control Panel by pressing C.
2 In Control Panel:
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  • If not, under Control Panel in the left pane, select Switch to Classic View.
  • Select Sounds and Audio Devices.
In Control Panel:
  • Be sure you are in Classic View (all Control Panel icons are showing).
  • If not, under Control Panel in the left pane, select Switch to Classic View by pressing TAB.
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3 In the Sounds and Audio Devices Properties dialog box, on the Volume tab:
  • Adjust the sound volume by moving the Device volume slider.
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In the Sounds and Audio Devices Properties dialog box, on the Volume tab:
  • Adjust the Device volume by pressing the RIGHT ARROW key for higher volume (louder), and the LEFT ARROW key for lower volume.
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Control Panel -> Sound and Audio Devices->sound And Audio Properties->check "Place volume icon in the taskbar" box

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Audio Setup for Windows XP and Vista

1. Audio settings, in Windows and Skype

XP: Windows Control Panel / Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices / Sounds & Audio Devices
or Right-click speaker icon in system tray and select "Adjust Audio Properties"

Volume / Device Volume: Make sure “Mute” is NOT checked in this window.
Volume / Device Volume / Advanced: If there is no “Microphone” section in this window, go to Options / Properties and check “Microphone” in the “Playback” list. Then make sure “Mute” IS checked in this window

Audio / Sound Playback: Your on board sound/Sound Card
Audio / Sound Recording: Your on board sound/Sound Card
Audio / Sound Recording / Volume: Make sure "Microphone" is selected and the volume slider is at the center or higher
Audio / Sound Recording / Volume / Advanced: If “Microphone Boost” or “20db Boost” is present, select it


Vista: Windows Control Panel / Hardware and Sound / Sound / Manage Audio Devices
or Right-click speaker icon in system tray and select "Playback devices"

Playback: Your speakers or on board sound/Sound Card must appear in this list, and must show “Working”
Playback: Select your speakers or on board sound/Sound Card, then click “Set Default”
Playback / Properties / General: Device Usage: “Use this device (enable)”
Playback / Properties / Levels: “Mute” is not on, volume slider in the middle

Recording: Your Microphone or on board sound/Sound card must appear in this list, and must show “Working”
Recording: Select your Microphone or on board sound/Sound Card, then click “Set Default”
Recording / Properties / General: Device Usage: “Use this device (enable)”
Recording / Properties / Custom: If “Microphone Boost” is present, select it.
Recording / Properties / Levels: Microphone volume should be centre or higher
Recording / Properties / Levels: If there is a “Mute” button, it must not be on

Skype / Tools / Options / Audio Settings:

Microphone: Your headset/mic or USB device or Web cam mic, as you prefer
Speakers: Your headset, USB device or speakers, as you prefer
Ringing: VoIPVoice USB Phone or on board sound/Sound Card; also tick Ring PC speaker

Note: The audio devices you want to use MUST be present in these Skype device lists. If they are not, check the device connections and driver installations again.

2. Microphone and Speaker connections

Check if your mic (pink) and speaker (lime) jacks are in the proper sockets (it is easy to reverse them) and fully inserted (they sometimes stick only partially inserted)
If your microphone or headset has a “Mute” switch, make sure it is not on
If your speakers or headset has a volume control, make sure it is turned up
For test only you can use an earphone instead of microphone (really)! Just unplug the microphone, plug the earphone into the microphone jack, and talk into your earphones. (I know it sounds silly, but it might tell you if your microphone is defective)
A standard microphone plugged into Line In will NOT work.

3. Check audio in Windows.

XP: Start / All Programs / Accessories / Entertainment / Sound Recorder

Vista: Start [Orb] / All Programs / Accessories / Sound Recorder

Make a short recording with the microphone; you should see the level meters moving as you speak. On Windows XP, you can then play back what you recorded.

4. Once done, test with Skype Test Call (echo123).

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If your using any ver.of XP. Click the start button slide up to & open control panel. Double left click Sound and Audio devices icon.
Sound an Audio Device Properties window will open. Click the Audio tab. Under Default device: is the sound cards name. Click the Voice tab. The same device name should be listed under Default device. Lastly click the Volume tab. Put a check in the box (by clicking one on the emty box), next to, Place volume icon in the taskbar. Within seconds your volume controll will show up down by the clock.

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