File associations in Win98
I'm sure someone else has had this problem, and I remember seeing it mentioned somewhere before...
When I installed Quicktime 3, it assumed responsibility for playing my WAV files also. How do I change things so that Sound Recorder or Soundo'LE (similar to sndrec, came with my SBLive Value) will come up when I click on my WAV files from Explorer?
You need to open Explorer, pick view, then folder options in the menu. On the box that opens up pick file types and then scroll down to the wav file entry and double click on it. Click on play then click on the edit box. You will see the app. that is now used to play the wav files it should be followed by something similar to-
This is the command that actually starts the wav file playing when you click on it. Use the browse button to find the application you want to use to play the wav file now, and when you have done that you can go back and add the command to start it. It should be covered in the documentation for your soundcard software. It will probably be a /p if it's not the /play. Make sure you include the "%L" after the /p or /play, that tells it to use the wav file you have just selected.
shift & rt click on the file.
select ' open with '
Thanks guys, both methods worked, but I didn't need the "/play" thing for some reason...Soundo'LE pops up, plays the wav and disappears. Krusty's method is easier though...
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