Question about Apple MacBook Air
For a month now I've had a problem with the sound on my Macbook Air stopping randomly. Up until now, my solution has been to restart. This has worked until today, when the speaker image on the volume is grayed out and will not even go up or down. No output device is listed under sounds.
I have updated all Mac software and am in the process of repairing permissions, but I'm still not sure that it will be repaired.
It sounds like the sound card on the main board has gone out. Since you have a Mac Airbook, I will almost guarantee that it is still under warranty and you should be able to go to apples website and make an appointment with the Genius Bar at the local store and then have them repair it for you. Back up any important data before you do this, including your itunes music collection and your photos.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
Yes and after 3 or 4 months you'll the same problem again like i did! My book Air was fixed 3 times for the same reason, it was replaced for a new one and guess after 4 months i've the same problem, it looks like Macbook Airs are faulty, is Apple using low quality cables and charging top prices? Apple is not the same quality as it used to be... The solution is to complain to Apple and demand the quality worth the money you paid for your laptop
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
SOURCE: Macbook Air No Sound
Sounds like one of the cables inside is not connected correctly or something along those lines so I would get apple to get it repaired ( which may cost a fair amount )
Posted on May 31, 2009
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