11-13-2009 04:06 PM
Hey, no one has gotten to this yet.
I have a Lenovo Y430 running on windows 7 and the stupid beep from unplugging from the a/c adapter is back
I muted the system sounds, but its still there...
ive looked on the support page and noticed there was a bios update but read that it did not do anything for the sound...however i might be wrong
and if i am, can i use it for windows 7?
are there any other solutions to this problem?
11-16-2009 04:47 PM
Assuming that you have the latest driver provided by Lenovo, you can do the following...
Start > Control Panel > Hardware & Sound > Sound
You should see "Speakers" and "SPDIF Interface" on the current tab.
Double-click on "Speakers.
Click on the tab labeled "Levels".
Mute the PC Speaker by clicking the speaker symbol.
Click on OK and verify that the beep has in fact been disabled.
11-18-2009 09:27 AM
If you have Win7 and the lastest realtek codecs then you can't disable this in sounds options.
In Y550 laptops with BIOS version later than 1.04 have options that can be possible disable "beep" when you plug in power and when you have low battery.
I think if you have laptop from Y series and BIOS don't have function that disables "beep" you may have problem with this. I called to Lenovo and they don't wants give us new BIOS for now. We can try upgrade BIOS from this same laptops that have never BIOS inside.
11-19-2009 11:21 AM
This procedure was intended for the Y430. My mistake for not making this clear.
Smoli - The Y430 utilizes Conexant HD audio, and thus it's understandable that this procedure may not work on your Y550.