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Does anyone know where I can get hold of a driver for my sound card so I can hear some system sounds instead of that annoying *beep* all the time. I don't have a sound card.
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by:Joshua111197
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Try this arj-file:

http://www.vobis.de/bbs/support/brett07/speaker.arj

for Windows 3.x. Easy to add with installation instructions.

CU Josh
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by:j2
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..just so you know: when you use this program the pc will "freeze" when playing the sound.. and resume normal operaiton when the sound has finished.
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by:Joshua111197
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Never had such problems... Used this one at work until I got a sound card ...
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by:Skill
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Sorry Joshua. I only have Winzip which can't open this archive and this is a windows 95 .inf file. Sorry
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by:j2
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There IS a "speaker.drv" for win 3.x, but since it suffers from the
problem mentioned in my above post, it isnt much use really.


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by:Skill
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j2 I have an 80386 so it has to freeze my machine or the sound is *very* crackly.
And Jackie, Thanks it's perfect!
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