My MacBook Air's audio is not working. It says no output.
My audio on my MacBook Air is not working. When I go into System Preferences and go to Sound, the mute box is checked and greyed out. My Mac can't play anything including iTunes and YouTube, even system sounds such as the sound when you send an email. I have reset the NVRAM and repaired the disk using Disk Utility.
Cleaning the keyboard is done best with a can of compressed air, you can pick them up on Amazon or places like Curry’s PC World, it should only cost you a few quid. Using the straw like attachment on the can and your MacBook switched off, tip your MacBook forward 80 degrees and spray close to all the keys on the board. Do not worry about.
Permanently turn off the Mac startup sound. You can permanently turn off the Mac startup sound using a terminal command. Here's how to silence the Mac startup chime for good.
Double-click Sound, video and game controllers. Double-click the audio device. Click the Driver tab. Click the Uninstall button. If prompted, restart Windows. Insert your Mac OS installation disk. If the installer window doesn’t appear automatically, click the Start button, then click Computer. Click the drive that contains the Mac OS.
A few days ago, my MacBook Pro decided suddenly to tell me that it had no Output Audio Devices for sound. Clicking the volume keys or the mute button did nothing, no sound, and basically the onscreen display showed a symbol that indicated there was no device for the sound output anyway. When I went to check the Sound Preferences Pane, it showed that I had no devices whatsoever. Sound Input was.
Out of the blue, my trusty MacBook Pro sounded a lot less sweet. It was pretty late at night, and I was cuing up another episode of the popular Binging with Babish YouTube cooking series, when the.
I've upgraded to ubuntu 11.04 and since then the audio stopped working (I was on 10.10 before that). I'm using a Macbook Air 3,2 and these are details of my audio card: description: Audio.