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Go to control panel and click on sounds and change sound scheme to no sound here the pic for reference.
Posted on Feb 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a heat related issue in your keyboard. Maybe you have moisture under the membranes or even something like a staple which is shorting the connections between the contact pads on the membrane. The chime ringing is the keyboard buffer telling you that it is full and unable to take any more letters. The buffer is filling up because the membrane issue is continuously pressing a key and it sounds like the zero key. You should remove the keyboard and check for foreign objects. On a laptop, this can be quite difficult. Gently remove the function keypad at the top of the keyboard. Under this you should find some small Torx screws. Remove them (taking note of where any screws which are longer then others were fitted) then slide the keyboard forward to release it. Lift it gently but not too far as there is a connecting cable underneath it. Disconnect the cable and lift the keyboard free. Examine the keyboard carefully looking for foreign objects. You may not find anything but you may be able to turn the keyboard over and shake it loosening whatever may be inside. If it rattles, then something is in there. You can remove the keys but write down which keys go where BEFORE you start and be careful as the locking tabs on the keys WILL break if they are removed incorrectly. Look for little tabs on the sides of the keys and gently prise these away with a small screw driver. remove any foreign objects under the keys and any you see between the membranes under the keys..then reassemble. Hope this helps..
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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