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Hidden Sound track in Windows Xp
« on: March 23, 2009, 08:14:01 pm »
Windows XP has a hidden sound track which plays as background music
during Windows XP installation process, but most people canít hear this
music because they have a sound card that does not have drivers
preinstalled on XP .

There are 2 ways by which you can find this hidden sound track:

1.Go to start->search.Search for title.wma .But remember to include hidden files and folders in your search.

2.Navigate
to C:\\Windows\\system32\\oobe\\images, go to Tools > Folder Options
> View, check Show Hidden Files and Folders options and then uncheck
Hide Protected Operating System Files. You will now notice a file
called title.wma, that is the hidden sound track.
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Hidden Sound track in Windows Xp
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2009, 09:07:40 pm »
open "run" in winxp
then type following file name

The file is in:

            C:\\Windows\\system32\\oobe\\images\\title.wma

then click ok.

 

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