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Microsoft KB Archive/105924

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Determining Version of Windows Sound System 1.0x Software

Article ID: 105924

Article Last Modified on 10/12/2003



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Windows Sound System 1.0
  • Microsoft Windows Sound System 1.0a



This article was previously published under Q105924

SUMMARY

There are three ways to determine which version of the Windows Sound System software you are running:

  1. Start Windows and open the Windows Sound System group. If you have a Games Configuration icon, you are using version 1.0a of Windows Sound System software. -or-

  2. Start Windows and open the Windows Sound System group.

    1. Start Quick Recorder.
    2. From the Help menu, choose About. The dialog box will report either version 1.0 or 1.0a.
    3. Start Volume Control, Recording Control, or Sound Finder.
    4. From the System menu on the top-left corner, choose About. The dialog box will report either version 1.0 or 1.0a

    -or-

  3. Compare the file and file sizes (the following file details are for 1.0a).

    1. Check the Windows Sound System Setup Disk 1 for the file:

               GAMECNFG EX_     11796 02-17-93   1:00a
                                      
    2. Check the C:\SNDSYS directory for the file:

               GAMECNFG.EXE     23049 02-17-93   1:00:10am
                                      



Additional query words: 1.00 1.00a 1

Keywords: KB105924