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It would be a good idea to copy all your wav files in the \Windows\media directory before doing this :

Go into Control Panel -> Sounds
In the event list (upper window), choose the event you would like to generate the sound (for rxample "start windows")
Click on Browse and go to the directory your wav file resides in
Select the wav file you want to play for this event
Repeat the process for all events you want to link a sound to
When finished, you can - only if you want - save these settings in a Model (lower window) : this enables you to have 2 or more "sound themes" and to be able to change between them easily, without losing your previous work.

hope this answers your question fully ...
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