Shah9il 0 points N/APosted on - 08/13/2011
Whenever I turn on my windows operated computer, the beep of the motherboard irritates my ears. I am fed up of that in built beep sound of my motherboard. Now I want to turn the sound off. How can I turn off the beep of my motherboard? Please tell me.
To disable the system beep, open your Device Manager and then select View and then click on Show Hidden Devices. Search for Non-Plug and Play Drivers from the list and expand it. Right-click on the Beep and click Disable.
When it asked you to reboot, choose No and right-click on the Beep option again. Click Properties and go to the Driver tab. Set the Startup Type to Disabled and click Stop on the Current Status.
You can also disable it through the Registry. Launch the registry.exe and then go to the following key:
Search the Beep key on the right pane and change its value to No.
When your computer boots the CPU always makes one beep by default. This is standard with all motherboard and computer manufacturers. Under Windows, there is a way to disable the beep but I’m not just sure if it’ll work or for how long will it work and if the system will not change it back. Anyway, to disable the beep, it can be done in the Device Manager.
If you’re on Windows 7, click “Start” then right-click “Computer” and select “Manage”. In “Computer Management” window, select “Device Manager” on the left pane. Next, go to “View” then select “Show hidden devices”. On the right, expand “Non-Plug and Play Drivers”. Scroll down and look for “Beep”. Double-click it to open the properties. In the “Properties” dialog, go to “Driver” tab then change “Type” to “Disabled”.
Click “OK” then restart the computer. See if it works. If this doesn’t work, see if there is an option to disable the beep in the BIOS.