Sound level beeping

Toshiba / P505
March 26, 2010 at 13:47:15
Specs: Windows 7
Howdy! My new laptop has an annoying and a not so silent beeping sound when changing the volume level. How do I eliminate this sound?

- Jeffrey

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March 26, 2010 at 15:05:59
tellus ,ore about this problem please


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March 26, 2010 at 15:39:25
The 'Default beep' is used for the volume change. You can go to the 'Control Panel' > 'Sounds and Audio Devices' > 'Sounds' tab. Select the 'default Beep' in the list and change the beep to a less annoying one, or even use 'None'. But be aware that it will be changed for eveything in the system that uses the 'Default Beep', and that's a lot.

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March 27, 2010 at 01:37:36
Yes, this worked great. I cannot thank you enough! Here's another problem: (As I suspect you can tell, I don't know a lot about PC's or software for that matter, so please forgive my not-very-tech method of stating my problem.) I've a new laptop (Toshiba P505) with W7 and WMP 12. This problem is with the latter. Let's say I watch a DVD half way through one evening with every intent of watching the second half the next evening. But the next evening when I click on the movie title, it starts again from the beginning. What needs to be done so this does not happen?

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March 27, 2010 at 10:51:15
I don't have WMP12, so I don't know if it's capable of doing that.But there are DVD player programs out there that have that option. I use the 'DVD X Player', but it's kind of expensive. You might be able to find a free one with a little Google searching.

There's VLC, an excellent free video player that plays just about every type of video file, and it also plays DVDs. It doesn't have the option to start from the last position, but it does have the option to skip to a certain time. So if you note the time that you quit, you can skip ahead to that time.

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