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Windows 3.11 sound through the PC speaker?

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Hello,
My name is Dominic and I have a question.
Is it posible to tell windows 3.11 to use the PC speaker to play sound?
Sound like wave files, or sound like that in .avi clips?
I really want to be able to hear what is going on, during my windows session. Even if it is not very good quality.
Thanks.
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Yes it is possible.  What you have to do is find a win3.11 "pc speaker" driver.
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