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Windows 7 volume On Screen Display?

Windows 7 volume On Screen Display?

I just upgraded my PC to Windows 7. I'd like to get back the on screen display (osd) for volume. With XP I used to see a horizontal band of green bars on the screen that showed the volume level when I adjusted it from the keyboard. Now, nothing.

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Guest [Entry]

3RVX is a skinnable volume display and controller. It shows your sound volume level with its on-screen display (OSD) and also allows you to control the volume via a skinnable slider or custom hotkeys. Supports drive eject notification, mouse hotkeys, and a wide range of customization options.
Guest [Entry]

"I know this is an old question, but I stumbled upon this when I was looking for a similar software solution. I have found that the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Centre adds an on-screen volume indicator, regardless of what keyboard you use. This works with 64-bit Windows. Screenshot attached.

The volume indicator shows up in the bottom right corner of your main display.

I hope this helps."