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FrankC Notification area (System Tray) Icon
Member 12th Feb, 2014 16:13
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I lost the Secunia PSI icon in the Notification area. How do I get it back?
This was a good indicator of when boot was complete.
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Frank C

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Maurice Joyce RE: Notification area (System Tray) Icon
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Load PSI manually which should reinstate the icon.

Then might be worth checking the programme settings to check nothing has been altered.

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FrankC RE: Notification area (System Tray) Icon
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Thanks Maurice- ,
That did not do it. I see nothing in settings for the Notification Area icon.
There is a psi_tray.exe but it didn't fix the problem.. I made a shortcut on the desktop for PSI . That is not as useful as the notification area icon which also told me when scan was complete.
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FrankC RE: Notification area (System Tray) Icon
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It came back after a re-start! I guess it was the combination of running PSI from the .exe and reboot that did it.
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