Re: volume icon will not open correctly
Posted: 08-01-2003, 12:55 PM
control panel method didn't work and I'm still getting
the file download message. Also, when I looked for any
yellow and red marks there were non present.
>-----Original Message-----Devices. Uncheck the
> First, go to Classic Control Panel>Sounds and Audio
>box " Place Volume Icon in Task Bar".the same box. See
> Click Apply>OK. Restart and then go back and recheck
>what happens. If that doesn't work thenManager. Scroll down to
> Rt click MyComputer>Properties>Hardware>Device
>Sound, Video and game controllersmarks. If there are
> click on the + sign and look for any yellow or red
>any you have to update your audio drivers.message
>"Claire Wright" <[email protected]> wrote in
>news:04d101c3579b$f1ae3860$[email protected]..clicking>> I've been having trouble opening the volume control at
>> the bottom right corner of my taskbar. On double
contains>> the icon, a window is displayed with the title 'File
>> Download' with the information-
>> Some files can harm your computer. If the file
>> imformation below looks suspicious, or you do not fully
>> trust the source, do not open or save this file.
>> File name:
>> File type: Application
>> This type of file could harm your computer if it
getting>> malicious code.
>> Would you like to open the file or save it to your
>> I then have the option of opening, cancelling or
the>> more information.
>> On clicking open, the volume control icon appears on
>> taskbar, however the window for the volume panel is not>
>> visible. I've tried to move, minimize, maximise and
>> restore the window but nothing causes the window to
>> I hope someone can help me rectify this problem-I'd be
>> really grateful for any responses.