Gaahhh -- why in the world would you want the hardware beep? (Which you> In Win7, good ol' BEEPs are played by the speakers. Can I go
> back to the hardware beep? If not, how do I control the
> volume of BEEP?
But it's way louder than the system sounds. A rough estimate is "50" louder on SndVol's 0-100 scaleGaahhh -- why in the world would you want the hardware beep? (Which you
can't control *at all*!)
You can change the volume the same way you change the volume for everything
else -- right click on the speaker icon in the system tray and adjust it as
You didn't say what version of Windows 7 you're using. If it's x64, then> But it's way louder than the system sounds. A rough estimate is "50"
> louder on SndVol's 0-100 scale
I don't think current desktops do. Speaking personally, I prefer> My mistake. *I thought it was only 64-bit Windows that did that, but I see now that you're right. *Beep() uses the sound hardware in Windows 7 x86, too.
> (Do modern PCs even have the little piezo speaker wired up to a (virtual) 8253 anymore?)
______> Charles Dye
louder> ---Quote (Originally by vefatica)---
> But it's way louder than the system sounds. A rough estimate is "50"
In 32-bit Windows, TCC just calls the Windows Beep API, so only Microsoft> on SndVol's 0-100 scale
> ---End Quote---
> It's 32-bit Win7. Is there a solution to this problem?