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my macbook's speakers were running very well until now. the problem is that now I cant listen to anything except for the sound when I first turn on the computer. its really disturbing, i have to wear the earphones all the time...

is there something that I can do to bring back the sound????
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Had this happen on my imac G5 once. Resetting the PRAM and NVRAM did the trick for me. Just be aware that you may have to change some of your system settings (such as the clock) back. Resetting your Mac's PRAM and NVRAM
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thank you for ur help.... unfortunately my speakers are still not functioning... is there any other solution ?
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Unplug your headphones and open system preferences, sound. When you click on output, what does it say?

If it shows headphones, it means your headphone jack may be stuck in the headphone mode. Try wiggling a sturdy toothpick in the jack to see if you can release it. Also make sure you don't have mute on.

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i dont think that this is the case here, because I can her the sound when I first start the computer. and whats killing me is that I cant hear or listen to anything at all... and no its not in mute mode


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