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Hey!

Has anybody found a way to control the sound volume in the WIn 95 version? It says "Use the Windows 95 Sound Control Panel" or something, but maybe there is a file that can be altered?

Thanks in advance!
This question / problem has been solved by Toshiba-3image
In recent windows versions, it's possible to lower the sound for a running application in particular (via the sound volume) and it should keep the setting for the next time you run the game.
Else, you can try and edit SOUND.TXT located in DATA\SOUND. there are entries for Min/MaxVolume for each sound used by the game. Tedious task, but I suppose you can then manually lower sounds to your liking.
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Toshiba-3: In recent windows versions, it's possible to lower the sound for a running application in particular (via the sound volume) and it should keep the setting for the next time you run the game.
Else, you can try and edit SOUND.TXT located in DATA\SOUND. there are entries for Min/MaxVolume for each sound used by the game. Tedious task, but I suppose you can then manually lower sounds to your liking.
Tedious indeed, but doable. Thanks.