Special hidden song,

  wolfie3000 10:40 04 Dec 06

There is a hidden song on windows XP if you know where to look.

Go to C:\WINDOWS\system32\oobe\images

And look for a music track called Title,

Quite a good song, very ambient.

  De Marcus™ 10:52 04 Dec 06

Its the welcome music used when finishing up a fresh xp installation.

  Z1100 11:12 04 Dec 06


  wolfie3000 11:37 04 Dec 06

Yeah a mate is over my place showing me all the cool hidden stuff on XP,

Try this

Create a new folder on your desktop and try to rename it CON i bet you cant lol

First one with a screenshot to prove it wins :)

  De Marcus™ 12:00 04 Dec 06

click here

What do I win? ;-)

  wolfie3000 12:02 04 Dec 06

lol Well done im impressed,
My mate looks a little embaressed now

He says you must have done a registry hack.

  De Marcus™ 12:03 04 Dec 06

No a photoshop hack :-)

  wolfie3000 12:06 04 Dec 06

lol ok then it still stands,
Who can do it?

Without photoshopping it.

  wolfie3000 12:32 04 Dec 06

For more fun open windows 3d pinball

Start a new game then type in HIDDEN TEST
now move your mouse pointer onto the table and press and hold down the left mouse button and wiggle the mouse,

You can now move the ball where you want.

Also start a new game and type in BMAX
and release the ball,
Now sit back and enjoy as you will never lose your ball, leave it to play for a couple of hours and see your score :)

  Colin 12:40 04 Dec 06

This music has always reminded me of the intro to "A Thousand Words" by Savage Garden.

  wolfie3000 13:13 04 Dec 06

Using command prompt,

Thats cheating lol,

Well done on finding a way though.

Have a cookie. ;)

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