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The Registry Cleaner section is not always good to use unless you have a full understanding of its process.
I use Ccleaner to 'tidy up' the Registry and have done so years.
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Applies to: Windows XP
Symptoms: After you start the computer, one or more of the icons that should be present in the system tray (notification area) of the Taskbar are often missing.
Cause: The cause of this problem is not known, but it's almost certainly a bug in Windows XP.
Solution: There is no known solution, but there are workarounds that may reduce the frequency of this annoying occurrence.
Disable Universal Plug and Play:
One piece of advice we've frequently seen offered to people suffering from this problem is to disable the SSDP Discovery Service and the Universal Plug and Play Device Host. To do this, open Administrative Tools in Control Panel, and then open Services. Select "SSDP Discovery Service", right-click it and select Properties. Change the startup type to "Disabled" and then click OK. Repeat this for the "Universal Plug and Play Device Host."
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