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I've been using Linux since Redhat 5, it's beyond me why these sorts of problems are still around.

Someone should just put a damn "Volume Control" element in the list of things to add to the panel, even if it doesn't work, perhaps showing an error message.

When you first reboot your computer, there's usually a key sequence listed telling you how to enter the BIOS configuration screen.

Since all BIOS's are differenct, you'll need to sort through your BIOS and enable the built in sound card. If you are not using a built in sound card, and this step does not show your audio card, the card may be seated incorrectly on your motherboard, or may be bad or otherwise incompatible with your motherboard.

Cheers, Unemployed Techie An alternate solution is to go to C:\Windows\System32 and look for the program Snd Vol and create a shortcut on the desktop.

The interface is slightly different than the taskbar icon, but allows you to control the volume.

apt-cache policy indicator-sound indicator-sound: Installed: 12.10.2 0401-0ubuntu1 elementary4~ubuntu0.3.1 Candidate: 12.10.2 0401-0ubuntu1 elementary4~ubuntu0.3.1 Version table: *** 12.10.2 0401-0ubuntu1 elementary4~ubuntu0.3.1 0 999 trusty/main amd64 Packages 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status 12.10.2 0401-0ubuntu1 0 500 trusty/main amd64 Packages Update Dec.10: Just to let you know that the issue is still there.

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How can I get a volume control in Ubuntu, so I don't have to run aumix in a terminal or something? But does anyone know why the new, fancy "Indicator Applet" volume control doesn't appear?

The Gnome Volume Control Applet isn't as nicely featured, although it actually works.

However, several users, and on especially on Vista, Windows 7 and 10, have been complaining of missing icons on the far right of the taskbar.

A common complaint (probably because it is used more often) is the disappearance of the sound icon that lets you access and make changes to your computer’s sound settings.