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Hi :wave:

I've got this icon in my system tray


and I'm not entirely sure what it is. :4-dontkno (it's the 4th one from the left)

I can't click on it (right or left) and it doesn't give me any information when I hover over it.

I left the computer on and walked away for about 2 hours, came back and saw it (wasn't there when I left) and it seems to have closed my MSN. I can't launch it again either.

Any ideas what it is?

Thanks for reading.
 

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If you haven't solved this yet (although the titles says you have but theres no solution, i will post this as it may help others) then i think it may be MSN itself. There is a feature in MSN where you can hide it by pressing a combination of keys (Shift + M for example), by doing this it creates an icon (like that one you stated) which is not (right/left)clickable (for hiding reasons). If this happens, try finding the shortcut to unhide it, or ctrl + alt + del and end MSN within task manager.

You can also disable this feature in the MSN options, i cannot remember exactly where.
Regards,
Jack.
 
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