Microsoft KB Archive/105239
Sound Recorder May Be Inoperable if Speed Increased Too High
The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Windows NT Server version 3.1
- Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 3.1
- Microsoft Windows NT Advanced Server, version 3.1
The Windows NT Sound Recorder may become inoperable if you increase a wave file's (.WAV) speed too high by continuously selecting Increase Speed (by 100%) from the Effects menu, even after the values for position and length are set to 0.00 seconds. Once the speed is too high, all the buttons, such as Play and Stop, will be unavailable (dimmed) and Sound Recorder is inoperable.
To restore the Sound Recorder, quit and restart it. It is also possible to choose the Record button; however, the original wave file will still have to be reloaded.
NOTE: This problem also occurs in Windows 3.1 and Windows for Workgroups.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in Windows NT version 3.1 and Windows NT Advanced Server version 3.1. We are researching this problem and will post new information here in the Microsoft Knowledge Base as it becomes available.
Additional query words: wfw wfwg prodnt audio grayed out
Keywords : kbtool
Issue type :
Technology : kbWinNTsearch kbWinNTWsearch kbWinNTW310 kbWinNTSsearch kbWinNTS310 kbWinNTAdvSerSearch kbWinNTAdvServ310 kbWinNTS310xsearch kbWinNT310xSearch kbWinNTW310Search
Last Reviewed: October 27, 2000