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Apple has released a firmware update for MacBook Pro systems that addresses a problem with sudden shutdowns under low battery conditions. Here is the article--> http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13727_7-57322800-263/apple-issues-smc-update-for-macbook-pro-systems/ Here is the Firmware update page. http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1474
That error code means your HDD is dead.. It may be corrupt; it's unusable. You will need a new SATA HDD.
Source: Google and my experience with that error in my Macbook Pro.
FCTB_Init_c051884345bf42a4a9c154223e7d2f63(document['FCTB_Init_6e224391880b406abfb85fe687432776']); delete document['FCTB_Init_6e224391880b406abfb85fe687432776']
Plug in your external speakers then go to system preferences then sound when in the sound control panel go to the output tab and select the external speakers as the device for sound output and of course at the bottom of the control panel make sure that the mute check box is unchecked and turn up the volume. Hope this helps
External speakers can be connected to the earphone jack,BUT remember the computer output is only designed to power earphones not big speakers. The speakers have to have an amp built in, like some desktop speakers. Also if you use an adapter to connect the speakers, you MUST make sure the grounds and output wires are matched correctly or you will fry the computers audio board or worse.
Connect external speakers, headphones, or optical digital audio equipment. The headphone / line output jack accommodates optical digital audio output, analog audio output with a 24-bit, 44.1-192 kHz D/A converter, digital audio output up to 24-bit stereo and 44.1-192 kHz sampling rate and supporting encoded digital audio output (AC3 and DTS). For analog headphone / line output a standard audio cable with 3.5mm metal plug should be used. For digital audio, a standard Toslink cable with a Toslink mini-plug adapter can be used. You can find the Digital to Analog converted:
http://tinyurl.com/9ms8mv Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe