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Intel High Definition Audio:Device ID: 0x106B00A0

No sound in my imac intel based

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  • spheigne Aug 28, 2008

    Imac 1,8 with sond probleme, it seems the 0x106B00A0 audio peripheric is not configured, and I have no way to configure it in the configuration interface.

  • kid2cool1 Dec 11, 2008

    What about if everything is gray and i can't click on anything? because that's my problem. I have no sound, and i can't click on anything in the sound option of System Preferences

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Sound is controlled in the Systems Preferences. Go to the Apple icon (top left on top menu bar), then Systems Preferences > Sound. Check the Input Output configurations, making sure that mute is off and volume is on appropriately. I would think the "Built In" choices would be appropriate. I hope this helps.

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