How to stop a Windows computer beeping?

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I always found quite annoying the Windows beep that wakes up the entire office when on a difficult Monday morning I struggle to enter my password. Mighty embarrassing!

Why can't Windows just say: "Sorry dear, you had too many beers yesterday, you mistyped your password again, let me help you ..." In 100 years maybe!

The solution to that embarrassing affliction is relatively easy even for a non computer savvy (but follow the steps carefully).

The beeper is a prehistoric feature of Windows which appears under the device manager. To remove it follow these steps:

* go on my computer and select "view system information",
* in the hardware tab select "device manager",
* then in device manager go in view and select "show hidden devices",
* go under "non plug and play drivers",
* finally you can see an entry called "Beep" device.

That is it. You can now select the beast, disable and also de-install it if you wish. Nasty think it is!

This post was written and tested on Windows XP Home.

Need more help? See my video demonstrating the steps: How to stop a Windows computer beeping (Video)?

How to stop a Windows computer beeping?

I realize that the console beeps and stops on the off chance that you squeeze at least 3 keys at Write My Essay, in any event mine does. Furthermore, its exceptionally baffling when i'm playing Pokemon and i continue squeezing the bolts quick and it continues beeping. I comprehend why this component might be valuable yet i need to know whether its conceivable to deactivate it.

Submitted by Katyciara (not verified) on Sat, 17/12/2016 - 5:51am.
How to stop a Windows computer beeping?

I realize that the console beeps and stops on the off chance that you squeeze at least 3 keys at once Write My Essay, in any event mine does. Furthermore, its exceptionally baffling when i'm playing Pokemon and i continue squeezing the bolts quick and it continues beeping. I comprehend why this component might be valuable yet i need to know whether its conceivable to deactivate it.

Submitted by Katyciara (not verified) on Sat, 17/12/2016 - 5:48am.
This is not only the problem

This is not only the problem of your computer maximum people face this problem. The best idea is to open you CPU and on the motherboard they will be wires plugged on it which comes from Cabinet box, or can check essay writers articles for more tips on how to do it. See those wires carefully you will find red and black wire twisted and on the plug you can see word speaker written on it just you unplug that wire and close the Cabinet box. Now happily you can do your work without any sound disturbance.

Submitted by justin (not verified) on Fri, 05/08/2016 - 11:20am.

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