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    No sound notifications from Adium
    Using Leopard and Mac Pro. Before their last update, it would play on the built in speakers. After it, there's absolutely no sound whatsoever. No idea how to fix this. Does anybody else have an idea?

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    Does anything else play on the built-in speakers? What about line-out? What output device is selected in the System Preferences?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeisabeach View Post
    Does anything else play on the built-in speakers? What about line-out? What output device is selected in the System Preferences?
    Everything else plays fine. iTunes, other music programs. Nothing else plays on the built-in speakers other than mac startup...well actually that doesn't play anymore. I don't remember changing that.

    In System Preferences, alerts and sound effects are through the internal speakers. Normal output is through the Line Out. It was that way when Adium played from the internal speaker, as well.
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    Well if the Startup Chime isn't even playing now, then you almost certainly have a hardware problem. The internal speaker may be blown, or a wire connecting it has come loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeisabeach View Post
    Well if the Startup Chime isn't even playing now, then you almost certainly have a hardware problem. The internal speaker may be blown, or a wire connecting it has come loose.
    Guess I'm calling Apple Support tomorrow. Figures it'd happen once I got the e-mail that says my Applecare phone thingy is allllllmost up. I should still have a few days left.

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