|16 Sep 2011||#1|
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HOW TO FIX Continuous "Start Navigation" Clicking Sound
Recently I had this continuous "Start Navigation" clicking sound issue. It's is occured when your computer start making clicking sound even when you're doing nothing. The sound came from your speaker, not a physical sound from any of your hardware. The 'Clicking sound' sounds exactly like when you're pushing the Back Button or Open a Folder on your Windows Explorer.
I tried to Google everywhere, but nothing came up. People just keep saying that I should just turn the Start Navigation sound off from the System Sound settings, or just delete the Windows Navigation Start.wav file, but that is not the solution I want.
So I tried to figure something out. The clicking sound must have come from an application or program which is automatically access the "Windows Navigation Start.wav" file.
I remember years ago there's this application called "FileMon" it's a handy application to monitor what program using what files. But apparently the application is now shutted down and replaced by "Process Monitor".
SO, here's how to fix that annoying "Continuous Start Navigation Clicking Sound".
Have a nice day!
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