I'm running W2K Pro SP4 on a Lattitude D800.
During coldstarts I get an annoying loud be-beeb sound when the Windows startup progress bar misses 5 blocks.
Assumingly around the time where services are starting up.
I do not get any warnings or errors in the event-viewer.
Highly appreaciating any hints on how to switch this sound off - or search for possible causes.
as far as i know there is no other way to make it silent unless you disable the internal speaker, which you don't really want to do.
the beeping sound is something you actually want to hear to know everything
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