Currently Being ModeratedDec 19, 2012 4:10 PM (in response to grok12)
There are a couple thing you should try that will most likely resolve your issue. More than likely you have a short term hardware recognition issue. First try doing an SMC and PRAM reset.
Shut down computer > Pull power cord out of the back > hold the power button down for 15 seconds > reconnect and re-start machine
This resets the system management controller which drains the capacitors and allows the power distribution for the logic board to be reset.
Shut down computer > Hold down Command + Option + P + R > power on computer > Continue holding down those 4 keys until you hear the startup chime 2-3 times.
If this doen't work shoot me an email
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Currently Being ModeratedDec 19, 2012 9:12 PM (in response to pkjok3r)
Thanks for the reply, pkjok3r, I tried both suggestions but neither worked.
Apparently the host removed your email address so hopefully we can pick this up back here since no one else seems to have any ideas.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 20, 2012 11:51 AM (in response to grok12)
Honestly I'm sorry to say that theres not much else you can do if that does not work. I would say you could take it to an apple store and have them check on it. If you're not under AppleCare I would just get a USB headphone jack, instead of paying apple's RIDICULOUS out of pocke repair rates.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 22, 2013 1:11 PM (in response to grok12)
I finally found a solution. I found this thread. Scroll down to mikehammon's post.
His solution is to plug in some iPhone headphones. For whatever reason that fixes the problem and you can go back to your regular headphones and they will work!