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  • Strange, very strange IE 7 problem Makes a water drop sound

    Sometimes, while browsing a website, IE7 make a weird water drop like sound. Couldn't find the reason. I disabled phishing sound is still there. Any ideas?

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    Re: Strange, very strange IE 7 problem Makes a water drop sound

    Nothing like Chinese Water Torture.

    Maybe you can disable it within your control panel, under sounds? I've noticed this too, but mainly when Windows Updates need to be done, and the yellow shield shows up. This has been my experience, anyway! Let us know if you have found it!

    Originally posted by twit
    Sometimes, while browsing a website, IE7 make a weird water drop like sound. Couldn't find the reason. I disabled phishing sound is still there. Any ideas?

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    • #3
      Re: Strange, very strange IE 7 problem Makes a water drop sound

      Quick Solution: Use FireFox

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      • #4
        Re: Strange, very strange IE 7 problem Makes a water drop sound

        or anything else

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        • #5
          Re: Strange, very strange IE 7 problem Makes a water drop sound

          is the new firefox any good?

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            Re: Strange, very strange IE 7 problem Makes a water drop sound

            Here is what tech crunch says about the new FireFox 3..

            Despite getting off to a slow start yesterday, the official release of the Firefox 3 browser was downloaded 8.3 million times (thatís the unofficial tally as of 11:16 AM PT today). Mozilla beat its goal of 5 million downloads by 3 million and set a new world record! All right, there was no previous world record, but it still represents a massive one-day adoption rate.

            According to Mozilla Foundation CEO John Lilly, that gives Firefox 3 a four percent market share of browsers worldwide straight out of the gate. Mozillaís servers sent out 83 terabytes of data during that time, and at the peak there were 17,000 downloads per second (with an average of 4,000 per second). That explains why I had to wait so long to download my copy. The browser was downloaded in 200 different countries, with the top ten being

            U.S.
            Germany
            Japan
            Spain
            UK
            France
            Iran
            Italy
            Canada
            Poland

            Yes, Firefox 3 is big in Iran and Poland. IE doesnít stand a chance.

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            • #7
              Re: Strange, very strange IE 7 problem Makes a water drop sound

              Iran so far...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by twit View Post
                Sometimes, while browsing a website, IE7 make a weird water drop like sound. Couldn't find the reason. I disabled phishing sound is still there. Any ideas?
                I also experience this and it annoys me a lot. This is one of the reason why I don't use IE anymore. FF is far way better to use!

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