task bar gone!


P

pooyan

after I turn on my computer from the sleep mode the task
bar will be gone! any ideas anyone?

the problem is fixed after I log off and log on again.
 
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J

jason

hmmmm, i have had this problem too. did you try to right
click on ur screen? what is happen is there is a setting
that is "auto hide on re-start" i am trying to remember
where. i beleive it can be found in control panel, start
up menu. either there or settings for stand-by,
hibernate.
 
J

jason

oops, almost forgot, control panel...... taskbar and
start menu.... taskbar. hope this helps
 
G

Guest

thanx for ur reply but there is no options regarding stand
by or anything.
 
J

jason

u r right, but there is an option to auto-hide the task
bar. if this is not the exact place to go, then i forget.
i am sure i have seen "auto-hide on restart" i will look
for it and let you know. BTW, r u running XP ?
 
P

pooyan

yes Jason..I'm running XP
Thanx for your help.
-----Original Message-----
u r right, but there is an option to auto-hide the task
bar. if this is not the exact place to go, then i forget.
i am sure i have seen "auto-hide on restart" i will look
for it and let you know. BTW, r u running XP ?
.
 
J

Jeff

I would be interested to know the answer as I have exactly the same problem
with XP. I get the taskbar on first boot up then it disappears when
returning after standby. It comes back if I log off then back on again. The
fault never occurs with other "users" on the computer. I was wondering
whether it had anything to do with my HP2210 all-in-one printer.
 
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pooyan

the interesting fact is that the task bar won't disappear
when deliberately put the system on standby; it only
disappears if the system puts itself on standby after 20
min of being idle. I have a Lexmark X1140 and there is no
other users on this computer ..I really want to know
what's causing this problem.
 

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