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Volume Problem on Apple Laptop

When I push the volume buttons, I get an image with a slash over it, basically implying that I can't do anything with the volume.  When I go into System Preferences and click sound, I'm not able to click anything for output volume.  Thank you for your time.

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Sounds like the volume is muted. Right click on the speaker icon and it should allow you to un-mute it. If that does not work, you need to download or reinstall your sound drivers. If you do not have the cd you can get the sound drivers from the apple website.

I hope this helps. Please rate.

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