- Every once in a while your device speakers might start beeping out of the blue.
- This means that you need to adjust some settings or perform some updates, and we're showing you how.
- Keep in mind that you can turn to our Windows 10 Troubleshooting section for any system-related issue.
- Our Peripherals' Hub contains useful guides for similar problems with the one described here.
When you hear the computer making a beeping sound, you know that you have to pay attention to something. You can usually hear it when the wrong key or combination of keys is pressed, or when an error occurs.
But what about your speakers beeping out of the blue? This is how a user describes the situation:
Alright so just today this issue started. Randomly, while using my computer, I will get a series of beeps from my speakers when I do things like Alt+Tab out of a game, open a File Explorer window, etc. When these beeps happen, my computer slows down for a brief moment.
If you’ve experienced something similar, you’re in the right place. In the following article, we’ll discuss a few ways to bypass this unpleasant situation.
What can I do if the computer speakers beep out of the blue?
1. Update drivers
- First, press the Windows Button + the X key together.
- Then, click on Device Manager.
- Expand the Video and Game Controllers.
- Double-click on each driver, to open the Properties Window.
- Now, click on the Driver tab, and then select Update Driver.
- Install the drivers on your computer then be patient for the installation to finish.
If this method doesn’t work, you can also try using a third-party tool such as DriverFix to automatically update your drivers with just a few clicks.
If you haven’t heard of this tool, you should know that it doesn’t require advanced technical knowledge for installation, setup, or further operations.
That’s the whole purpose of DriverFix – to help you to safely and quickly update all your drivers.
You can rest assured that this tool will only recommend drivers compatible with your device. Besides, you can select the preferred driver, although any of the recommended ones are perfect.
Avoid unexpected system behavior by keeping all the essential drivers up to date. DriverFix can do the entire job for you.
2. Disable your microphone
- Open the Control Panel.
- Then, click on the Hardware and Sound option then click on Sound.
- Go to the Recording tab.
- Now, right-click on the Microphone and choose the Disable option.
3. Change Sounds settings
- Repeat the first two steps in the above-mentioned solution.
- In the Hardware and Sounds menu, click on Sound.
- Choose the Sound tab.
- Scroll through the Program Events box, then click on Default beep.
- Select the None option from the drop-down menu.
- Click on Apply to save changes and then click OK to close the window.
- Close the Control Panel.
There you go, three simple solutions that should help you if your computer speakers are beeping randomly.
See this useful article as well, in case your keyboard beeps annoyingly whatever you’re trying to type.
Feel free to try all of our solutions and let us know which solution worked for you.