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Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by Wadawalker, Oct 22, 2014.
Thank you Yosemite.
Finally, that super annoying boot up sound is gone.
You referring to the chime?
Yes, that loud and obnoxious chime.
The chime is not gone, but if you have sound muted before you reboot it will be muted as well. This has been this way since forever.
My systems must have been broken then cos I always got the chime, muted or otherwise. I wouldn't have minded so much if it at least respected the system volume, but boy that sucker was loud.
Noobs will always be noobs... That chime is the trademarks of all Macs...!
This is what happens when Apple entices these Windows mother****ers with Yosemite ugly **** and blatant copying of Windows features and now they want to get rid of everything essentially Mac so that they can have an alternative version of "Windows"...
Well that escalated quickly.
In fact I don't see a point of this thread other than just a NOOB bragging about getting rid of Mac features ON A MAC...
This sound is just so awkward in meetings and the library. I never saw the need of it other than letting the world know that I have a MacBook. There are ways to turn it off or suppress it by the way: http://osxdaily.com/2012/11/04/disable-mac-boot-chime/
This is not a feature, this sound is terrible. For what you need it ? You cannot look if you want to go the the boot manager ? Just noise ...
Just let you Mac sleep...
What ^ he said. Still there, just your sound is muted. Turn it back on and reboot and you will hear it...
Our bong is burnt into the EFI. I just have mine one notch off mute and you can hardly hear it.
It was a travesty losing the old classic boot up logo but the new one isn't that bad. A Macintosh without a bong wouldn't feel like a Mac to an old un like me
I love that Bong.
Hope Apple will improve it (if ever) and never completely remove it.
I hope they never touch it, there is nothing wrong with it. That noise is iconic!
The bong is the voice of Mac. Steve Jobs would haunt them all if they even dared to get rid of it!
Do you use external speakers? Changing the volume with those plugged doesn't affect the chime.
I do yes. Maybe that was it. Genuinely not noticed if it's still around in 10.10 since I've been busy doing other stuff the couple of occasions I've had to restart. All I know is that you could hear the old ones downstairs. I've never been "against" it, just wish it was quieter and more a gentle "chime" than a wake up "bong"
Last I heard, the bong is played at the end of the ram check, signifying no bad ram was discovered. Kind of an important function.
There used to be a trick, plugging something into the headphone jack to keep it silent.
Boot sound is just stupid and annoying like hell. I really hate this. I hear it more often these days because I have to force power-off my clean installed 10.10 which was updated to 10.10.1.
I don't understand why some people always reply with "this is a feature, praise Apple" non-sense.
I wish Apple just add a tick box in System Preference somewhere and I'll even pretend to believe it's Magical. This boot noise adds nothing to a rMBP which has no user replaceable components. Nobody is going to listen to the boot noise and diagnose what's wrong with their machine.
If true, a meaningful error message on the screen would be more...meaningful.
The second comment is pure Apple and what kept me away for years. A workaround needed to do common things a user might want to do. To me this is the true irony of Apple user friendliness.