Monday, March 23, 2009

Hidden Music In XP x32??

Microsoft Windows might be very good at errors and hang ups but one thing is for sure.. Their choice of music isn't all that bad.. Wondering what i am talking about, well MS Windows XP has an amazing enigmatic track hidden within XP.. which doesn't actually come into use during any of the sessions in XP.. To access and listen to the track just follow the steps..
1> Click on the " Start" menu and then click on "Run"..
2> In the textbox provided in the "Run" windows type "System32" without quotes ofcourse..
3> Look for a folder named " oobe " and open it.. Within this folder look for another folder named "images "..
4> Within the " images " folder look for a audio file with the name " title " and play it using your audio player..
Check it out and comment on it..

Special thanks to Abhilash for letting us know that this trick works only on Windows XP x32 versions..


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Abhilash March 25, 2009 at 1:04 AM  

I tried this in WinXP x64. But cant find a file titled "title". Only i saw, image files. Is that a "hidden trick" from your side.

black.marque March 25, 2009 at 9:27 AM  

Hey Abhilash..
Thanx for your comment on this post..
I am using windows XP x32.. and the file is right here.. i dont think this post is applicable to Windows XP x64 systems, as i dont have access to any other syste,m other than mine, i cant give you a precise answer to you query.. but i will put the file for download within the same post if you would like to listen to it..

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