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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by MyNameIsMac, Jun 4, 2010.
What exact Mac and Mac OS X version do you have? I guess it's the latest MBP (13", 15" or 17") with Mac OS X 10.6.3?
Have you taken a look at System Profiler?
What does it say under System Preferences > Sound > Output?
Have you maybe de-selected to play feedback when volume is changed?
Since when does that problem occur and what might have triggered it?
And please stop using that hideous Comic Sans typeface, it makes reading harder.
If you have Snow Leopard, you might try a reinstallation, no data is getting lost during that process, maybe it can restore a driver issue.
What should the system profiler say thats normal?
I fixed it myself. Thank you!
Can you give more detail?
HTML/CSS Code.........fixed a driver.......
I am the master.
i figured it out.
That is easy to find out. Just going to my bloody blog, which is being linked to from my profile page, can answer you this.
But if that is even real information is questionable.
Greetings to West Boylston (Chrome with 13" MBP) or maybe even Rockford (Safari with 15" MBP).
Btw, how can you fix a driver with HTML/CSS?
The OP is just talking BS.
I think so too, but it would be nice to see more of that. The size of the letters might be an indication of that.
Lol, I'll have a half ounce of whatever the OP has been smoking
your asking how a css code can fix a driver? seriously? are you educated?
I see the misunderstanding. I said the sound was the problem, but it was the sound icon. I apologize. To fix this, I used a program that gets me into unix to fix the html/css photo to whatever photo/sound icon I want. Html visually presents information, thus I fixed it through that code.
So a presentation language can be used to fix a programming language hiccup? Nice. Next time we edit 1000s of tapes in Groups I just use iMovie then or the doctors could use a fig to puncture the lumbar vertebrae.
If you wouldn't be as smug as you are right now and don't want to share your knowledge (not every human being knows about CSS and what is it there for), then please go away. If this would be the TNZ you would read words that are censored by this board's software.
When you finished puberty you might change though, but lamebook still kills that hope.
And deleting your original post will make it better? You haven't communicated your problem properly, come off as a know-it-all and tell us you can fix a driver via CSS, when all you did was fixing an icon.
I still won't edit my post after I saw your "correction". Greetings to West Boylston or Rockford (which I hope it isn't, because of James Garner).
Where is West Boylston? And I am a 70 year old woman.
I should have been more specific about my knowledge of some of these areas....
More like a thirteen year-old kid. And no one cares to hear any more excuses. This thread is finished.
Who invited bill gates to the mac forums?
I am really lost..but I reported this thread.
Hey I have the same macbook pro! I wanted to go 17" with i7, but that was a big jump in price, so 15" was big enough and the way to go.
All that matters is that I fixed my mac!
let's keep talking about it
Hey you have the same mac too, except I have a glossy screen.
how's that working out for you while outdoors?
Glare isn't actually that bad. It's a vivid screen which I wanted. By getting the anti-glare, you lose all color. My screen is right, colorful, brilliant, radiant, vibrant, glaring, strong, bold, deep, intense, rich, and warm.
My screen is very nice. It is graphic, evocative, realistic, lifelike, faithful, authentic, clear, detailed, lucid, eloquent, striking, arresting, impressive, colorful, rich, picturesque, dramatic, lively, stimulating, interesting, fascinating, scintillating; memorable, powerful, stirring, moving, and telling.
It is visual, symbolic, pictorial, illustrative, diagrammatic; drawn, and written- truly vivid, expressive, detailed; uninhibited, powerful, colorful, rich, lurid, shocking; realistic, descriptive, illustrative, picturesque; telling, and effective.
It is a considerable, substantial, significant, appreciable, special, serious; exceptional, and extraordinary glossy display that can win a fight with an anti-glare any day. You may get glare, but it is worth the sacrifice.
In conclusion, my macbook pro screen is fine, superior, quality work, excellent, superb, outstanding, magnificent, exceptional, marvelous, wonderful, first-rate, first-class, sterling; satisfactory, acceptable,hunky-dory, ace, terrific, fantastic, fabulous, top-notch, blue-chip, killer, class, awesome, wicked; smashing, and brilliant.
THIS SCREEN IS FAR-OUT!
The difference between both displays is that my display is vivid and has emotion.