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Hi All

I know it is possible to use the internal system speaker to generate sound.

EG

System.Console.Beep(500, 500)
'Beep(FREQUENCY,DURATION)

However i was wondering if anyone knows if it is possible and how to go about using said system speaker to speak - MESSAGE YOU ARE NOT AUTHORISED - for example

I am creating an app that allows admin access via a usb key (this is working fine) and i want their system to sound an alarm with a warning message should they try to force thier way into the admin section without the admin usb key.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Thanks Lolafuertes

but i kind of hoped to be able to use some clever code - to be able to say something like

system.concole.speech.speak("YOU ARE NOT AUTHORISED")

i have been able to get the system to talk through a vba macro in excel before but that also used the main speaker rather than the internal system speaker.

Thanks anyway.
Also thanks for your help on my other thread - you code idea was very useful.. and guided me nicely to my final solution.

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The internal system speaker can't really do that. You are pretty much limited to beeping from it. Any type of pitch modulation/etc that you can't do in .NET would probably have to be done via some C or Assembly language module, if you can even access that in Window.s

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