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hello
  I need te be abble to perform a beep on PC speaker with 2 parameters : frequency and duration.

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Note :1) This  should work on W95/W98/NT
      2) The beep is sent to internal PCSpeaker even if there is a soundcard installed.

thanks for all ideas.

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rwilson032697 earned 200 total points
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Try this for Win95:

procedure Sound(Freq : Word);
var
    B : Byte;
begin
    if Freq > 18 then
        begin
            Freq := Word(1193181 div LongInt(Freq));
            B := Byte(GetPort($61));

            if (B and 3) = 0 then
               begin
                   SetPort($61, Word(B or 3));
                   SetPort($43, $B6);
               end;

            SetPort($42, Freq);
            SetPort($42, Freq shr 8);
        end;
end;

procedure NoSound;
var
  Value: Word;
begin
    Value := GetPort($61) and $FC;
    SetPort($61, Value);
end;

procedure SetPort(address, Value:Word);
var
  bValue: byte;
begin
  bValue := trunc(Value and 255);
  asm
    mov dx, address
    mov al, bValue
    out dx, al
  end;
end;

function GetPort(address:word):word;
var
  bValue: byte;
begin
  asm
    mov dx, address
    in al, dx
    mov bValue, al
  end;
  GetPort := bValue;
end;

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Under WinNT, Beep(Tone, Duration) can be used. The Win32 help for beep also says it works in Win95.

Cheers,

Raymond.
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Hi Raymond,
  First, thanks for your answer. I expected something more easy... but if there is no other solution...

  The WinApi beep function doesn't works under W95/98 i saw this in the help.. so as far as i know...


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