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First Beep upon Boot-up

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So far my system has been running incident-free for about a week since I built it.

 

Every time I fire her up I get the typical initial beep.

 

However, it is quite loud. Is there a way to control the volume in BIOS?

 

Also, is this beep motherboard related or case related? My case (Kingwin KT-424-BK) has a speaker on the inside bottom. Don't know if there is a volume control for it but I suppose I can check the manual that came with it, although it is crap.

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Guest ZigZag

The loudness of the beep is your case speaker. Might be able to disconnect it alltogether.

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Originally posted by Capt_13M

Or you could put some tape over it to muffle it a bit,

 

This idea is much better. You never know when you would actually need the post beeps ;)

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Originally posted by RockstEdy

This idea is much better. You never know when you would actually need the post beeps ;)

 

True. But if you ever get in a situation where you need them, you can always plug the speaker back in. ;)

 

DS

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Originally posted by sirfergy

You can also tell it to use your soundcard to do the beep. Then you can control the volume. :)

 

How do I do this? Is this BIOS controllable??

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Originally posted by David Stewart

Mine was also very loud, so I just uplugged the speaker wire.

 

:)

DS

 

Ditto..

 

And just like David .. If needed I just plug it back in..

 

 

:shake:

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