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MacBook Pro - Speaker issue?


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I am buying a MacBook Pro Unibody and the guy I am meeting to buy it from says he is having an issue with the speakers they wont work in Leopard, but they work in XP. He has tried re-installing and updating OS X, and they still dont work but still work in XP. Any ideas onwhat the problem could be?
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