MacBook Pro :: Mute Button Not Responding - No Sound

Apr 13, 2012

The mute button don't respond.

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Air :: Sound Not Working - How To Unlock Mute Button

Jun 20, 2012

How do I unlock my mute button?

Info:
MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Lion installation

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Jun 19, 2014

My audio button is stuck in mute and I have tried to PRAM reset and nothing has worked. Is there anything else to try.

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MacBook :: Speaker Clicking When Sound Is Mute?

Jul 21, 2009

Whenever my MacBook's sound is on mute and the computer wants to play a sound, the speaker has this little click noise.

For example, I mute the sound and go to trash a file. It trashes normally, but at the beginning, the speakers click (almost like they want to play that empty trash noise, but cannot because it is mute).

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MacBook Aluminum :: Speaker Popping On 2.4 GHz When Sound Mute?

Sep 9, 2009

I have been having this issue forever and want to do something about it now. Whenever the sound is mute on my notebook, and there should be sound playing (Ex.: Startup Chime), instead I get a LOUD pop noise. I understand the whole thing with the sound chip powering down to save battery life, but that requires the speakers to be un-muted. In my case, they are mute, and never get un-muted. What do you guys think. Logic Board/Speaker System Replacement?

Information:
Aluminum Unibody 2.4GHz MacBook (10.5.8)
Mac OS X (10.5.8)
2nd Gen. iPod touch (8 GB) with 3.0

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MacBook Pro :: Cannot Find Output Device Under Sound And Cannot Un-mute

Aug 31, 2014

I have a macbook pro and the audio on it the other day was perfect.  Now i cant get it to work.  It wont let me un mute it and under system preferences it says that no output devices are available. 

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MacBook Pro

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Hardware :: Mute Button Changed To Screen Rotation Lock

Mar 12, 2010

Apple revealed a minor tweak to the iPad hardware when preorders began Friday morning, with a button previously designated for audio muting changed to a "screen rotation lock." As first noticed by Jim Dalrymple at The Loop, the switch, located just above the volume controls on the right side of the device, is now devoted to locking the screen orientation in its current state. Previously, the switch was used to mute the iPad. One of the features Apple has touted with the iPad is that it can be used from any orientation the user sees fit. The new feature will prevent users from having the screen rotate unexpectedly as they use the device while browsing the Web, reading an e-book, or accomplishing any other task on the 9.7-inch screen. "There isn't even a single orientation," Jony Ive, senior vice president of design with Apple, said in the iPad's initial promotional video. "There's no up, there's no down, there's no right or wrong way of holding it. I don't have to change myself to fit the product. It fits me."

Like with the iPhone and iPod touch, the internal accelerometer of the iPad automatically adjusts the display to fit the orientation by which the user is holding the device. The iPad allows even more functionality than with the previous products, granting users the ability to turn the iPad completely upside down, with the home button up top, if they so choose. Because the iPad has a focus on reading e-books and newspapers, many users will undoubtedly use the device as they would a physical book or newspaper -- objects that are sometimes read by users laying on their side. The screen rotation lock would prevent the device from shifting as a user moves around. Additional physical inputs on the device are the on/off and sleep/wake button, volume up/down controls, and the home button. Apple began accepting preorders for the iPad Friday morning. Purchases for the device, scheduled to ship April 3 for the WiFi-only model, are limited to two per customer. [View this article at AppleInsider.com]

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Intel Mac :: There Is Not Sound Can't Use F Key To Turn On Of Off By Mute Key-off

Apr 21, 2012

I have no sound my my computer . I can't turn the on and off key and mute buy my key board , yes I am writting with it and offer keys work

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How To Mute Startup Sound On IMac

Apr 23, 2012

I was using it for a long time StartupSoundPrefPane11b3 with no problems, but this week I had to erase my hd and restore the disk from time machine.Since then I can't use anymore your program, I checked the boxes "Turn on startup volume control" and "Mute" and turn on the lock.After turn off and on again I get the startup sound. I went to system preferences, and "Startup Sound" program but the "Mute" checkbox is not active anymore. I'm running on a Mid 2007 iMac with 10.7.3 Lion software.

Info:
iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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OS X :: Unibody Macbook Trackpad Button Area Not Responding?

