Enable or Disable Sound in the VBA Emulator

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    The first thing that we need to do is open up the emulator itself
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    In this case, the emulator is on the desktop.
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    Double-click the emulator
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    Then, we click "Options"
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    We need to move the cursor to "Sound"
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    You will have three options: "Off," "Mute", or "On". The difference between "Mute" and "Off" is that if you choose "Mute", the emulator will simply mute the sound. The sound will be processed virtually, which means that the emulator will require some extra power from your computer. If you click "off", you will be able to get better performance with the games. If you click "On", then the game will have sound. Choose the sound option according to your preference, and then you're free to play games.
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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