Question about Apple MacBook Air
Sound works when speakers or headphones are plugged in. No sound without them. I know the internal speakers work because I can hear the internal bong when it is booting up.
Tried so far - rebooting; rebooting with speakers in the jack then removing; removing battery; inserting a bobby pin, q-tip half, paper clip and plastic tube of a pen and "wiggling" them around. Not sure if I'm wiggling properly though.
Still getting the same thing that no device is selected. Can someone give me more specific wiggling instructions?
Go to prefrence pane select sound then output bar and arrange the volume labeling , can you hear some sound.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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