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    Default Volume button sound - How to turn down?

    Hello. Is there any way to turn down the tick tick sound that the volume drag button makes?

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    Default Re: Volume button sound - How to turn down?

    Yes, go into the bios and disable it
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    Don't listen to him , he's talking rubbish.. just go and uninstall the Hp quicktouch drivers... they seem to be the ones making the sounds..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean473 View Post
    Don't listen to him , he's talking rubbish.. just go and uninstall the Hp quicktouch drivers... they seem to be the ones making the sounds..
    OK first off, unistalling quicktouch would also work but disabling it in the bios will not remove the software designed for the buttons. ITs better to disable the noise in the bios.
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    Default Re: Volume button sound - How to turn down?

    Quote Originally Posted by mattmjb0188 View Post
    OK first off, unistalling quicktouch would also work but disabling it in the bios will not remove the software designed for the buttons. ITs better to disable the noise in the bios.
    Seconded. Why such an option would be put in the BIOS, hell knows, but that's the way it is, and it works.
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    Default Re: Volume button sound - How to turn down?

    Clicking on the volume icon in the tray and muting HP MediaSmart in the mixer works fine for me.

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    Default Re: Volume button sound - How to turn down?

    Thank you all. In the end i have found a way that just show how the idiots that made HP software are incompetents or evil. After using the quick launch buttons just for luck i clicked in "open volume mixer" and a "Quick Launch Volume" appeared in it , besides the usual "speakers" and "system sounds". I turned down the volume and that was it. Btw the "Quick Launch Volume" just disapeared and i can't find a way to call it . So i don't know the sequence that made it appear.

    Edit: i don't have any HP mediasmart in the Volume Mixer.
    Last edited by Bullit; 16th November 2009 at 12:31 PM.

 

 

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