How to change into music ?

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I really am tired of that damn intro music i mean seriously it gets old after a while (years) anyone had any sucsessful tries with steam and changing the music ?

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    Well yes actually you can. Search around the in GCF and you will find a downed_into.mp3 - it is the sound that plays. Copy the directory structure into your CZ folder and place an MP3 of your choice in the newly created folder, naming it as downed_intro.mp3.
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    Ok, when i try that it still played the same dang song. I also checked to see if it dint save or move and it did it was the song i wanted?
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