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Change volume for both 9x & NT

How can I change the volume for both Win 9x & NT. I want to increase and decrease the volume. Is it possible to change the windows volume and / or the wave volume? It must also change the sliders in the Volume Control window. Thanx in advance.
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intheCommented:
hi,
you can use
WaveOutSetVolume()

dwVolume set like:
Left + Right = $FFFFFFFF
Left  = $0000FFFF
Right = $FFFF0000
no sound = $00000000

medium sound example:

WaveOutSetVolume(MediaPlayer1.DeviceId,$FF00FF00);

WaveOutGetVolume gets teh current volume.
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tongaliteCommented:
listening :)
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skynergyAuthor Commented:
Inthe, thanx but WaveOutSetVolume() only works in Wnidows 98 and not NT. Any other ideas?
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skynergyAuthor Commented:
Inthe, thanx but WaveOutSetVolume() only works in Windows 98 and not NT. Any other ideas?
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intheCommented:
hi,
>>Any other ideas?
er i have no other ideas ,except getting a component from torrys and checking the source of how they did it though im sure they will use waveoutsetvolume() for it..


>>WaveOutSetVolume() only works in Windows 98 and not NT.

not according to ms:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/multimed/mmfunc_3a1x.asp

Regards Barry
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skynergyAuthor Commented:
Thanx Barry.
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