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Want to stop the sounds on my hp laptop

I want to mute my sounds, have tried everything but I am still getting a sound whenever I enter anything.

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Go to start menu
Control panel
Sounds and audio devices
go to Sounds tab
use drop down menu on sound schemes
choose NONE
Apply

Hope this helps,
j

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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