Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
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BEEPER - Resident BEEP Handler

Copyright 1992 Samuel H. Smith; All rights reserved.

This FREEWARE package can be freely distributed so long as it is not
modified or sold for profit.

This program is a TSR that traps bios BEEP signals and converts them
background beeps with a command-line controlled frequency. This
useful if your machine's BIOS gives you a tiresome slow beep, or if
you have multiple machines and would like each to have its own
distinctive beep tone.

Usage:
BEEPER n

where
n indicates the beep tone and may be a number between 0
and 9.

Examples:
BEEPER 1
BEEPER %PCBNODE%


Support

The author can be reached at:

Samuel H. Smith The Tool Shop BBS
P.O. Box 4808 (818) 891-6780 (HAYES 9600) - Free node
Panorama City, CA 91412 (818) 891-3772 (HST 9600)
(818) 891-1344 (Four lines V.32Bis)


Copyright

If you modify this program, I would appreciate a copy of the new
source code. I am holding the copyright on the source code, so
please don't delete my name from the program files or from the
documentation.

DISCLAIMER

I make no warranty of any kind, express or implied, including without
limitation, any warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a
particular purpose. I shall not be liable for any damages, whether
direct, indirect, special or consequential arising from a failure of
this program to operate in the manner desired by the user. I shall
not be liable for any damage to data or property which may be caused
directly or indirectly by the use of this program.

IN NO EVENT WILL I BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY
LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF YOUR USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM, OR
FOR ANY CLAIM BY ANY OTHER PARTY.



  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : BEEPER10.ZIP
Filename : BEEPER.DOC

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