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.
The PC is a generic brand (from endpcnoise.com) and the keyboard is an IBM Thinkpad Travel USB keyboard.
I'm hoping someone can point me to a specific driver to get this working. I did look at the Lenovo site and downloaded a keyboard driver, but it didn't seem to do anything. In fact, when I go to the Control Panel and look at the drivers for my keyboard, it looks like I'm still using the generic Microsoft keyboard driver.
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.