Question about Sony Computers & Internet
Since your sound is obviously working, the problem is with your sound schemes in Windows. Click on Control Panel and go to Sounds and Audio Devices. Click on the "Sounds" tab and at the bottom, you can change the default sound(s) you want to play for each Windows function. Scroll down to "Windows Logon" and click "Browse" to choose the sound you want to play at startup.
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Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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