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How to Disable Motherboard Beep?

Updated on June 20, 2011

There is an internal speaker on the motherboard / main-board which is responsible for the beeps or the beeping noises and sounds which you have heard from you computer. It's not the sound of your external speaker. You can easily disable this beeps or beeping sounds or beeping noise. "How you can disable motherboard beeps?" -This page will tell you the process of disabling motherboard beeps or noises or sounds.

Steps to disabling motherboard beep

Motherboard beeps or beeping sound of motherboard, always warns a message. Sometimes, it's helpful but most of the time it's disgusting. So, many people like to disable these beeps or beeping noise. To disable these beeping noise, follow the following steps:

Step 1:

Right-click on My Computer and select Manage. The Computer Management Window will be appeared and select or click on the Device Manger.

Step 2:

Click on View and form the drop down menu, select show hidden devices.

Step 3:

When you finished the above steps, Non-Plug and Play Drivers will be visible in Device Manger.

Step 4:

Now, click on Non-Plug and Play Drivers and it will be expanded. Form the expanded items you will see Beep. Double-click on the Beep and Beep Properties window will be appeared.

Step 5:

On the "Beep Properties" window, click on Driver tab.

Step 6:

From the driver tab, you can disable the beeping device temporarly or permanmently. So, you have two options to disable motherboar bees or beeping noise. So, follow as your wish:

[a] Disable motherboard beeping temporarly:

  • Juar click on Stop button.

[b] Disable motherboard beeping permamently:

  • From the Startup part, selet Type as Disabled.

Step 7:

At last, after finishing the above steps, click on OK of Beep Properties window. Lastly, close Computer Management window.

By following the above mentioned steps you can easily disable or stop motherboard beeps or beeping sound.

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      peeryx 

      6 years ago

      thanks man

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      Gus 

      6 years ago

      Thanks a lot!! The annoying beep sound is now gone!

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      mike 

      6 years ago

      what if it does not work for my dell vostro 3500? is there other way to disable keyboard beep sound?

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      Douglas Burns 

      7 years ago

      @rancidtaste: This article was very useful to me... thanks very much.

      @ismile3cdsa: Your comment is completely irrelevant. What on earth are you smoking?

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      ismile3cdsa 

      7 years ago

      The most important component of any PC is the processor and even the HD, but themotherboard, which is responsible for buses and all communication between components. If a PC was a living organism, the processor, memory and HD would form different areas of the brain, while the motherboard would be the rest of the body including vital organs.

      Due to the huge amount of chips, trails, capacitors and fittings, the motherboard is also the component that, in general, gives more defects. It is common for a PCI slot to stop working (though others remain normal), to install a memory module in the second socket to make micro pass to catch, even though the module works perfectly on the first and so on.

      Most of the problems of instability and crashes are caused by various problems on the motherboard, so it is the component that should be chosen more carefully. In general, more worthwhile to invest in a good motherboard and save on other components than the opposite.

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      chandu 

      8 years ago

      my beeps is making cont small sound,i did as u told but there is a responce dat system encounterd a problem

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      laura ratt 

      8 years ago

      thanx! the beeping sound is gone!

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