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My Macbook started making a clicking noise internally, then stopped and now doesnt make any sound. The only option I have for output is my internal speaker, even when the headphones are plugged in. Also I cannot get any input volume from my built-in mic. I can turn the volume controls up and down, but no sound is coming out of headphones or internal speakers, and it is not muted.

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My macbook- doesn't give out sound thru external speakers and no sound in headphones . I bearly hear the internal speakers either so I took it to Apple Genius (with appointment) and they tested my macbook with their software fr.Macbook Pro using ethernet cord and start playing music and my macbook speakers- internal and external are loud again. WOW! So it's the infested 3rd party software such as Limewire and all others that we love to downloaded (but there are too many to figure it out which one is bad)...SO I backed up my stuffs and reinstalled macos X tiger and all is new again....WORKING PERFECT NOW!!! RE-INSTALL!!!! Thanks Apple Store!!!!!!

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Go to the system preferences from by clicking the Apple->system preferences menu. check the mute option is on or not. Also check the other options 

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