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Is there any way to remove sec limit for XP startup sounds..

Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by huzaifa b arab, Apr 3, 2006.

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  1. huzaifa b arab

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    Hi guys,
    Hey can ne budy tel me how 2 change the play time limit of a wav file to be played on windows XP startup.
    I wanna play a 35 sec wav file, but unfortunately it plays only a part of it.
    Also can it be replayed a desired no.s of times.
    Also is there any way to play mp3's at startup????
     
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    Well... windows was designed to have a fast startup, and you are bent upon slowing it... neways there is a way I guess...

    I dont think looping will be supported tho....
     
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    I don't think you can play a long WAV file when Windows
    loads. You try another solution, try loading a audio-playing software during Windows startup.
    (eg., MS MediaPlayer)
     
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