Windows sounds question

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by muzikool, Feb 23, 2002.

  1. muzikool

    muzikool Act your wage. Political User

    The last few days I've had a strange occurrence in which a Windows sound would somehow be disabled on its own. The sound is the 'click' that is made when a browser button or link is clicked. When I first noticed the sound had quit, I went to the Sounds tab under Sounds and Audio Devices in the control panel, and selected the Windows default. This fixed the problem but it has happened again several times since. I never change the sound scheme and so I dont' know what is making the change. Also, I haven't noticed any other sound being disabled, only this one. Anyone know what could be doing this?
  2. DarkSiege

    DarkSiege Guest

    Hmm.....good question....anyone have any ideas?
  3. max

    max Guest

    A poltergeist ! :D

    hehehehe im sorry I have no idea either, i cant understand how it does it by itself.

    Try assigning another sound to it and see what happens
  4. Howling Wolf

    Howling Wolf We did not deserve this !

    Amongst the Native Ones
    Yep, try assigning another sound to your click as the default sound file might be corrupted in a way or another, misplaced or something...