New AppBar Bullet appeal

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Andlie Coll, Sep 11, 2007.

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    Andlie Coll Guest

    See all of surrounding queries regarding AppBar Bullet. The issue still
    exists. More help required please, this is a stubborn one. I downloaded
    Hijack this tool, sent the log to an online tech forum. They suggested
    removing any 'funwebproducts' which I had on board. I did and the problem
    still persists. All new offers/ideas gratefully accepted.
    Andlie Coll, Sep 11, 2007
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    Sipabo Guest

    Hi Andy
    I've got exactly the same problem as you have. First removing the radi
    player from the sidebar, then closing the sidebar before shutting dow
    the computer helps in my case. Only closing the radio player or closin
    the sidebar doesn't work.
    Hope somebody will fix this problem soon
    Sipabo, Sep 21, 2007
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    Andlie Coll Guest

    Hi Sipabo,
    Thanks for your post. At least I know I am not alone now. This is a stubborn
    little bugger to say the least. I have this query currently running on 3
    forums and nobody so far has been able to give the definate solution. I don't
    know how much research or solutions you yourself have tried of course but we
    should be sure to notify one another if a new perspective crops up.
    Andlie Coll, Sep 24, 2007
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    Sipabo Guest

    Hi Andy,
    I'have searched the net and just like you found no solutions. But we
    are not the only ones with this problem. Will keep you informed of
    Sipabo, Sep 24, 2007
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    nugeto5 Guest

    AppBar Bullet Solved! I have officially found out what this pesky littl
    "program" is!. It's a windows program. Every part of sidebar register
    as it's own windows. That is the background, each widget, and low an
    behold, the "bullet" on top! the little control bar that has a plus an
    two arrows. this is the appbar bullet. This means that the only way t
    solve the problem would be to either get a patch from Microsoft, o
    create a shortcut for shutdown on your desktop for shutdown with -f i
    it. that is to right click on your desktop/whereever you want th
    shortcut and go to new > shortcut. in the ensuing window, put "shutdow
    -s -f -c "desktop shortcut"-t 001" without the quotes on either side
    The -f tells windows to ignore warnings and force down any applicatio
    that won't play nice. makes for a faster shutdown, and no popup's
    nugeto5, Jan 3, 2010
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