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Sound not working on MacBook Pro with Windows 7?


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Sound NOT working...sorry everybody.

One of the many problems I'm having (since installing it) is that I have no sound whatsoever when I'm in Windows 7. Everything is fine when I'm on the Mac side.
Furthermore, when in Windows, there is a red light (led?) coming from the headphone jack!? Once again, this is not the case when I am using it as a Mac.

Any help is appreciated.
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Do you have Snow Leopard? If you do, you should also have installed Boot Camp 3.0. Download Boot Camp 3.1, install it from within Windows. The red light coming out of your headphone jack indicates that your sound output is stuck in digital mode. The update address that issue.

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