March 20th, 2007, 06:08 PM #1
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Wanting to play a wav file from Windows CMD
I want to be able to play a sound file from a batch file within Windows Vista. Using wmplayer.exe I can not get the player to be invisible or even close after playing. All I want to do is call upon a batch file that will then play a sound in Windows without any disruption to the user.
Anybody know of a native way to pull this off in XP or Vista?
March 20th, 2007, 06:53 PM #2
That's a tough one because I don't know any DOS commands that can close a window. Also, I'm pretty sure wmplayer does not have an invisible mode. The only advice I have is to search for a program that can be invisible natively (or maybe just minimized) and then execute that from the command line.Abit AW9D-Max | E6300 | XP-120 | Panaflow 120mm | 2x 1GB G.Skill DDR2-800 | BFG 8800GT | Corsair 650w
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