Win 2000 and beep.

How can I turn off this screaming beep , that Windows 2000 gives me with every message box. I know that I can just to disconnect my speaker from Motherboard , but is there some more beautiful way ?

Thanks for every help.
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MaximkaAsked:
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naveenkohliCommented:
have you tried disabling the beep sound from SOnds & Muultimedia option under COntrol Pannel?
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naveenkohliCommented:
and it would be really nice if we don't use "F" words over here. I know MS has been cause of lots of our frustration. Using of these words could remove your access to EE site.

Thankx!
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MaximkaAuthor Commented:
Yes , I started from this ,but You want to say that Windows 2000 in Your PC doesn't sound this beep ?

P.S. I don't have no Sound card so no multimedia.


Thanks.
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MaximkaAuthor Commented:
Sorry man , I didn't mean it , I just very angry about it...

Thanks.
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MaximkaAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
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TeckWittCommented:
You might wanna go to regedit then edit out the Default Beep

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\AppEvents\EventLabels\.Default
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TeckWittCommented:
There is another at (If it exist for you)

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Sound

you might wanna change to no.
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MaximkaAuthor Commented:
Yeah , it works , You just rescued lot of good people before they should have some psychology ill .

Thank You very - very much.

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MaximkaAuthor Commented:
Yeah , it works , You just rescued lot of good people before they should have some psychology ill .

Thank You very - very much.

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