Windows® Vista: Volume icon is disabled or grayed out
Can’t access the volume icon on your Windows Vista computer because the icon has grayed out? Disabled or grayed out volume icon is the most common problem faced by Windows Vista users, even when the audio devices are installed properly. Most of the times, the issue is caused by corrupted sound drivers, an altered keyboard setting, or problem with the permission settings. These issues are not permanent and can be easily resolved by accessing the Windows Registry settings. Don’t know how to do that? Simply follow the steps mentioned in our DIY video and solve your Windows Vista volume icon grayed out problem on your own.