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How to disable the internal speaker?
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Mad Jack


Joined: 30 Jun 2008
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Location: USA

PostPosted: Thu 11 Feb 2010, 07:38    Post_subject:  How to disable the internal speaker?
Sub_title: Dial-up modem squelching
 

Hey, guys.

I get confused pretty easily, so my apologies if I am totally in the wrong area with this question...

I am using Dingo 4.00 with an old '98 Gateway Essential deskop. I only have access to dial-up internet and use the Gateway's default internal modem. The problem is that the horrid squelching noises from the modem are coming from the internal speaker - even when I have external speakers hooked up and headphones plugged in. Is there anyway to disable the internal speaker so that I don't have to hear that squelching?

I checked in the volume control, but it's all Greek to me Sad
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HairyWill


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PostPosted: Thu 11 Feb 2010, 09:08    Post_subject:  

I'm not quite sure where puppy keeps its registry Wink

how about entering this in a console
Code:
rmmod pcspkr
if this works then you can you use the bootmanager config thingy to blacklist the pcspkr module everytime puppy boots.
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trapster


Joined: 28 Nov 2005
Posts: 2027
Location: Maine, USA

PostPosted: Thu 11 Feb 2010, 11:00    Post_subject:  

Have a look in /etc/wvdial.conf

Code:
SetVolume = 1
Init4 = ATM0


The first key, when set to one, instructs wvdial to manipulate the
modem volume settings per later commands. The second key is just
one of the commands sent to the modem before dialing (I think any
"Init{whole #}" is a permissable key). The volume commands are
(from "http://www.option.com/support/hayesat.htm"):

M0 Speaker always off

M1 Speaker on until carrier detected

M2 Speaker always on

M3 Speaker on only while answering

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smithdwsn
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PostPosted: Fri 07 May 2010, 08:38    Post_subject:  

In Windows you can disable the internal speaker by following these steps:
Go to Open Device Manager> click View > click Show hidden devices> This should make "Non-Plug and Play Drivers" visible in Device Manager> Expand Non-Plug and Play Drivers by clicking the plus and double-click Beep> Within the "Beep properties" window click the Driver tab>Under the driver tab if you wish to temporarily disable this device click the Stop button. You can disable to permanently this device.
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princealway
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PostPosted: Sat 07 Aug 2010, 09:24    Post_subject:  

To disable the internal speaker in Windows, open Device Manager by right clicking on My Computer and select Properties. From there, you'll be a Device Manager tab or a Hardware tab Device Manager button depending on your version of Windows.
In Device Manager click View and click Show Hidden Devices
Then you should see a non-Plug and Play Drivers section.
Expand Non-Plug and Play Drivers by clicking the plus sign and double-click Beep.
In the "Beep Properties window, click on" Driver tab.
Under the Driver tab, if you want to temporarily disable the beep click the Stop button. If you want to permanently disable the beep in the Startup Type select guests.
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