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Windows 7: Help me make a *sticky* sound profile

06 Nov 2009   #1

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Help me make a *sticky* sound profile

I'm one of those who just doesn't care for nearly any system sound, no matter how engineered or cool-sounding, and I really hate it that every time I change my desktop, my sound profile is changed back to a Microsoft default. I have my personal, minimalistic, profile saved, so I can pick it fairly easily, but having to take the extra step each time is a real step backwards for me functionally.

Are there any registry edits I could do make my own sound profile sticky?


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06 Nov 2009   #2

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)

Hi, how did you create a sound profile on Windows 7?
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