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Macbook - I Have No Sound!!


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Ok, so ive had my macbook two days and now theres no sound. talked to applecare and they couldnt figure ne thing out. My system preferences look like this for audio output:
I cannont adjust the volume if that means ne thing
it also isnt right in the Audio MIDI Set Up. That one looks like this:

i already cleared the PRAM(i think thats what its called) by holding apple+option+P+R as the macbook started up. Plus i reinstalled Mac OS X 10.4.6 with a clear and install. Im taking it up to the apple store that i bought it at to see if i can just get another one instead of sending it out for repair. after all who wants to be without their new toy for a week and a half, especially a new mac.

so if u have ne advice, ideas, or ne thing at all, please post. ill take ne help i can get!

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Ugh, I hate to see this happen. I definitly dont have any advice but hopefully Apple will take care of you properly and hook you up with a proper replacement.

Sorry your first experience was not the best neye:

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Dont worry, im still in love with the mac. i havent really had ne problems with ne thing else. its prbly either a hardware or driver issue or sumthin like that. and remember, us switcher are used to problems with our computers so its no biggie. i just hope i dont have to send it out, that would suck =(
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Ugh, waiting for the thing was one thing, but sending it back would seriously be like losing a limb.

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