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    Jan 03, 2010
    Question imac g5 sound "digital out"
    I am having a problem with the sound with my iMac G5. The sound seems to have been disconnected from the internal speakers, sound the System Preferencses shows my "digital out" output device , I can't control volume, and the computer is mute.
    - I plug in a headphones into headphone jack. The sound is ok, status in System Preferencses : "head phone", when i disconnect the headphones, there is no sound coming from the internal speakers
    - when i restart , still hear chimes "sound restart" from imac
    - i reset pram but can not
    How do I return internal speakers?
    Does anyone have another fix for this problem?

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    Jan 13, 2010
    I am having the exact same problem on my MacBook4.1. Did you figure out what to do?

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