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everytime i try to tab a filename or something in aterm, and when it doesn't exist, i hear this annoying sound from my PC speaker. Please, tell me how i turn it off beside pulling out a cable in the computer.
Well, I had to help him to remove the cable from the motherboard but if anyone could tell me how to disable the speaker without touching the hardware I would be grateful. I really hate it when pc-speakers get on my nervs. :P
well, i unplugged the pc speaker cable, so the problem is kind of solved but the light that indicates that the computer is working is now off by some strange reason, but whata heck, i can live with that
Originally posted by IBall But why mess with the bios, when there is a software setting that enables it to be disabled.
This way, if it is necessary for the computer to beep during startup it still can.