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There is loud static during an oovoo call what is

I use no headphones first of all cuz most situations like this are becuz of headphones. but anyways the first time i used oovoo which was like two days ago and it was fine but the second time i usedd it i heard LOUD static and it will not stop and i dont know wat the problem is. So can somebody help me please!?!? -Thank You

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The only thing I can think of to resolve the issue is to reset your System Management Controller - unplug he power cord, hold down the power button for 5 seconds, and then release.

If the issue persists, your computer should be less than a year old since that line was just released, contact Apple directly at 1-800-MY-APPLE.

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