Jun 6, 2009

I have a question about the trackpad on my unibody macbook with the bad screen sadly . Is the "button" area of the trackpad (where the button would be) suppose to be unresponsive to movements, for example, when I move slowly along the button area, my mouse curser does not move at all while any movement in the middle is registered with high sensitivity. It only starts to register when I move towards to middle of the trackpad or quickly along the button. However, three and four finger gestures work perfectly along the button area. I have also notice that the corners of the trackpad are also unresponsive to movements.

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Intel Mac :: Sound Wont Turn Up Or Down Or Mute With Keys?

May 19, 2012

for some reason i turned my apple imac (intel) on today and the sound wont turn up or down or mute with keys and no sound when i plug the headphones in is there something ive done to cause this

Info:
iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Intel Mac :: No Output Preference Set To Mute - Sound Control In Toolbar Gone

Apr 30, 2012

My sound output preference is set to mute and is highlighted in light gray so that the preference can't be changed. Also, simultaneously, the sound control in the toolbar is gone and is replaced with an eject symbol that responds "SuperDrive F12" when clicked on.

Info:
iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Can't Mute After I Adjust Sound Volume In System Preferences

Feb 8, 2012

I watched a video and it was very loud so I went to System Preferences and turned the sound down.But now I can't mute by clicking the F9 button as I normally can. I can mute by going to System Preferences but I don't want to do this.Before I changed the volume in System Preferences, the keyboard keys worked fine for volume adjustment. I could make it quieter, louder or mute.I have tried with checking and not checking the option to display volume on the screen (in System Preferences).

Info:MBA v 3.2, 256GB SSD, 2.13GHz, 4GB, Other OS, 10.6.8

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Laptops :: Touch Pad Button Not Responding

Aug 3, 2009

I have a 17" MacBook Pro (early 2007). I was having a problem with the touch pad button not responding. Tired using a USB mouse - still had a problem. Lost all control of mouse.

SOLUTION: Battery had swollen slightly causing pressure on area below touch pad. Got a new battery (under extended warranty) at no cost; problem solved! It took the "Mac Genius" at the Apple store about 2 minutes to diagnose the problem.

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Mac Pro :: CD / DVD Eject Button On Keyboard Not Responding

Mar 6, 2008

Switcher here. First off, I can't for the love of god understand why apple didn't include a simple eject button on the chassi. Second, the eject button on the keyboard does not seem to work. It may be that I'm noob and all, but I tried both clicking and holding down the eject button on the keyboard. Result: a clicking the tray does some normal noise but nothing really happens?

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Software :: Trackpad Button Responding Improperly?

Sep 1, 2009

I haven't noticed this when using a USB mouse, but when I use my trackpad recently, and click on a non-active window, it focuses on the window I clicked on and then immediately "minimizes" it into the dock.

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Intel Mac :: Turned Off Suddenly And Not Responding To Power Button

Apr 10, 2012

My iMac desktop (purchased new in 2009) suddenly turned off this morning and won't respond to the power button even after the attempted SMH (right acronym?) reset.

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iMac

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MacBook Pro :: Intermittent Whine / Sound Right Above Power Button

Sep 18, 2008

For a while now, I've been getting a strange whine out of my mbp core duo right above the power button. I don't believe it's the common "whine" others have complained about as I've tried brightening the screen/turning on the camera. Tapping on the case will stop the sound for a bit, but it soon returns. The sound comes and goes, but in incredibly irritating.

I have a sample here. You may need to turn up the volume to hear it. Yesterday I replaced the right side fan, but the sound is back. Now I'm thinking it's the speaker, but don't want to spend more money on parts unless I'm relatively confident of the problem.

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MacBook Air :: Random Click Noise / Sound Coming Out Under Power Button

Feb 9, 2008

I got my MBA for 2 days now. Everything works fine except I heard these randomly Click noise coming out from under the power button place every once a while . It only does it once everytime when it happens and the click sound goes less than a second. Is this suppose to be normal?

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OS X :: Properly Reset PRAM - Start Up Sound Before Releasing Button

Jul 19, 2009

I understand the steps needed, but how many times should I reset the PRAM and how many times should I here the startup sound (in total) before releasing the buttons?

