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hello

i do not ear the loading ring anymore ?
what does it means .

one time i had instructions to clean the PRAM ? i still have the instructions
but i do not know if its related to the loading ring not sounding

thanks for your help
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Make sure your volume is turned up when turning off your Mac. That will set the volume level of the boot sound. I'm assuming here that you have not installed a utility that turns off the boot sound?
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the volume is turned up .
there is no utilities installed to turn off the boot sound ?
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OK, then try resetting the SMC on your Mac. Follow these directions from Apple.
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Odd, most people want to turn that off...

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Me I like the 'all well' chime after having on odd occasions the chimes of death.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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OK, then try resetting the SMC on your Mac. Follow these directions from Apple.

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