There is no volume control taskbar icon

Method One:

1. The Windows XP CD-ROM inserted into your computer’s CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive. In the insert the CD-ROM at the same time hold down the Shift key to prevent auto-run CD-ROM.
 
2. Click Start, and then click Run.

3. In the Open box, type cmd, and then click OK.

4. At the command prompt, type the following command-line, and by the end of each line Enter key, of which CD-ROM computer drive is included in Windows XP CD-ROM or the CD-ROM drive DVD-ROM drive letter, and system root directory is where Windows system files path and folder name (usually the C: \ Windows):

CD-ROM drive:
cd i386
Expand sndvol32.ex_ system root \ system32 \ sndvol32.exe
For example, if your computer’s CD-ROM drive is drive E, and contains the Windows system folder is C: \ Windows, should be in the command prompt, type the following command line (the end of each line by the Enter key):
e:
cd i386
expand sndvol32.ex_ c: \ windows \ system32 \ sndvol32.exe

5. From the command prompt, type exit.

6. Verify that you can activate the “volume control” and the notification area to display the volume icon (if you choose this option).

Method Two:

1. Open the My Computer Tools Folder Options View Hide extensions for known file types were to remove the hook to determine.

2. Add to your XP CD-ROM drive, such as your disk drive letter is H

3. Search sndvol32.ex_ under the H site the document.

4. Sndvol32.ex_ the search copy to paste it into c: \ windows \ system32 directory, and then rename sndvol32.ex_ the right mouse button, type sndvol32.exe Enter, and then was replaced by sndvol32.ex_ sndvol32.exe, and double-click the left mouse button sndvol32.exe.

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