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    Internal speaker

    How can i control the volume of my internal speaker?

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    Internal speaker as what? The PC speaker that is connected the the speaker header on the motherboard or another speaker that is connected to an audio header on the 'board?

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    speaker that is connected directly to the motherboard

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    Don't think it's possible, only on or off. Although I guess it could depend on the mobo, but I've never seen one which can support the changing of volume for the internal speaker.

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    Nah I've never seen a volume control for the PC speaker either.

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    These days that speaker is mostly only used to signal an error situation either with a single beep if the error is displayed on the screen or with a series of beeps to indicate what the problem is if themonitor has failed.
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