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IE/Windows Sound Issue-File/Sound item repair?

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Old 12-01-2009
Dan R
 

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IE/Windows Sound Issue-File/Sound item repair?
This is a follow up to my previous post but a different question, looking for
a different response. I have tested mostly all windows sounds using the
sound tab in the device manager (where you can change sounds for events in
windows). All of the windows sounds I tested work EXCEPT for the sound
"windows navigation" which explains why I do not hear the "click" sound."
(When I click the test button to test the sound, no sound is produced). Is
there a way to repair/reinstall this sound file in any way? I am using
Windows 7 upgraded from Windows Vista 64 bit.

Thanks for any help.
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Old 12-01-2009
Leonard Grey
 

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Re: IE/Windows Sound Issue-File/Sound item repair?
You can extract it from either of your Windows Vista CD or Windows 7 CD.
(That's safer than downloading a copy from the web.)

Why I'm smiling as I write this: There are other people who write in
asking how to get rid of that sound; they would be happy to be in your
position. See...different strokes for different folks. ;-)
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Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Dan R wrote:
> This is a follow up to my previous post but a different question, looking for
> a different response. I have tested mostly all windows sounds using the
> sound tab in the device manager (where you can change sounds for events in
> windows). All of the windows sounds I tested work EXCEPT for the sound
> "windows navigation" which explains why I do not hear the "click" sound."
> (When I click the test button to test the sound, no sound is produced). Is
> there a way to repair/reinstall this sound file in any way? I am using
> Windows 7 upgraded from Windows Vista 64 bit.
>
> Thanks for any help.

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Old 12-01-2009
Dan R
 

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Re: IE/Windows Sound Issue-File/Sound item repair?
Thanks. Can you tell me the easiest way to go about doing this via the CD's?
Can I get it from the "Win 7" upgrade disc?

"Leonard Grey" wrote:

> You can extract it from either of your Windows Vista CD or Windows 7 CD.
> (That's safer than downloading a copy from the web.)
>
> Why I'm smiling as I write this: There are other people who write in
> asking how to get rid of that sound; they would be happy to be in your
> position. See...different strokes for different folks. ;-)
> ---
> Leonard Grey
> Errare humanum est
>
> Dan R wrote:
> > This is a follow up to my previous post but a different question, looking for
> > a different response. I have tested mostly all windows sounds using the
> > sound tab in the device manager (where you can change sounds for events in
> > windows). All of the windows sounds I tested work EXCEPT for the sound
> > "windows navigation" which explains why I do not hear the "click" sound."
> > (When I click the test button to test the sound, no sound is produced). Is
> > there a way to repair/reinstall this sound file in any way? I am using
> > Windows 7 upgraded from Windows Vista 64 bit.
> >
> > Thanks for any help.

> .
>

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Old 12-01-2009
Leonard Grey
 

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Re: IE/Windows Sound Issue-File/Sound item repair?
There's an old expression around these here parts: "Google is your
friend." Try using this as your search term:

how to extract a file from a windows cd

Here's one of the hits I got:

"How to extract a system file from the Windows XP CD-ROM?"
http://www.winxptutor.com/expand.htm

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Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Dan R wrote:
> Thanks. Can you tell me the easiest way to go about doing this via the CD's?
> Can I get it from the "Win 7" upgrade disc?
>
> "Leonard Grey" wrote:
>
>> You can extract it from either of your Windows Vista CD or Windows 7 CD.
>> (That's safer than downloading a copy from the web.)
>>
>> Why I'm smiling as I write this: There are other people who write in
>> asking how to get rid of that sound; they would be happy to be in your
>> position. See...different strokes for different folks. ;-)
>> ---
>> Leonard Grey
>> Errare humanum est
>>
>> Dan R wrote:
>>> This is a follow up to my previous post but a different question, looking for
>>> a different response. I have tested mostly all windows sounds using the
>>> sound tab in the device manager (where you can change sounds for events in
>>> windows). All of the windows sounds I tested work EXCEPT for the sound
>>> "windows navigation" which explains why I do not hear the "click" sound."
>>> (When I click the test button to test the sound, no sound is produced). Is
>>> there a way to repair/reinstall this sound file in any way? I am using
>>> Windows 7 upgraded from Windows Vista 64 bit.
>>>
>>> Thanks for any help.

>> .
>>

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Old 12-01-2009
PA Bear [MS MVP]
 

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Re: IE/Windows Sound Issue-File/Sound item repair?
Dan R wrote:
> This is a follow up to my previous post but a different question, looking
> for a different response. I have tested mostly all windows sounds using
> the
> sound tab in the device manager (where you can change sounds for events in
> windows). All of the windows sounds I tested work EXCEPT for the sound
> "windows navigation" which explains why I do not hear the "click" sound."
> (When I click the test button to test the sound, no sound is produced).
> Is
> there a way to repair/reinstall this sound file in any way? I am using
> Windows 7 upgraded from Windows Vista 64 bit.


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