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Documents and settings help

By mfaizan91
Nov 25, 2006
  1. does anyone know how where the settings for the taskbar are kept in documents and settings ive been tryin for sum days now???
     
  2. just_a_nobody

    just_a_nobody TS Rookie Posts: 182

    I don't know where they are any in documents and settings, but if you right click the taskbar, and select properties, then you can do some changes. Also, if you go into Control Panel, and select Display, then you can do some changes there.

    I just noticed you posted earlier about the taskbar missing, check out this site, and see if it helps: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;555130
     
  3. mfaizan91

    mfaizan91 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 67

    the taskbar isnt missing butsome of the toolbars are so i was wondering if i could replace it with a working one with all da settings wrkin
     
  4. just_a_nobody

    just_a_nobody TS Rookie Posts: 182

    What toobars are missing? When you r-click the taskbar, does it show the missing toolabar in the list? If the toolbar is listed, uncheck Lock Toolbar option and select the wanted toolbar, then Lock the toolbar again.
     
  5. mfaizan91

    mfaizan91 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 67

    well da windows media player and nero's and msn search desktop thing.
     
  6. just_a_nobody

    just_a_nobody TS Rookie Posts: 182

    All you need to do is drag the shortcut down to the quick launch section, and they should appear. If you don't have a shortcut, then you will need to go and find the .exe file for whatever program you want, then r-click it, and select send to desktop (create shortcut).
     
  7. mfaizan91

    mfaizan91 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 67

    no i dnt need a shortcut hve u ever use mini mode for windows media player where all da play stop forward button appear in da task bar to do that u need enable it frm taskbar's toolbars and it isnt there. and its noa windows media player problem cos i uninstalled and reinstalled it
     
  8. just_a_nobody

    just_a_nobody TS Rookie Posts: 182

    I guess I don't use my media players all that much, and I have all those controls on my keyboard, so I wouldn't need them on the taskbar. if this is what you mean. just put your windows media player into mini mode, or whatever its called, and put the shortcut, to windows media player, in the quick launch. In media player, select View menu, and Skin Mode, and when you open the player from the quick launch it is mini.
     
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