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Volume Control Icon Disappeared


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#1 Samtam

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Posted 22 January 2007 - 02:05 AM

Hi

I have lost my volume control, and its icon. I have an HP PC with the volume wires connected from the screen to the CPU, and I have plugged and unplugged these, and they are properly inserted. I have now lost the speaker icon, and when I go to Control Panel and the Sounds & Audio Devices icon, under the tab "Volume" it states "No Audio Devices".

In the desktop task bar I now have a "Realtek HD Sound Effect" icon.

Grateful if you can advise how I can restore volume control, as I get no sound now from WMP etc.

Thanks.

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Posted 22 January 2007 - 11:17 AM

See if this helps:
Volume Icon Is Not Displayed in the Notification Area, and You Receive an Error Message When You Try to Add It
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#3 Samtam

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Posted 15 March 2007 - 03:57 AM

Thanks for your reply, and sorry for not responding earlier. I read the link you suggested. It says "insert the Windows XP CD-ROM" but what is that? I created "Recovery Disks". Are these the ones? Sorry, I need a nanny!




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