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One reference I've found suggests that since I use the Award bios version, the cause is a memory or video issue. SHARE Tweet Additional Info Recent Posts How do I fix a broken WordPress plugin? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... How many user accounts do you have in your system ? check over here

May 2, 2008 Ben Thanks for the sanity !!! Nature, Da Vinci, Space, etc)-which is how I wanted it in the first place. June 11, 2008 Oleh Author. How to Use and Configure Windows 10’s Gestures on a Laptop Touchpad All the Features That Require a Microsoft Account in Windows 10 How to See What Web Sites Your Computer

Go to the c:\Windows\Media or search for Media to find the Directory that your version of windows uses. June 4, 2008 Terry Nobbe I've made all the system, device manager and registry changes suggested, the beeping persists. To disable them is a bit unintuitive: You need to also click on the pop-up menu, but this time you're interested in the top option: Select (None), click on "Apply" share|improve

Right-click "Beep" again. 9. Get the answer PyreeJun 16, 2011, 2:20 AM go start>right click computer>manageservice and application>service>right click window audio service and set to automaticalso click start to start it nowAlso in window 7 Reply jani129 says: October 8, 2011 at 6:57 am I’m using win 7 home prm 32 bit. Reply Seth says: June 11, 2006 at 11:42 pm Hold F2 while the computers booting and you’ll enter BIOS mode.

January 28, 2010 Manny THANK YOU FOR THIS, WHAT A SANITY SAVER!!! thx August 31, 2010 Palou Thanks you it works !! Whenever I touch the mute button or the volume control (whether I'm in a game, at the desktop, in email, etc.), Microsoft Excel is launched. Please help!

An old lady trying to learn more about my computer. On my Fujitsu laptop Volume Control has an option to adjust the level or mute the PC beep. Stupid beeps driving me nuts, you have saved my sanity :-) February 7, 2009 Minn Thank you very much for the useful info~! Go to Start --> Settings --> Control Panels then selecting the Control Panel "Sounds and Audio Devices".

Useful SearchesRecent Posts Log in Sign up Windows Forum Windows 7 Forums > Windows 7 Help and Support > Dismiss Notice Welcome to Windows Forums. May 30, 2009 J. March 27, 2009 Sheri Blanks Blah…..i got the same problem… April 14, 2009 Sophia Hi I would like to say.. Hope this helps.

To disable them is a bit unintuitive: You need to also click on the pop-up menu, but this time you’re interested in the top option: Select (None) , click on “Apply” check my blog I don't know of anyplace in properties or setup where there is an option to mute on start up, so I don't know of any way to fix it but to Any suggestions on how to correct this? ... In my case, it was Skype, which opens automatically when Windows starts.

The tech info about my desktop is in my signature. I have already tried a couple different sound driver versions. only maxed or muted, nothing changes in between. this content it plays random music on the startup and keeps on continuing till i turn the sound off!

Thank you!!! Perhaps the author can do it and share the results. What I am trying to do is have it so the volume is on mute all the time, but when I plug in my headphones it un-mutes.

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Or also, isn't there a file that gets edited when the mute option is checked on or off, does anyone know where this is? March 9, 2011 Jo Thank you from me and my very happy colleague who had the problem! Stay logged inLog in with FacebookLog in with TwitterLog in with Google Menu Forums ForumsQuick LinksSearch ForumsHistoryRecent PostsLive StreamUnanswered Threads Media MediaQuick LinksSearch MediaNew Media Resources ResourcesQuick LinksSearch ResourcesMost Active AuthorsLatest I have got this bug before, long time ago.

Thx again. To change them, click on the pop-up menu that currently says “Windows XP Startup” on my screenshot above. Reply Lucia Dodge says: June 1, 2008 at 6:50 pm I did exactly as you said to try to disable the startup sound on Windows XP… it didn’t work for me. http://jscience.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-reboots-on-startup.html On closer look, there has to be a selected scheme.

Reply raman says: May 15, 2009 at 3:19 am how to change my window logon name and start name Reply Lorene Kraft says: May 5, 2009 at 7:21 am on my Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. no more annoying beeps from a window asking me if I want to keep the changes for 6 billionth time. Really appreciated October 1, 2011 Susa Thank you SO MUCH!

Reply david says: August 26, 2011 at 8:44 am Thanks for making the unintuitive intuitive. At this point I think stdrt.exe was only affecting my sound but I will admit that I have just came to the conclusion that I am experiencing two other issues, one I had previously removed *all* sounds from "Sounds and Audio Devices Properties", but the beep had persisted until I found and used your "Show hidden devices" trick. The program is compatible with many Microsoft operating systems including Windows 7 and Windows Vista.

With headphones in it was a health hazard! I prefer to use earphones which helps drown out ambient noise but when I adjust volume, that beep just about blows my eardrums out. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Similar Threads - Computer Sound Stuck Forum Date No Sound on my computer Computer Help Dec 11, 2016 Computer not booting, only beep sound of boot.

Another lousy "feature" of M$ sorted. thank you. Do you have the latest audio driver compatible with Windows 7 ? #2 cybercore, Apr 30, 2010 EuraStar New MemberJoined:Apr 29, 2010Messages:4Likes Received:0 Yeah, I know the volume should stay where September 27, 2010 eduard O.M.G.

its awesome, really wanted to get rid of this and couldnt find the solution. Is there a time limit on how long the startup sound has to be?

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