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Everytime I start my computer the sound is set in mute as default. Do someone know how to fix it? Thanks
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In System Preferences under Sound, you don't have the Mute box checked next to Output Volume, do you?
I know it sounds basic, but I always start with the obvious when trying to fix something weird like that.

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The thing is that everytime I turn on my computer the mute box is checked by default even when I turn off the computer and make sure the sound is not muted.
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I just check and if I plug in my headphones just after I turn on my computer the volume gets back to the one I previously had and if I take them out it goes back to mute.
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