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swimonk

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I keep hearing a beeping sound when I click on certain things. For example, when I hit the delete key to delete a song in iTunes, or if there is a dialogue box open and I try to click the window behind it, there is a beep. But its not coming from the speakers and it still happens if I turn them off. It is coming from the computer itself. Is there any way that I can turn this off? I had to run a system recovery this morning so everything should be in working order. Thanks!
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Hi swimonk...

What you are hearing are the default Windows system sounds. These can be disabled. Open Control Panel and double click on the "Sounds and Audio Devices" icon. In the properties window that opens, click on the "Sounds" tab. From the "Sound Scheme" drop-down menu, choose "No Sounds" and apply the change.

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that didn't seem to work. any other ideas?
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by the way I have XP...I don't know if that matters or not, but I just thought I'd tell you

Edited by swimonk, 09 May 2007 - 12:34 PM.

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