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OS X :: MacBook Not Coming Out Of Mute

Jun 21, 2009

I accidentally pressed ctrl-F5 on my Macbook. And now its on mute. Tried everything. Does not speak. What should I do?

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MacBook Air :: Stuck On Mute?

Jun 5, 2014

Recently I was watching Netflix on my air when static started coming out of the speakers. I paused the movie, shut down anything I had running and it was still static just not as loud. I turned off my Macbook, turned it on and nothing. It has been stuck on mute for a few days now.

Note: I've was not using headphones when this occurred. I had tried plugging in headphone and still no sound, I unplugged them, no sound.

Info:
MacBook Air

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MacBook Pro :: Headphones Won't Go In The Headphone Jack And Volume Stuck On Mute?

Mar 31, 2012

my headphones will only go about halfway into the headphone jack and the volume is stuck on mute. it looks like there is something sticking out inside of the headphone jack.

Info:
MacBook Pro

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Click On Play Button In DVD-player / Button Becomes Purple Square

Feb 19, 2012

When I click on the play button in DVD-player, the button becomes a purple square. Has someone got a solution?

Info:
MacBook, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X :: Mute Single Window / Tab?

Jun 15, 2010

I use safari, but also use FireFox or Chrome occasionally, I'm just wondering if anyone knows how to mute audio on a single window or tab on any of these browsers.

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Mac Pro :: Volume Stuck On Mute

Jul 30, 2010

I have a late 2006 Mac Pro 3Ghz dual. Recently the volume dropped down to nothing and when I access the control panel, I see the mute button checked on all outputs except the digital (the one I have never used). All inputs are also muted and I cannot uncheck any of them. The little volume indicator is sitting in the lower middle of my screen and won't go away.

I have tried:
Zapping PRAM
repairing permissions
trashing the sound pref
using a different account
multiple restarts and shut downs
unplugged and re-plugged both the headphones and line out

And none of it has worked. The sound indicator shows up with the startup screen and never goes away and I have no sound. If I drag the volume slider up, it just goes back down. I am guessing this is a failing motherboard, being that I have lost my "A" RAM slot, but I really hope not. This is going to be unbearable to live with.

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Mac Pro :: Audio Stuck On Mute?

Jul 5, 2012

When I reboot, the audio is muted. The slider audio from the top finder window is totally greyed out and when I goto system preferences it seems to lag and stall out. After many attempts I am able to get into the sound prefences and see that everything else is muted and I am unable to change anything. 

I am assuming it is trying to use the optical audio or something like that. I try to open the audio Midi app in utilities but I do not see much options to change. I am not sure what to change.  

I had the similar problem with a laptop that went to mute due to the optical audio jack getting messed up so it would default to optical audio. However, pluging headphones in I could still hear audio. On my mac pro the headphone jack does not work either.   

After trying to reset the PRAM and SMC settings, disk permissions I am still having the problem.

I'm about to do a fresh install of Lion on a spare Hard drive and see if them problem is there present. I have added a Blu-ray burner to the lower bay in my mac pro. Could this cause a problem with audio?

Info:
Mac Pro (Early 2009), Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X :: Volumes Reset To Mute When Mac Turned On?

Feb 24, 2009

The normal output volume is saved when you turn your mac off, but for some reason the input volume and sound effects are reset to mute when I turn it back on, why is this? Does anybody else have this problem its just incredibly tedious especially when you go to talk to someone on ichat only to find they cant hear and after about 10 seconds you realise and have to open up system preferences and change everything, also it means I don't hear when my mail arrives too.

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Intel Mac :: Cannot Turn Off Mute - Grayed Out?

May 22, 2012

My computer seems to be on mute and cannot turn it off. Its gray and does not give me the option neither in the task bar or in system preferences to turn it off. Already tried command PR and nothing.

Info:
IMAC, iPhone OS 3.1.2

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Desktops :: How To Mute The Startup Chime In IMac 10.6.3

Apr 17, 2010

I like to use my iMac 24" at odd times and wish to mute the startup chime (or at least make it quieter) so I won't wake up my spouse. Apple Tech support helped me do that when I had 10.5.8 but they deleted several cache files buried deep within the OS. My tech support has expired and I wonder if any of you can help?

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