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Bleep on Caps. lock

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I have a new laptop running on WIN95 which when it was delivered used to bleep if you pressed caps lock and again when you toggled it off.  This useful facility has disappeared.  Any idea how to replace it.  Is it in WIN95 as it doesnt seem to be in the machine BIOS
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It's in your Accessibility Windows 95 Accessibility Features
Features for Making Keyboard and Mouse Input Easier
ToggleKeys
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provides audio cues — high and low beeps — to tell the user whether a toggle key is active or inactive. It applies to the CAPS LOCK, NUM LOCK, and SCROLL LOCK keys.
Users can adjust ToggleKeys in Control Panel, or turn the feature on or off using an emergency hot key (holding down the NUM LOCK key for eight seconds).
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