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OS 10.5 - No Volume on Macbook Pro - Issue?


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I muted my computer last night and today can't get the volume to work. I have a Macbook Pro running OSx 10.5.8

When I press the volume button, the level meter indicates the volume is all the way up, but below the level meter, there is a circle with a slash through it, indicating the volume is off. Granted, it is muted, but I have pressed the mute button several times, to see it go from on to off with still no volume.

I have restarted and cleared my PRAM and RAM.

Anyone know of this issue or how to fix?

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Seem to recall this coming up before and the suggestion was to push the 3.5 mm jack in and out of audio plug a bit as sometime the contacts do not reseat when the plug is removed
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Make sure mute is off in all three positions: Output, Input, and Sound Effects. The only other thing to check is the headphone jack which sometimes can get stuck on or even in digital mode.

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Seem to recall this coming up before and the suggestion was to push the 3.5 mm jack in and out of audio plug a bit as sometime the contacts do not reseat when the plug is removed
This did it, oddly. Thanks for the help guys.
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