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TehWhale

Beep Function doesn't work on Vista?

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TehWhale

I was tring to alert myself while waiting for a game on Warcraft III. I choose to quick play 2v2 Orc's. And then minimize my screen, so that when it finds a game it brings the Warcraft III window up, I might be in the other room, and if I hear a beep, I know that it's time to play, but I was testing this function, and it doesn't work.

Any Idea's?

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Richard Robertson

You have the volume up right? New computers don't have internal speakers anymore.

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BrettF

Why not? I liked the beep songs from the inside... I could play mario songs if someone was over, and they'd be like, "thats so cool!"

Well in my dreams that happeneds....

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TehWhale

You have the volume up right? New computers don't have internal speakers anymore.

Yeah my volume is up. Oh, why don't they?

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Richard Robertson

They haven't had internal speakers for a while since people have real speakers that can generate waveform sounds.

I'm not sure what else might be the problem, you'll have to wait for another Vista user.

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Richard Robertson

Right below that, we have this:

Client Requires Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Windows 2000 Professional.

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Richard Robertson

No, I was making a comment on conflicting information. If the function doesn't work, it doesn't work. I just like how Microsoft says it requires that.

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FreeFry

I know, but if it says the function isn't supported on vista, it's most probably is not. Though if they mean to say that it's not available on Vista 64bit, then it's something else.

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BrettF

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FreeFry

I guess it depends on how you read it. muttley

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pwnt

Well if beep doesnt work why dont you just use the cool =

SoundPlay(@WindowsDir & "\media\tada.wav",1)

;P remember to not mute your PC!

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