|22 Oct 2012||#1|
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Network Notification Area Icon Has Changed: How To Change It Back?
Just got a new laptop with Windows 7 professional about two weeks ago.
All of a sudden, this morning, the network notification icon for the network switched from the wireless-five bars icon to the wired icon with a big red X through it (because I am not connected via wired). When I mouse over the icon it still shows my wireless network name and that I have Internet Access.
I don't know how or why the icon changed, but I would like to change it back to the one showing the wireless bars. I've searched around and can't find anything on how to do that.
Can anyone help with this, please? Thanks!
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|22 Oct 2012||#3|
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Hi Brink, thanks for the welcome.
I apply your fix but, unfortunately, it screwed the pooch on so many things in not only the notifications area but also the quick launch bar and the icons on the desktop, I had to just do a system restore and that got me back to where I needed to be.
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