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    Hi everyone. My problem is that i accidentally right clicked my AOL tray icon and clicked exit to exit the program. The program didnt exit which it shouldnt, thats not the problem. A message popped up asking if i would like the icon to show up the next time i started my computer. I thoughtlessly clicked No. Is there any way i can choose to have the AOL tray icon put back into my system tray?

    PS AOL 9.0 if that helps

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    Have you tried just doing a system restore ?

    Cheers

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    Jman0524

    When you refer to the system tray, I am assuming you mean the area immediately around the time in the bottom right of screen? The icons here represent programs running when you start up your PC. I personally keep these to a minimum to free up RAM. It only takes a quick click on the icon on your desktop to access the program. Having said that, You could go to Start>Run> type in 'msconfig' (without the ' ') go to the startup tab and see if the AOL entry has a check mark in the box ,, if not click in the box>OK and then you'll have to reboot the PC.