imacintel said:Ok. I am on an iMac, and there is a weird red light that comes out of my headphone jacks. But it is only sometimes that it happens. It also happens in windows. What could this be? Is my iMac intel possesed?
You're confusing him with another 'mac' member....iGary said:You defintely do not have The Great Secret to Life™, then.
Ah.... well, I haven't installed it, so I didn't know.ManchesterTrix said:Unless you read Apple's Bootcamp documentation.
This just happened to me today. My MacBook Pro was plugged into speakers via the headphone jack when I closed it. The next morning I unplugged it from the speakers and the power without waking the machine so that I could pack it for work. Upon opening it my internal speakers spotted working.Graeme said:... now I don't have audio through the internal speakers, however audio still works through the port.
Unless you are lucky, Apple will recognize that it is your own damage to the machine and not covered under warranty; therefore expect to pay for it. Your best bet will be to take it to an independent Apple dealer, preferably one with whom you alreadyt have a good relationship.Graeme said:when my foot got caught in a cable and pulled my lappy off the desk pulling the audio cable out and bending it. So now I don't have audio through the internal speakers, however audio still works through the port.
Anyone know of a fix or if Apple is going to charge me for fixing it if I have to send it in? It's a MacBook Pro by the way if that matters.
Tmog said:I have the problem in Mac OS and when it is on the speakers are disabled, does anyone know how to disable the digital out in Mac OS?
My light never turns off. It's suppose to be on all the time since you're only suppose to be connect Toslink cables into the port and nothing else.Hey guys, I had the same problem, accidentally pulled the chord and red light came on. well no worries, its just a switch inside the head phone jack. i called apple and talked to them. they told me to use a toothpick or something, 1) put the tooth pick inside the headphone jack. 2) rotate it (how ever you want in any direction just untill it turns off, cuz it took me some time to figure out were to turn it too). and that should do the trick.