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Ding Sound On My Aol, 2009 Change My Sound

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My Computer is a DELL Inspiron 530

This is my 2nd DELL Inspiron 530

The first one started to have problems after installing ROXIO Creator 2009 special edition.

The sound files on my America on line were fine before install the ROXIO.

When I click on any email I would hear a very soft click. :rolleyes:

Now I hear a very loud DING.

This happened on the first DELL. it got so bothersome that I went out and bought a new one.

I did not install the ROXIO 2009 right away. B) After two mounts, I need to copy some of my old 45 records to CD-r so

I could play them in the car on my trip. B) After installing REXIO on the 2nd new DELL that darn

DING came back on the new computer. :angry2: I called DELL. no help. I called Microsoft, no help. :(

Now I guess I will have to get a new computer again just to get rid of the DAM DING.

IF I go to the control panel and turn OFF all the Microsoft sound, then I get a VERY LOUD ERROR buzz when I try to read my AOL Email. Oh by the way it will DING when I click on any of my Favorites in my AOL as well and give me the error buzz when the sounds are turn off.

This is nuts. I am just pissed off.

Now after uninstalling the ROXIO Creator 2009 special edition the DING is still there.

After total UNinstilling AOL 9.5 and all AOL software off the computer and reinstalling

AOL 9.1 the DING is still there.

After I did a System Restore to a time well before the time I installed REXIO 2009 the DAM DING is still in it. :angry2: DING DING DING DING DING DING DING DING DING DING DING….

The only thing that I can think of it has affected my SYSTEM BIOS.

After all, turning off the system sounds should stop any sound in speakers.

Is it worth suing REXIO for all my problems? :glare: I have spent money on a new computer and hours of my time trying fixing the problem. :unsure:

OVER SIX MOUNTS OF PROBLEMS WITH ROXIO 2009, NOW I AM NUTS.............

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Control panel, Sounds and Audio devices, sounds tab. You can check, and if you wish, change the sounds that play when you perform different actions.

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