Posted 14 August 2004 - 10:41 AM
Ok heres the answer you must be using 3.1.2 the newest version. It works better than the old one anyways im told. Heres what you do to disable the sound so maybe do the steps and click enable? It came from my help files:
However, just because no sound events are registered by default, that doesn't mean CleanUp! does not support sound events. In fact it actually supports two different sound events - one for when CleanUp! starts cleaning and another for when CleanUp! finishes cleaning. To enable these however, you will need to register the events yourself, then customize them through the Control Panel. The following describes the steps for doing this:
1. From the Start menu, select run and type in regedit and press Enter.
2. Find the EventLabels key in the registry. In Windows 2000, it is under:
3. Right click on the EventLabels key, and select New, Key. Name the new key, "CleanUp! Start" (without the quotes). [Be sure there are no leading or trailing spaces, and just one space between "CleanUp!" and "Start".]
4. Change the default entry (on the RHS) under this registry entry to "Start CleanUp!" (again, without the quotes).
5. Find AppEvents\Schemes\Apps\.Default entry. In Windows 2000, it is under:
6. Right click on the .Default key, and select New, Key. Name the new key, "CleanUp! Start" (same as in step 3).
7. In the Control Panel, open the Sounds dialog. Find the "Start CleanUp!" sound event, and associate with it whatever sound you'd like.
As a bonus, you can also specify a "CleanUp! Complete" sound in the same way - this gets played when CleanUp! is finished.
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