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Play .WAVs without soundcard in Win95

Posted on 1998-12-15
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I seem to recall Microsoft provided a sound driver for the PC speaker that allowed it to play .WAV files.  It didn't sound very good and consumed significant CPU cycles to do so, but it did work.

I want it so I can have my office computers play a .WAV file when someone gets mail in Pegasus email.  It has a "play sound on mail receipt" option but only plays .WAVs.

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Here it is....
ftp://ftp.tk.mesh.ad.jp/pub/win3/sounds/speak.exe

Have fun,
Craig
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Thanks, cmcgee!  That driver works fine.  Sorry for the long delay in responding; got busy with other higher priority stuff.
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