November 3rd, 1998, 05:35 AM
my taskbar is stuck in the left side of my screen. it will not allow me to resize or move it no matter what i try. it is minimized down so i cannot acccess it. it's not a simple matter of waving the cursur over it to get the arrow option, it just won't work. it does however show the right button options when i right click it. any takers on this one?
November 4th, 1998, 10:53 AM
Woooah - been there before!
Click on an empty part of your taskbar and whilst holding down the left-mouse button, 'drag' the toolbar back to the bottom of the screen (or the top of the screen, or wherever the fancy takes you!)
November 4th, 1998, 11:50 AM
Well Colonel, I'm just taking potshots here but maybe reinstalling windows will return the taskbar to its default positon which as I recall is at the bottom of the screen. Incidentally I bought some of your popcorn chicken things last night and they weren't very good. What parts of the chicken are they
made from exactly? ...Maybe I don't want to know?
November 6th, 1998, 10:21 AM
firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Q134237 "Recovering a Missing Taskbar in Windows 95" says that starting Win95 in Safe Mode will restore the taskbar to it's default location; maybe this will also solve your problem.
Forgot this: if you'r on a corporate network, the taskbar may be stuck as a result of some system policies set by the system administrator.
[This message has been edited by SaGS (edited 11-06-98).]
November 12th, 1998, 01:54 AM
Try changing the display settings from 800x600 to something like 1280x1024
Maybe that will shake the darn thing out of hiding!
[This message has been edited by GodMonstr (edited 11-12-98).]
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