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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by dragon01, Dec 7, 2008.
Do anyone know how to disable the start up sound on alum macbook?
why would you want to do that?? the sound is a hardware test being completed successfully.
Sometimes people don't like to "chime" in class when they start up for example
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if your volume is down you wont hear the sound. i just realized this the other day. i thought my machine wasnt passing the hardware test.
Thanks for link alg82
Turn down the volume all the way down or mute the MacBook before shutting it down. When you turn it back on the "bong" won't be heard.
AHH thank you!!!
Yeah when I start mine up in class I just make sure I press the mute button first.
You can also always plug headphones in so you don't have to remember to mute it or turn the volume down before shutting it down.
Nope, plugging the headphones won't help.. doesn't work on my white macbook at least.
The internal speaker volume needs to be muted in order to mute the startup chime. If the headphones volume was muted but not the speakers, the startup chime will sound when you restart.