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 Post subject: Hi i was wondering about this
PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2003 2:05 am 
I found a deal on ebay but before i bid i was wondering about this

the computer has lost the internal sound but external sound works fine
is this a logic board issue? and does it bode ill for the ibook down the road?


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2003 10:25 am 
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It is most likely a logic board issue. It isn't a flag for anything down the road.

-Bradley
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I am thinking about buying a similar iBook-

the specifics of the issue are that the iBook thinks it is plugged in to an external a/v source, so the internal speakers do not output sound, but the headphone (a/v multi) jack does.

Since the logic board is pretty much the only board in the iBook, that's obviously the source of the issue in some way.

I have been able to find this issue on the Apple boards, with no resolution. I don't really care about this problem but are you saying that it's not likely to affect anything else or spawn into other board problems?

Thanks!
joe


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