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My mac keeps shutting off sound when i press return

I dont know why my macbook keeps shutting off sound when i press return

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The method for resetting your Mac's SMC depends on the type of Mac you have. All SMC reset instructions require shutting down your Mac first. If your Mac fails to shut down, try pressing and holding the power button until the Mac shuts down, which usually takes 10 seconds or so.

Mac portables with user-removable batteries (MacBook and most MacBook Pros):

1.Shut down your Mac.
2.Disconnect your Mac portable from its MagSafe connector.
3.Remove the battery.
4.Press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds.
5.Release the power button.
6.Re-install the battery.
7.Reconnect the MagSafe connector.
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Mac portables with non-user-removable batteries (MacBook Air and some late 2009 MacBook Pro models):

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Mac desktops (Mac Pro, iMac, Mac mini):

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4.Release the power button.
5.Reconnect your Mac's power cord.
6.Wait five seconds.
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Alternative SMC reset for Mac Pro:

If you have a Mac Pro that isn't responding to the normal SMC reset as described above, you can force a manual SMC reset by using the SMC reset button located on the Mac Pro's motherboard.

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5.Close the Mac Pro's side door.
6.Reconnect your Mac's power cord.
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8.Start your Mac by pressing the power button.
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