Windows 10: Intermittent "Beeping" Noise With Windows 10 & Two HDD's???
Intermittent "Beeping" Noise With Windows 10 & Two HDD's???
I'm new here and I upgraded to Windows 10 a couple of days ago and I love it!
I've only got a couple of issues:
Ever since the first week in May, there's been an intermittent "beeping" sound (kinda like the sound you hear when a USB device is either plugged in or unplugged) and I'm wondering if the cord that goes with my WD 1TB HDD isn't going bad on me?
Also, when I go to my files (where my pictures and music are located), I see TWO hard disk drives. Now, this really has me confused!! Why would two hard disk drives be showing when I only have one?
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I have a few guesses for your beeping sound problem, for me a first suspect would be audio drivers.
I had a quick look at the support page of Dell, no drivers after Windows 7... too bad if the problem is drivers.
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