When I do something that SolidWorks does not like, it makes that banjo plucking error noise. And recently, it has been getting to me. But, I can't figure out how to turn it off!!! Any suggestions?
If you will go to Control Panel>Sound>Sounds scroll down until you find the option for Program Error and set the sound to none or change it something more pleasant, that should fix you up. I played a joke on a friend in the office one time so that when he got an error it sounded like a scream. He was not amused.
I once changed it with the first six seconds of this:
He was a Catia user, so I figured he should be elite enough to never make a mistake
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Wow, in all the years I have been using solidworks I have NEVER
heard any noises for anything coming out of Solidworks.
This has to be something where someone went in and messed to the sounds
settings. Anything else giving you funky noises?
Thanks for the input. I used the control panel sound settings, and it looks like this is just a Windows 7 sound, not something within SolidWorks (though I haven't heard it from anything other than SolidWorks on this machine yet). The "doing" I have been hearing is the "Default Beep" under the Delta sound scheme. Thanks for the help!
I just turn my volume all the way down, unless I want to listen to music or a video when I need it. I don't want my co-workers to hear all the bleeps and bloops while I work
You tagged your post with the word "banjo." Love it.
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