How do I stop my Vista Laptop from beeping?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Talk' started by David Deley, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. David Deley

    David Deley Guest

    I have a new Vista Laptop (HP Pavilian dv9410us). I have all sounds
    switched off under Control Panel -> Sound -> Sounds(tab) -> Sound Scheme
    set to "No Sound", and I checked the list below to make sure there were
    no sounds assigned.

    I also have Volume in the system tray set to Mute.

    But still, the computer sometimes Beeps when I make a selection in
    certain programs, disturbing those around me.

    How do I make this computer shut up and not make any sounds? How do I
    switch off the Beep?
    David Deley, Oct 11, 2007
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  2. David Deley

    Clark... Guest

    when referring to the beep, could it be the internal speaker on the
    motherboard or are you talking about a beep coming from your main speakers?
    'cause if it's muted you should not have anything coming from the main

    Clark..., Oct 11, 2007
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  3. David Deley

    Don Leonard Guest

  4. David Deley

    David Deley Guest

    It's coming from the motherboard. There are no external speakers
    attached. I think there are speakers built into the laptop, but this
    sounds like the beep of a motherboard telling you how happy it is to be
    David Deley, Oct 12, 2007
  5. David Deley

    David Deley Guest

    I think I found a solution:

    Disable the System Beep

    1. Open device manager

    2. Click View >Show hidden Devices.

    3. Expand "Non Plug and Play Devices"

    4. Double click "Beep"

    5. On the Driver Tab set the "startup" type to "Disabled" or choose STOP

    6. Reboot.
    David Deley, Oct 12, 2007
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