Change the default startup sound in Windows

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Hello! Everyone. This is sourov_00 with you. I am a windows XP user and I used service pack (SP) 2. When I start my computer, I hear a default sound of windows XP that is very boring and backdated. I want to change this sound. Can I use any of my favorite mp3 song at the start-up of my windows? If yes,then How can I setup this change? And if no,then what else can be done to change this boring sound?please help me by answering the question.

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Change the default startup sound in Windows

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First is you need to have a WAV file for your sound effects, so if you have an mp3 format in your sound effects , rather convert it into WAV format first. Second is save your WAV file to a drive or folder that you can easily access it. Now click the start menu then control panel then select sounds and audio devices then click the sounds tab. Below you can see the program events, now you need to scroll down and find the start windows, once done click the browse button and find the WAV file that you save in your folder, then click apply then OK.

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Change the default startup sound in Windows

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If you want to change your start up sound, It is very simple to change the default startup sound to a custom sound. You can also put your favorite or desired music file our sound clip at startup of your computer.  
 
Follow the instructions to change start up sound.
 
• Go to Control Panel then Double Click on Sound and Audio Devices.
• Another window related to your Sound Settings will appear
• Now click on the Sound and audio devices tab below the Menu bar.
• Go to sound and select the “start windows” which you can see below after you scroll. 
 
Now browse for your desired sound file, Click on OK and then Click on Apply
To check that it is working or not, just log off and then log in back in your window.
 
The only problem is that your sound should be in .wav format. So you can get free converter from the net to convert your MP3s into .wav.
 
 
Answered By 0 points N/A #84376

Change the default startup sound in Windows

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Hello sourov_00

The first thing to do is you have to know if you have .wav files to change your windows sound.

Go to start >> click control panel >> go to sounds and audio devices >> go to tab sounds and browse your .wav files.

You may change the way you like it.

It has different categories for different sound depending on your preferences.

Hope this one works for you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #84378

Change the default startup sound in Windows

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Hi,

We have the same opinion on windows xp start up sound its very old school.

You should have a .wav file so you can integrate it to your xp.

There are so many converters that are available and you can download it on the internet.

First choose an mp3 or anything that make sound and convert it in .wav file.

Save to a very easy to locate in your computer .

Then click browse and find your converted wav file.

After that test the sound and play.

Then restart.

Cheers.

 

SEE attached file

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Change the default startup sound in Windows

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Click start, then go to control panel. Click sound and audio, then click the devices tab. Click the sound you want to change, then click browse to select the sound you want for your startup. You should have a saved sound file in your computer for the process. Click play to check the sound if it works. Save the name by using save as and change the file name. You should select your sound scheme and apply. Restart your computer and you will have a different startup sound. 

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