Method One: Click Start-Control Panel-sound, voice and audio devices-sound and audio devices, and then check the "Put volume icon into taskbar" checkbox in the unit volume area of the Volume tab. Click OK to exit.
Method Two: If method one is invalid, try: Insert your WinXP installation CD, click "Start-Run", and enter "Expand-r x:i386 powrprof.dl_ c:windowssystem32", where X represents your disc. Click OK to exit. Next, hit the run dialog again, enter "Regsvr32 Stobject.dll", and click OK to exit.
Method Three: If both of these methods are invalid and you receive the following error: Windows cannot display the volume control icon on the taskbar because the volume controller is not installed, use Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel to install it. To solve this problem, you need to extract a Sndvol32.exe file from the WinXP installation CD to the Systemrootsystem32 directory on your hard drive. To do this: Insert the WinXP installation CD, open the Run dialog box, enter "Expand-r x:i386sndvol32.ex_ c:windowssystem32", and click OK to exit.
or the easiest way to find the Sndvol32.ex_ file from the XP installation CD, and then rename it to Sndvol32.exe, and then copy the file to the C:windowssystem32 folder.
Note: This assumes that WinXP is installed on C disk and that the installation directory is Windows. If not, make the appropriate adjustments according to the specific situation. In addition, the disc must be an installation disc, not the recovery disc
"put the volume icon into the taskbar" tick, not valid. Lost Sndvol32.exe, file path c:windowssystem32, can upload a sndvol32.exe in another machine, or find a system CD to find sndvol32.ex_ files copied to System32, Rename to Sndvol32.exe and then restart
If your system is XP, you can go to my network to download the sound card file, my music disk,
If you have used software to remove startup items, and accidentally deleted the volume icon to start. This time, "put the volume icon into the taskbar" tick, volume icon appears, but after the power-on volume icon does not recover, you must be set up in the Control Panel. (In this case, the network connection icon may also eliminateLost). This is the time to restore the deleted item as soon as the startup item in the registration list is restored.
Start--run input regedit open the registry, turn on Hkey_local_machinesoftwaremicrosoftwindowscurrentversionrun to create a new string in its right window Systray "(New at right key point on run), the key value (double-click on Systray to edit) is" C:windowssystem32systray.exe ", if the Win2000 system, then" C: Winntsystem32Systray.exe "So it's OK. The i386 in the system is a folder with a system installer