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Why are you using an olde worlde system like Vista ?, get with it and graduate to windows 7 or even windows 8 which you can get for free
... I expect it will be possible before long to download fully activated versions from file sharing sites.
... every time I get a friggin Windows update (Vista !!..yep..VISTA [xx(] [xx(])...the volume Icon gets removed from my task-bar !..not only that but when I go to the properties...it's greyed out so I can't even instruct the computer to put it back there as an option !!I have to restart the computer AGAIN ...for it to be made available as an option !!why's that then ? Why Do Updates Mess Up My Volume Icon Thingy ?
System icons do not appear in the notification area in Windows Vista or in Windows 7 until you restart the computer ..
Reading RD's condemnation of "cracked" software I am put in mind of Robert Baden-Powells condemnation of "self abuse"
Rootkit detection is difficult because a rootkit may be able to subvert the software that is intended to find it. Detection methods include using an alternative, trusted operating system; behavioral-based methods; signature scanning; difference scanning; and memory dump analysis. Removal can be complicated or practically impossible, especially in cases where the rootkit resides in the kernel; reinstallation of the operating system* may be the only available solution to the problem.