I hope I am posting this question in the right place. If not, I apologize. I have a Dell laptop running WindowsXP Pro SP-2. My question: Is there a way to turn off the BEEP when the Intel Pro/Set Wireless software finds a Wi-Fi signal? What happens now is, when a Wi- Fi network signal is found, a popup message appears on the screen, informing me of that. But there are also one or more short BEEPs (it sounds like the "regular" Windows beep) which continue until I choose to connect with the discovered wireless network or to close the popup window. At Tools>Application Settings in the Pro/Set software, which I open by double-clicking the icon in the taskbar, there are a variety of configuration options, but there doesn't seem to be anything like "Turn on (or off) sound (or beep)". In the Windows Control Panel, at "Sounds and Audio Devices" I have selected "No Sounds" at the "Sounds" tab, and at the "Volume" tab, I have selected "Mute All". Is there somewhere else I need to turn off sounds so that, on finding a Wi-Fi signal, the Intel Pro/Set software will simply show a popup window and hold the BEEP? Thank you.
16 years ago