No sound

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by mbpnewbie, Sep 6, 2009.

  1. mbpnewbie macrumors regular

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    Hey all, I was watching a movie on the bus using my headphones earlier today, and whe I got home just now, the internal speakers aren't working. There is a red light coming from the headphone port.. and the volume can not be adjusted.. is there a software fix, or do I have to take this thing to the genius bar?
    ETA: I restarted the computer, still no dice...


    ETA 2: never mind, I fixed it...
     
  2. sharkync macrumors regular

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    How you fixed it might be nice to post so others may benefit.
     
  3. creon macrumors 6502

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    A fix would be valued. Spread the knowledge my friend!
     
  4. AppleTecFan macrumors 6502

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    I get a red light from my headphone port when I'm in windows 7 does anyone know why?
     
  5. omgitscro macrumors 6502a

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    The red light in the headphone/microphone port signifies that Digital in/output is being used, as opposed to analog.

    The most common fix: Insert headphones into the port, then yank 'em out. Repeat until the light goes away. It's just something that's stuck inside. I have friends with MBP's that had this issue, I did too once.
     
  6. mbpnewbie thread starter macrumors regular

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    That's what I did.. It only took once tho...
     
  7. andrewsilk macrumors newbie

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    fix to internal speakers not working

    Hi, I had the same issue and the port had a small red light coming out of it. It is stuck in digital audio mode, and likely just needs to be cleaned. I stuck a tooth pick in there gently and a tiny bit of lint came out. It instantly worked as soon as I plugged and unplugged my headphones. It now recognizes that nothing is plugged in and the internal speakers work again!
     

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