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puppypaws

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I had a new computer custom built. I've always had the feature turned on so when I hit my "caps lock" button by accident there will be an audible beep and the screen will flash.
I now have a very faint beep and need it louder but do not know how to increase the keyboard volume, this sound is not produced through the speakers. Can someone please help me get this beep louder?

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Reid
 
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control panel/sounds and audio/advanced/option/
scroll down and click pc beep. now you can control the volume.
 

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In my volume control the PC speaker slide is on the highest level. Moving the slide does not change the PC speaker volume.:confused:
 

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Click PC beep where, this is on XP Pro and I am not familiar with with what you are talking about?
 
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Im uploading a video.
cos im in a good mood. hope it sorts out your problem.
i personally hate that beeping noise. but everyone to there own!
 

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This is a Realtek AC97 Audio and nothing I am doing is working. Can't figure it out!
 

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I honestly have no idea of what this does, can you explain? Nothing has changed!
 
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