Re: wireless icon in system tray
- From: "Peter Pan" <PeterPanNOSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 13 May 2006 07:42:36 -0700
On Sat, 13 May 2006 02:10:43 GMT, Jeff Liebermann
On Fri, 12 May 2006 18:50:47 -0700, "Peter Pan"
Apparently there is a system icon cache area in
memory, it's fixed size (but you can change the amount of memory
allocated for it),
"Change the icon cache size in Windows XP Pro"
That may solve the annoying screen refreshes I get when I close down
Going back to the OP I have had successes with the system tray problem
(in general and not necessarily to do with wireless) sometimes by
running a script I found on the net called xp_pastitems.vbs and other
times by running the NTREGOPT.EXE routine that comes with the free
ERUNT registry backup program. Lots of hits in google for either
That was the same desktop icon stuff, not the system tray icon area.. I did
find part of an old post in one of my email folders..and that also has to do
with what jeff said about PNP...
Ok, "fixed" means go to www.grc.com, download UNPNP.EXE and disable the
system service. That's it!!!
On Tuesday, January 21, 2003 at 8:44 am, Stefan wrote:
I've got the same or at least a similar Problem. My Icons in the sytem tray<end paste>
if I start Win XP. (This has nothing to do with the "hide/show icons"
XP.) The funny thing is: If i log of (no restart) and log on again, all
back. Also by killing the apps with Windows Task Manager and restarting
icons return. I already tried changing icon-cache settings, rebuilding icon
and that sort of stuff.
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