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Okay, I searched for this, but couldn\’t find it in the directory. I was surprised, actually, I\’ve know about this for aaaaages. Anyways:
(Before I start, I will note that I took screenshots of both variations of the Control Panel [Classic View and Category View].
You know those sounds you hear when Windows is notificating you? Like the sound when you logon, turn your computer on/off, an error has occured, etc.? Well, ever wanted to change them? Ever thought about changing the sounds to really dirty stuff??!! Well, now you can! It\’s easy! You can now change the sound that occurs when your enemy turns on their computer to:
*Very Annoying/Long Song*
This works best if it\’s a shared computer, heh heh heh.
Well, first, you will need the sounds. You can either record them yourself, or download them off the \’net. Or, if you want the example of \"sex noises\", you can download a porn film and extract the sound, using Windows Movie Maker (figure it out on your own, there is no point in me adding it into this egg, you should know, to be honest. Otherwise, just start messing about and find out).
So, when you\’ve got your sounds, you need to know what to do with them. First, open the Control Panel.
Click \"Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices\"
Then \"Change the Sound Scheme\" (or \"Sounds\" on the box window if you use Classic View on the Control Panel. Either way, you should have the below box opened).
Now select the sound that you want to change. In the example below, I chose the sound played when you exit Windows (ie Logoff, Shutdown).
Click the Program Event, and click Browse. Find the file.
I chose the WAV file our \"metallica_\"(even though he isn\’t called that anymmore, lol) sent me through a voice clip on MSN =) Thanks for that, eh.
So, you\’ve got the file selected. Click Apply if you wish to carry on changing sounds, or OK if you are done.
Now you can change the sounds to very long Metallica songs, very annoying Crazy Frog tunes (which you can make repeat over and over using Windows Movie Maker;-) ) or rude and obscene sounds, heh heh heh.
You can use this egg for your own personal pleasure, instead of pranking purposes. You know that sound that occurs when an error has occured? Why not change it to Homer Simpson saying \"D\’oh!\" or your voice saying \"Oh, #%!@, not again!\"?
Whatever you choose to do with this... Have Fun!