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audio in MacBook keep disappearing


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Hello!
I have a very strange problem.
my external speakers are always connected to the macbook and it's always on.
lately, too often the audio just disappear. to fix it I have to play with the volume in the macbook and then the sound comes back.
It uselly happen when I leave the laptop and come back but sometime it happen while a song is playing!
disaster....please help me.

I latley began using a WD passport usb HDD.
I use Macbook 2.16/2*512Mb/OsX leopard 10.5.3

ThanX
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