To disable System Beep in Windows 10/8/7 is a really simple task, so those users suffering the System Beep issues, now no need to tense anymore. The problem actually occurs, when the computers didn’t come with speakers, then that time, System Beeps were a useful method to warn us when there were any system errors or hardware errors, or difficulties and were rather helpful in troubleshooting issues. But nowadays, there is no real essential for these beeps, nonetheless, they continue to be included in every Windows release. While they may be of use to some, many users feel irritated and think about how they disable it. Here, the blog will tell users the best methods to disable system beeps in Windows 10/8/7, via Control Panel, Regedit, Device Manager and CMD. Furthermore, the users can also call at Windows technical support number to connect with technical support professionals in order to get the complete guide to it.
Methods to Fix Disable System Beep in Windows 10/8/7:-
Method 1:- Disable System Beep via Control Panel
- In Windows 10/8, right-click in the bottom left corner to open the “WinX” menu.
- Then select “Control Panel” to open it.
- Next, hit on “Hardware and Sound”.
- Then click on “Change system sounds” underneath “Sound” section.
- Next, underneath “Sound” tab, browse to and chose “Default Beep”.
- Now towards the bottom of the Sound properties windows, you will see a drop-down menu for Sounds.
- The choose “None” and click on “Apply/OK” button. This will disable the default system beep.
Note: – users can follow the same procedure in Windows 7 too.
Method 2: – Disable System Beep via Registry Editor
- First, you need to open Registry Editor and navigate to the following key:
- In the right pane, you will see “Edit String” section, where you will look “Value Name Beep” heading. Then double-click on it and change its “Value Data” to no.
Method 3:- Disable System Beep Using Command Prompt
You can also disable system beep using an elevated command prompt.
To do so, follow these steps:-
- First, open CMD and type the following command and hit “Enter” key.
net stop beep
- After then type the second following command and hit “Enter” key.
sc config beep start= disabled
This will disable the beep. If you wish to only disable it temporarily till the next reboot, then type the second command only.
Method 4:- Disable Beep in Windows via Device Manager
You can also use the Device Manager to disable the beep.
To do so, follow these steps:-
- First, click on “Start” button on your “Computer”.
- Then right-click on “Computer” and then choose the “Manage” option.
- Then, in the left pane of the “Computer Management window”, hit on “System Tools” to expand it and choose “Device Manager”.
- Also, from the menu bar, choose “View” option and then choose the “Show Hidden Devices” option.
- Next, in the right pane, locate the “Non-plug and Play Drivers” group. Please note that the group will be visible only after you enable the “Show hidden devices” option.
- Then, once you find it, click on the group and search for the item “Beep”. Then, click the item to open the “Beep Properties” window. Under it, select the ‘Drivers’ tab and choose the “Disabled” option from the “System” type drop-down menu.
- Now, the system beep in your Windows PC will now be disabled.
In this way, you can easily solve the system beep issue on your windows computer system.
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In case, if you need any additional assistance for the above methods, so then you should contact with the customer service team at Windows customer service number.
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