Due to several reasons, you can encounter beeping sound on your Windows 10. If you don’t know how to turn off it then try to focus on the article. It consists of several guidelines which will help you for further. But before going on the troubleshooting process, at first, let’s focus on the reasons to encounter this issue with your system.
You can encounter this beeping sound while your system encounters some initial system errors. When your system encounters such kind of errors while starting up then BIOS used this beeping code to notify users about that error.
Here, experts have provided more than one hacks to fix the beeping sound of your system. Try to follow all of them carefully.
Using Run dialogue box you can Fix the beeping issue. To perform this action try to focus on the steps mentioned below.
At first, Tap the Start menu and type Run to invoke Run box. Choose Run from the list of search results after that, a Run dialog box will appear on your screen. Or, focus on your keyboard and Press Windows +R at the same time to launch the Run dialogue box.
In the Run dialogue box type, “sc stop beep && sc config beep start= disabled” and click on the OK or hit Enter to continue.
If this error persists after performing this action then try to focus on the next method mentioned below.
You can also fix the beeping sound using device manager. In that case, try to follow the steps mentioned below.
At first, place a Click on the Start and type Run. You can see several search results, from that part, choose Run. Or, focus on your keyboard and press Windows + R to launch the Run box.
In the Run dialog box, type “devmgmt.msc”and hit Enter to continue or, place a click the OK button. After this process, the device manager will open.
In Device Manager Window tap on the View option and click on the “Show hidden devices” option.
After that, you have to find the Non-plug option and Play Drivers group. But after going to that part at first make sure, that you have enabled the ‘Show hidden devices’ option.
After performing the whole action, find and choose the group and find the beep option.
Place double click on the ‘Beep Properties’ window to open it.
In this Window click on the ‘Drivers’ tab. And select the ‘Disabled’ option from the drop-down menu of system type.
After performing the whole action try to restart your device, it will apply all changes.
After restarting, your beep sounds will be removed from the PC.
You can also troubleshoot this issue from the control panel.on that note, try to focus on the steps mentioned below.
At first, go to the start menu and choose the search option.
In the search box type ” Control Panel “. You can see several search results, from that you have to choose the appropriate one.
Now, choose the View by Category option and place a click on the Hardware and Sound section. You can see a new window will open. Find the sound section from that window. Now, place a click on the Change system sounds option.
Now, in the sounds tab and choose the default beep. After that, focus on the sound properties window. You will be able to see a menu for sounds.
After that, you have to select the None option and click on Apply/OK to continue. After that, the beep sound will be stopped. If the error persists then try to follow the next step mentioned below.
You can also use the volume mixer option to troubleshoot this issue. On that note, open your windows system and try to follow the steps mentioned below.
At first, try to find the volume icon located at the taskbar and place a right click on it.
Now go to the context menu and select the Open Volume Mixer option.
In order to perform the step at first to make sure that you have enabled the sound slider at the bottom.
You have to repeat the step for your headphones and your external speaker.
If the beep sound still persists then try to focus on the next method mentioned below.
You can also troubleshoot this issue by changing the name for the folder. On that note, try to follow the steps mentioned below.
Click on the This PC option and open the C>> Window.
After that, you have to click on the view tab from the File Explorer menu and choose the “Hidden items” option to make the box be checked.
Now, place a right click on the media folder and choose the rename option.
Now, give a proper name of your media. Now, save the changes and restart your computer
This time you will be able to resolve the issue on your own.
Hope, using the package of guidance, you have already resolved the issue on your own. If you face any trouble related to your system for further then you can focus on the further posts on our website.