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I can not get the speaker emblem to show up on my tool bar at the bottom of my screen so I can control the sound on my laptop with out having to go to control pannel

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Hi, you can go tor your control panel first, and then look for the option that would enable your audio icon to be displayed in the system tray.
Hope this one helps.
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