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Motherboards Need some help turning off an internal speaker

Discussion in 'Tech Support' started by Seraphim2150, 12 Apr 2009.

  1. Seraphim2150

    Seraphim2150 Non-Modder

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    Hi,
    At the moment, I have a NZXT Lexa and an Asus P5N32-e sli. No problems with it apart from the internal speaker. Every time the PC boots or if it goes overheats the thing starts bleeping really, really loudly.

    Normally, this would be fine but it picks up the internal tempretures incorrectly and so bips anytime I play GTA IV or try to convert any video. So I need to ask, how do i turn off my internal speaker? And do i have to rip the wires out of it?
     
  2. Krikkit

    Krikkit All glory to the hypnotoad! Super Moderator

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    If you're using the speaker in the case, it should have a connector to the motherboard. If it's a speaker on-mobo as it were, you're pretty much boned really, as they can't be disconnected.
     
  3. ComputerKing

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    I think he can do a mod ;) Solder it and make it go :rock:
     
  4. Krikkit

    Krikkit All glory to the hypnotoad! Super Moderator

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    Sometimes I wonder why you end up with broken stuff... Then other times I know exactly why. :p
     
  5. ComputerKing

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    I don't have the power ( the will ) to do it to my own stuff ;)
     
  6. badders

    badders Neuken in de Keuken

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    If it's on-mobo, a blob of blu-tack on the top should quieten it enough to make it bearable, without voiding the warranty :)
     
  7. ComputerKing

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    or in the bios ... There is setting to set the max temp that mobo beep or shutoff on it... he can rise it :D
     
  8. Seraphim2150

    Seraphim2150 Non-Modder

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    After looking in the bios there appeared to be no command. So i open the case up and yanked out the speaker. thanks for the advice everyone
     
  9. ComputerKing

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    You are welcome ;) If you need any thing else just ask :D take care
     

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