Windows® XP Sound Scheme
Windows® XP sound scheme provides a set of sounds and events that are associated with programs in Windows® XP. It alerts with you various sounds when starting or stopping various applications. Sound also notifies you with certain important tasks. There are some sound schemes available with the Windows® by default .The default sound scheme is mainly used when a new user logs on to Windows® with a new profile. The users also have the option of assigning various sounds to various events depending upon the option available. These sound schemes will be of great benefit to those users who rely on sounds to get some vital information from their systems.
The following are some of the guidelines to use the sound scheme in Windows® XP:
- Update sound drivers
- Use sound troubleshooter
- Try different audio device
Update sound drivers
It is always recommended to keep the sound drivers updated. Sound drivers which are out of date cause serious issues to your system. Updating is required in order to acquire the latest sound schemes. Latest patches will keep the sound driver hardware perform well.
Use sound troubleshooter
In case you experience any sort of problem with your sound scheme, you can use the Windows® sound trouble shooter. This can resolve most of the sound issues in your system. The users can select the right type of sound depending upon the users taste and choice. Sometimes you might not hear any sound while launching an event or program, then you can use the troubleshooting to solve this problem. It is always the safest method of resolving any type of issue related with your computer.
If you are experiencing any problem with your sound scheme, try using different audio device. The users can also make sure whether the problem is due to the hardware or software. Using different sound device will enable the user to correctly identify the nature of the problem. Sometimes the sound track might be seen as playing but will be unable to hear. This might happen due to the audio driver problem.