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Guest BROWNer

mac question for mac usersz

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Guest BROWNer

i want to customize my start up noise..you know the one..that

ambient wash sound when you restart or whatever...

i know how to add a start up sound in start up items, but that's

not it...

the start up sound has to go...

 

mamerro? kilo? seeking? j?

 

hollerphonicsz.

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control panel > sound or startup

 

And a good prank to play.... copy a fullscreen quicktime in loop mode into the 'startup items folder'.

 

either use a standard dirty movie, or take a screen shot and aminate a fake crash!

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Guest WebsterUno
Originally posted by BROWNer

mamerro? kilo? seeking? j?.

 

even though my name aint

on that list...Ill tell you.

 

 

NO!

 

cant change it, cant lower it.

 

 

Maczilla! raar

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Guest BROWNer

thanks webster..you're serious? it can't be changed?

i had a feeling....but....that's lame as hell.

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Guest BROWNer

zesto..are we talkin' about the same thing here?

i know how to change/add/delete alerts, put things/take out

things of the start up/shutdown items...

i'm talking about changing the one sound that goes off immediately

after you turn your computer on or restart it...that ambient whoosh that all

macs have..............yes? no?

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Guest WebsterUno

*believe*

 

yeah, I know what youre talking about, that

 

BUUUUUUUNG!!!!

 

sound when you hit the restart button.

Yeah, you can lower your volume, and that

will make it lower, but you cant change it.

 

I do have a cool alert sound though.

 

I have a godzilla "roar"

and I have a scooby doo "gulp!"

 

haha

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oh... I dont think so.

that sound (just like with windows) is programed to play before you're even into the operating system.

I know Dell and Intel have 'signature' sounds and Mac probably does too.

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Guest BROWNer

haha, jeepers...

thanks..too bad...i'm not a fan of that sound anymore.

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