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HP Pavilion P6670/HP Stream 14-CBxxxxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello,

My desktop came with this real nice big volume display that appears in the middle of the screen whenever I adjust the volume

(See attachment). I'd like to add it to my new laptop but I have no idea what it's technically called & how to find it & if it's

even some type of software or what ? Could it be hidden somewhere in my laptop ?

Is anyone familiar with this &/or have it also & can help ?

Thanks !

Big Volume Display.PNG

 

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Hi:

 

The software is called the HP On Screen Display utility and it came with W7.

 

Apparently, when you upgraded your PC to W10, it still worked.

 

The only suggestion I can offer would be to see if the W7 OSD software will install on W10.

 

This package provides the HP On-Screen Display Utility for the supported models and operating systems. The HP On-Screen Display Utility enables the pop-up graphic displays that are shown on the screen when certain characteristics, such as volume or brightness, are changed.

 

https://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp55001-55500/sp55152.exe

 

 

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Thanks Paul !

That helps. I didn't see it in the MS Store. (I might not know what to look for exactly or how MS titles it.)

My laptop is still in S mode due to the warranty but I think it's ending soon so I may take it out of S mode.

(I never liked S mode anyway !)

Thanks for the link also ! If you know anything else please let me know !

I appreciate you replying so fast.

 

Scott

 

 

 

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You're very welcome, Scott.

 

Yes, you will have to have the regular version of Windows to run any file not from the MS Store.

 

Hopefully, it will work for you.

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