Within the "Beep properties" window click the Driver tab. Click on it and make default. I looked all over to find a solution and didn't have any luck.
In the Volume Control window, click the Mute all check box on the bottom-left to mute all speaker sound. Hi, Right Click the little speaker near the clock on lower right - PlayBack Devices - Right Click the speakers you want to turn off and select Disable.
None of the solutions worked. Follow the on-screen instructions to update the current drivers. If the internal speaker does not work after enabling it through the Device Manager, it's possible the internal speaker may be defective and non-functional. Right-click on the volume icon on the taskbar and then click Sounds to open the Sound dialog. It worked.
Double-click "Beep" to open the Beep Properties. Highlight the "Speakers" selection in the window that appears.
DennyHorn Replied on August 20, 2012. Click the "Device Manager" option.
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The solution posted did not resolve my problem. Click Yes button when you see the confirmation dialog. Message 1 of 11.
Many motherboard manufacturers have jumpers that when jumped or not jumped enable or disable the onboard speaker. Sorry this didn't help.
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