Rene Th.Mens Absent Member.
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Audible notification needed in OVO java client version A.07.00

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I need a windows application to run an audible alarm when a critical alert is received.
At this moment I use the following command in preferences => events:
d:\windows\System32\sndrec32.exe -play D:\WINDOWS\Media\ALERT.WAV
Unfortunately, when we receive 50 critical alert at once the screen is over flooded with sndrec32- applications. Is a better solution available or do you know a better windows application to run this wav-file?
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Alan Deger Absent Member.
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Re: Audible notification needed in OVO java client version A.07.00

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I think what you really want to do is use a command line wav player (such as the freeware WAV.EXE by Dave? Navarro). Start up this utility with the shell "CMD /C WAV my.wav" or some such. This should do what you need?

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Alan Deger Absent Member.
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Re: Audible notification needed in OVO java client version A.07.00

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I think what you really want to do is use a command line wav player (such as the freeware WAV.EXE by Dave? Navarro). Start up this utility with the shell "CMD /C WAV my.wav" or some such. This should do what you need?

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Rene Th.Mens Absent Member.
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Re: Audible notification needed in OVO java client version A.07.00

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Thanks Alan,
Nice tool. I had tried some other players but some didn't work for my audio card, some didn't work from command line.
This one is perfect for the job.
//cheers.
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