You change the ring tones on any phone by using the settings button on the phone. The 7910 only has Chirp 1 and Chirp 2. The 7940/7960 phones have a whole range of ring tones that can be assigned on an individual basis.
I had the same problem, where the IP Phones (7960) only listed 2 available ring tones, but once you make the change from the recommendation above, you get a much larger selection, and possibly the custom ring tone you setup.
The first thing is I never change the ringlist.dat file - mine is still the orginal file, so when I add rings, I just add them to the ringlist.xml file and put the .raw file in that directory.
Things to note - the ringlist.xml is very particular on spelling and format - make sure the entry you have added is identical to the originals. The second thing is make sure you have not added in too many rings I don't usually add anymore than 48 in, otherwise the system doesn't like it. (I think the max is 50, but can't remember exactly, 48 always works fine for me)
Once you have updated the ringlist.xml file, I have found in ver 3.2 that you have to bounce the TFTP service to get the rings to go out to the phones. Until you do, the phones have the current information loaded and will not refresh - sometimes even with a phone reboot, they keep the old information.
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