• Caterpillar
    Posts: 36 from 2015/5/28

    Amigaharry2 wrote:
    You may als use a Linux-LiveCD (eg. Kubuntu 13.xxx) and start a terminal.
    Sudo nvsetvol 0 should kill the chime.

    Linux CD worked a treat thanks guys. Note to others ISO was 710mb and CD was only coming up as 702mb so needed to burn on pc using a DVD. I also had a lot of GFX corruption on the linux desktop but was not bad enough not to be able to select Xterm and enter the command. Thanks again my ears feel a lot better now.
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