Hi, Try this. Open your Control Panel - Click on Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices. Click on Sounds and Audio Devices. click on the Sounds Tab and in the Sounds scheme window click on the down pointing arrow and select 'No Sounds'. Cheers, Bill
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