POWER icon missing from Notification area of tray

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Henry, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. Henry

    Henry Guest

    VHP

    On a laptop the POWER (battery) icon should always
    appear. I can go into Properties -> Notification Area
    and check POWER, but the next time the unit is booted
    there will be other icons (CLOCK, NETWORK, etc.) but no
    POWER...

    ???
     
    Henry, Nov 29, 2007
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  2. Henry

    Henry Guest

    Rightclick on the bottom taskbar does not show
    "requirements" or a System tab. I can see TOOLBARS,
    ADJUST DATE/TIME, CUSTOMIZE (but there's no help
    there!), etc... Properties -> Notification allows me to
    start the POWER (battery) indicator, but it must be done
    each boot.

    ???
     
    Henry, Nov 29, 2007
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  3. Henry

    Huib Guest

    Hi,
    click rightmous on the bottom talskbar, requirements, systemtab and ther you
    will find what hou need.

    regards
    huib
     
    Huib, Nov 29, 2007
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  4. Henry

    Huib Guest

    Sorry, not "requirements" but "properties" where you can mark in "system"
    energie.
    I couldn't simulate it but of earlier experience i do know that sometimes
    only clicking the ok is not enough ...accept has has to be clicked.
    I am using Vista Home Premium.

    Regards
    Huib
     
    Huib, Nov 29, 2007
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  5. Henry

    Huib Guest

    Sorry, not "requirements" but "properties" where you can mark in "system"
    energie.
    I couldn't simulate it but of earlier experience i do know that sometimes
    only clicking the ok is not enough ...accept has has to be clicked.
    I am using Vista Home Premium.

    Regards
    Huib
     
    Huib, Nov 30, 2007
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  6. Henry

    Melanies Guest

    Please follow these simple steps to restore your volume, power etc
    icons that are grayed out for Vista! Simple
    Go to Start Men
    Click on Program
    Click on Accessorie
    Click on System Tool
    Click on Control Pane
    Click on Taskbar & Start Men
    Click on Notification Area, your boxes are no longer grayed out, clic
    the ones you want open, I searched for months without finding a solutio
    & a friend gave me this, please post it EVERYWHERE
     
    Melanies, Jul 12, 2008
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  7. Henry

    Mick Murphy Guest

    I'll post it to the "Dead Letter Office".
    That is all it deserves!

    There is something badly wrong with the posters at vistaheads!!!!!
     
    Mick Murphy, Jul 12, 2008
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  8. The person you are hoping to help hasn't been active in this thread
    since it started LAST NOVEMBER YOU MORON.
     
    John Amendall, Jul 12, 2008
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  9. Henry

    Mick Murphy Guest

    My sincere apologies to all vistahead posters!!!!!
    I will change my behaviour if it takes until my
    dying day!!!!
    Sometimes I'm just an OLD IDIOT!!!!!
     
    Mick Murphy, Aug 28, 2008
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