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Unfortunately this is a privacy setting that Nokia believes is required by some countries.
The following may work for you:
Go to Settings -> Profiles Select the options button and go to personalise.
Once in personalise find the warning tones option and set to no.
Unfortunately this may cause a number of other tones not to function, but it should remove the camera shutter noise.
Check your silent mode, it may already have this setting off and therefore will let you take pictures without the camera sound automatically.
There are a number of non-commercial "hacks" but these should only be used if you are an advanced user.
Hope this helps.
menu 2 settings 3 tones incoming call alert (set to ringing) ringing tone ( pick your ring tone) ringing volume (set to level 5 loudest) vibrating alert (on) message alert tone (pick tone) instant message alert tone (standard) keypad tones (on) warning tones (on) this is for the alarm and ringtone this is where your problem is so double check these settings ok alert for (all calls)
if you try turning off the warning tones it should stop this happening but remember this might stop your alarm from working if this dont stop the prob then you will need to get the phone reprogrammed this can only be done through a phone shop hope this helps