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Windows 7: USB unplug sound


15 Nov 2009   #1

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 
USB unplug sound

Hello all!

I always choose the "No Sound" option in windows control / sounds panel.
But when I unplugg some USB devices (like a bluetooth controller card which I use to communicate to my cellphone) I get a system sound which is incredibly large, makes me jump every time .. hehehe .. I cannot find any sound settings in the PC suite program (sony-ericsson) program .. and like I said above . I have made sure the NO SOUND option is chosen.

Anybody know how to stop that unmounting sound ?

It's probably right there before my eyes somewhere but cannot find it .... and since I have my computer connected to a external sound system with large speakers (use it for writing music and recording) .. that sound scares the .... out of me each time..

hehehe

//have a good one
Ken1

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15 Nov 2009   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Right here. Hope this helps. In the drop down menu, choose "none" and it should stop.

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16 Nov 2009   #3

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 
Thank you very much

Thank you very much for helping me, however that is not the solution, cause I have chosen the no sound scheme and clicked each and every instance in the list to make sure there are no sound attached to it ... alas there are no selected sound for that unplugg usb device do hickey

there has to be another place / solution to this one

have a good one .

//Ken1
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