Still trying to reactivate a few Sounds in Windows 10!


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Hi Folks,
Alright, I know it may be ridiculous to some folks, but I do enjoy the Windows logon/logoff sounds for my Desktop....
I've done the Registry changes and the Penalization/Sounds now show both sounds' choices in the list again. I tried both while still in the Sounds area and they both worked.
However, after a restart only the only the Startup sound performed. BTW, yes the Logon/Logoff .wav's are the ones I've used with all of the previous Windows versions with no troubles whatsoever.
Any new ideas??
Many thanks in advance..... Mark
 
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Did you try going into Control Panel (R click the window in the lower left corner). Then L click Control Panel.
Then L click sound, then L click the sounds tab on the top.
Maybe (I don't really know) in there you'll find something that will help you out.
 
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Hi URX111
Yup, I already modified the Default Sounds list through the Sounds lists. But first I had to restore the Logon/Logout listings in the "Windows" section of the list through the Registry. Seems MS wanted to play with the longtime traditional list for Windows 10.
I suppose it's also possible that they also have changed something in what I'm running (Windows 10 Pro) which is hidden somewhere and not allowing me to restore the Logon/Logoff sounds???
 
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Since I've upgraded to Win 10 Pro last summer I think my startup/shut down sounds have only worked about 4 or 5 times. I can select them in Windows Sounds and they work fine. But for some reason they only work on shut down/start up when they feel like it. Everything else in Win 10 works fine. I just figure it's another MS glitch.
 
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Hi mechien : I'm sorry I couldn't help you. Man, that softwareok.com stuff looks tedious.
 
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