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Windows XP sounds

Hello,I recently changed my Windows XP logoff,logon,Shutdown sounds to other sounds and after that they don't even play.

->The sounds are .wav
->The are 7-8 seconds long
I don't know what's causing me the problem.

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  • sidspyker Feb 01, 2009

    Ok i found it Windows will only accept 5:00 secs file

    So if you're experiencing the same problem download Audacity and cut short the file into 5:00secs or less.


  • sidspyker Feb 02, 2009

    hehe,the solution u think,was given by me myself,so no need to tell dost. xD

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Solution is already given above

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