Unexpected Allarm from System-Speaker
Hannibal-Smith at gmx.at
Tue Dec 28 09:28:08 PST 2004
Thanks for all these quick answers!!!
I'll post 1 reply for all...
Yes, I am definitely sure it's my System-Speaker, since there is nothing
else in my computer that could make a beeping noise (besides maybe the
headphones atached to the soundcard;-) )
It's definitely not an overheating allarm, since 1. my cpu runs at about
42 degrees (celsius) and I have all allarms turned off in the BIOS,
because I already thought about something like that (e.g. case-intrusion,
I will try to reset the MB, since that already helped me once, even thoguh
I still think it has something to do with linux, since it doesn't happen
when working under windows.
It would be great to have something tell me why the allarm goes of, but I
do not know how. I can't use Dos since it apparently only happens under
linux. But if you have any idea of a daemon or something like it, that
tells me when something accesses the System-Bell I would really be
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