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Sharp beep Sound Dell D630

Posted on 2009-04-15
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Computer make a sharp beep.  The computer has been reimaged and the sound still persist.  The user will get an email and it beeps, when she scrolls the volume control it beeps and even when it is on mute the sound comes thru the headphone.

Is this a hardware problem?
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by:Abhay Pujari
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If you have a dell diagnostic utility, then scan your hardware for errors. It could be any hardware problem.
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But before that try turning off the system beep:
http://en.community.dell.com/forums/p/19245423/19383304.aspx
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Exactly what I was looking for- Issue resolved.
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