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Old 02-26-2004, 07:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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speakers from audio jack? or speakers from the inside tower?

my sister had a problem with her old amd athlon 800 mhz computer before similar to your problem i guess, it wouldnt stop beeping altho there was nothing wrong with it, in the end all they did was rip out the speaker that was in_ the tower, and everything was solved heh =p
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Old 02-27-2004, 07:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It sounds like the beeping is an alarm, either due to a overheating CPU or a CPU fan that has stoppped or is spinning slowly..

A lot of motherboard have these built in beep to warm users that there is some sort of hardware fault.

Check in the bios for such options..


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Old 02-27-2004, 08:30 AM   #3 (permalink)
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ebelthite may be rite .. but then it could also be an OS based issue ..

U don't hafta rip out the speaker .. there's an alternative way

Right Click on my computer > Click Manage> Device manager

Click on View>Show hidden devices
Now under Non-Plug n' Play Drivers > Beep
Right clickon it n' uninstall it .... or simply stop the service.
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You sure it's not some thing to do with the anti virus. Work's Server Beeps every time there is a virus infected mail coming in.

And you can bet with W32/mydoom, it's been doing that a lot lately.
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could be an antivirus or firewall prog, on my PC Sygate beeps when it blocks hackers, EMS Free Surfer beeps when it blocks a popup, and AntivirXP beeps when it finds a virus.
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When my comp overheats it get a long whiny beep that keeps going until the comp freezes
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