Missing SysTray Icon - Zemana AntiLogger Free

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  1. TerryWood

    TerryWood Registered Member

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    Hi

    Win 7 SP1. Just installed Zemana Antilogger Free, but every time I boot up the icon is missing from the systray. There do not appear to be any settings "start with Windows"

    Any suggestions to get the icon to appear.#

    Thanks

    Terry
     
  2. rm22

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    is there no process running or just icon is missing?
    if there's no process could check that 'Antilogger...' is ticked on the startup tab in System Configuration (run msconfig.exe)
     
  3. TerryWood

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    Hi rm22

    Many thanks for your reply.

    1) When initially installed there is an icon in the systray. On subsequent reboot no icon.

    2) Antilogger is shown on MSConfig start tab AND TICKED.

    3) Antilogger is NOT shown on MS config SERVICES tab.

    4) When SERVICES.MSC is opened, there is no service running for Antilogger.

    In ideas

    Thank you very much
     
  4. Infected

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    Is it running in the task manager?
     
  5. TerryWood

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    Hi infected

    Thanks for your reply

    1) On the the services tab of Task Manager Antilogger is not present.

    2) On the processes tab Antilogger free.exe *32 IS running

    Any ideas and thank you

    Terry
     
  6. Infected

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    Maybe try a reinstall, that might' fix it.
     
  7. TerryWood

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    Hi Infected and thanks

    Already installed Antilogger 4 times. No change.

    Any further ideas

    Thanks

    Terry
     
  8. stapp

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    Try cleaning/resetting your tray notifications cache.

    http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/13102-notification-area-icons-reset.html

    Or if you use ccleaner under the Advanced section tick 'tray notifications cache'. Right click on the words 'tray notifications cache' and select clean. Agree to the warning.

    Then after it has done ( usually in the blink of an eye) make sure you untick 'tray notification cache'

    You will need to restart Explorer now either manually or by doing a reboot.
     
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