Thanks for the idea, but how is doing a factory reset going to help? The only problem is when I use mac. If you have any external device which is attached with speakers, Mac wants to make that output device. The only workaround until next cold boot in which the issue arises again was to delete youtube. The options are all greyed out and dead. All my software is up to date.
I would turn it all of the way up and still it was really low volume. If it helps there is no red light coming out of the macs output. If your computer is under warranty, just take it in to get fixed. MacBook Pro :: No Sound And No Internal Speaker Option In The System Preferences? If I insert the headphones the 'Headphones port' appears. When I tried the same with another embedded video, however, I only got sound from the internal speaker.
I do not have any internal and output devices found under the System Preferences. Is it the same price at Best Buy as it is the Apple Store? However, when running window 7 on bootcamp, I do have audio from my internal speaker and there is a red led right from the headphone jack. I have two airport express devices with hifi systems connected. The Cirrus chip is for the main audio functionality. I've purchased a mini displayport to hdmi adapter and connected everything but I cannot for the life of me get any sound to come through the tv. I have the same problem.
I gues this must mean that the speakers have been disabled, but can't figure out how to enable them. I used these speakers earlier in the year, and they worked well. It shows a stop sign when I tried to increase or decrease the volume. I tried the same headphones on the eMac sitting next to it, and it worked just fine. To resolve this problem that Mac not playing sounds, please follow the solutions below. Jun 5, 2010 I just plugged headphones into the headphone port on my iMac dual core 2. I have tried plugging and unplugging the jack countless times but that did not help.
Rebuilding this circuit is fairly straight forward if you have the proper tools. The fix has to do with a missing codec needed to play certain audio files. And then, drag the output volume to the right and disable the Mute check box. But with just internal the little picture on screen comes up so the keys work but it doesn't affect the volume? Highlight your hard drive and click on Verify Disk on the far right. Voila' — Pops are gone.
When I change the settings to Use audio port for Sound Input, it uses the internal speaker to play my music with no static or distorted noise. Oct 26, 2009 Peculiar problem. But is does not work. In addition, sometimes this problem would not arise for a few days, and then suddenly start up again. The speakers I have are the Logitech X-240 with a subwoofer. Solution 2: Check Headphone Port Check if there is anything blocking the headphone port: Raise the notebook and blow air into the headphone jack to clear the dust in the line-in port. Computer is cooling, and when cpu reaches 50-55 degrees Celsium, from 80 degrees, because of heavy load ,my left speaker produces a single loud pop sound.
When i close all the apps here starts interesting I have Istat installed, so i can see what temps are in my system. I think that whatever the issue is it was caused by a force shut down. Then I decided downgrading to Mavericks and did a clean installation but for my surprise the behavior was the same than with Yosemite. I solved this issue very simply. This will solve the issue. When I check the settings, the output device switches randomly between Internal and Digital output.
Once I slid them back together, I thought I had solved my problem. I also discovered that the internal speakers don't sound and don't appear in the window of sound preferences. I have also checked under the system profiler and it says that there is no information available for my bluetooth. I have no red light in the socket. What do i do about this? Dec 21, 2009 I have a 2.
I have no idea where the Digitial Output is coming from and this started about a month again. I restarted and boom, back to normal! If the sound doesn't work either way, it's likely a logic board problem. I own a mid 2008 Macbook Pro pre-unibody, more info below and I know that I've used it before. Unplug the computer's power cord. First shout down your Mac computer. In prefereneces the Audio is set to Digital out - Optical digital-out port with no other options available. I couldn't find any Mac sound cards on newegg and am having trouble finding results anywhere else.
I rebooted the machine and still, same thing. Everything is working fine, except that there is no sound. Thank you so much for the tip about going to Sound in Preferences. Jun 5, 2012 i have no sound on my macbook pro and no internal speaker option in the system preferences. Before I changed the volume in System Preferences, the keyboard keys worked fine for volume adjustment.