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If you are using Outlook Express for your email you can only open email on one computer if you want all of your email. You will never get the same emails on both computers using Outlook Express. You did not state in your problem what email provider you are using.
The beeps you refer to are known as "computer beep codes" and may also be known as "computer post codes" although they are in fact slightly different with the post code being the more technically descriptive of the two.
These are very descriptive and can tell you exactly where to home in on the problem.
In the back of your manual should be a list of these beeps and if you listen very carefully the are quite similar to morse code. Its this distinction the gives you the information. If its not there then you should go here
Sounds like he forgot to plug back in the sound cable when he took his iPod out. Simple fix for this. Pull out the desktop box (computer) and find what should be a green sound cable and plug it into a green port in the back of your computer. If your having trouble as to what it looks like, get your son to identify what he took out of your desktop to listen to his iPod and plug it back in. Also check that your speakers are turned on and are up on the speakers and on your desktop, which you can find in the bottom right hand corner near your desktop clock. The icon looks like a speaker and just click on it once and make sure its up all the way and not muted. Let me know if this works or not
First plug the speaker pin in the back panel and then in the front panel of PC . If u receive sound in any Panel.. then, may speaker settings in software is not proper... adjust it from the audio software icon in the task bar.. near the clock.....If not then, the that panel got fault... call local technician Or Re install audio driver & restart!