Is your keyboard making a beeping noise while typing? If you have made some changes in the Windows keyboard settings, then this may be the reason why the keyboard is making beeping noise!
So, if you are annoyed with the keyboard beeping sound, I will show you today how to fix the problem.
What To Do If Keyboard Is Making Beeping Noise?
When your keyboard is beeping while typing, follow the solutions mentioned here to fix it.
Fix 1: Check For Any Hardware Issue
The first thing you must check is if your keyboard is making a physical sound while typing. If this is the case, then try cleaning your keyboard and checks if it helps.
There is not much you can do when your keyboard is making such noises other than buying a new keyboard. There are keyboards available that are “noise free” or makes less noise, but they are also expensive.
If the issue is not from the hardware, then move to the solutions given below.
Fix 2: Disable Toggle Keys, Filter Keys And Sticky Keys
Filter keys, sticky keys and toggle keys are Windows features that allow users with disabilities to use all the functionalities of the keyboard without being restricted.
One of their functions is to make beeping noises while typing. If these features are enabled unknowingly, it will confuse the user.
Check if these features are enabled on your PC, and whether they are causing the beeping noise. Here is how you can do it:
- Go to the Start Menu and then select Settings. Now click on the Ease of access option.
- From the left panel select Keyboard. Disable Sticky keys, Toggle keys and Filter keys from the keyboard settings.
Check if your keyboard is making any beeping noise now.
Fix 3: Troubleshoot The Keyboard Drivers
If there is any corruption in your keyboard drivers then this may give rise to many problems including keyboard beeping sound.
Try updating or reinstalling the drivers and see if it solves this issue. Here is how you can do it:
- Right-click on the Start Menu and select Device Manager. Expand the Keyboard section and right-click on your keyboard driver.
- To update the driver, click on the Update Driver option as shown in the picture.
- From the next window, click on Search automatically for drivers option.
Your drivers will get automatically get updated. Finish the process and follow if there is any onscreen prompt.
- To uninstall the keyboard driver, right-click on the keyboard driver and then select the Uninstall device option. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the process.
- Once done, restart your PC. Windows will automatically install the keyboard drivers after the restart.
Now see if your keyboard is beeping when keys are pressed.
Fix 4: Check The Keyboard Settings
To save power, the keyboard can sometimes disconnect itself if set so in the Power Settings. Windows has various sound effects for the disconnections of its devices.
To check if this is the case for the beeping sound, follow the steps given below:
- Go to the Windows Start Menu and type Control Panel. Click on the Control panel to open it. Now select the Devices and Printers option.
- Locate your keyboard. Right-click on it and select Properties.
- Click on the Hardware tab and select the Properties option.
- Now click on the Change Settings option and go to the Power Management section.
- Then uncheck the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save the power checkbox.
Fix 5: Check Options From The Onscreen Keyboard
If you are using an on-screen keyboard and keyboard beeps when typing, then tweak some settings on the onscreen keyboard and check if the beeping stops:
- Go to the Search Menu and type On-screen keyboard. Click on the Options section and uncheck the use-click sound box.
Now the on-screen keyboard should not make the beeping noise when typing.
So there you have it. Now you know what to do you’re your keyboard is making beeping noise. If you have any further issues then leave us a reply in the comment section below.