3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 1, 2012 7:43 AM by Beetone
Beetone Level 2 (320 points)

When I purchased my MacBook Pro, with Lion installed, several months ago, I set up the system with my name as administrator, using a form of my name which was different from that which I used on my old iMac. I then went through the migration process, transferring all my stuff from the iMac to my MacBook Pro. I then had two administrators in the MacBook Pro. As everything seemed to be working ok I recently deleted the original MBP administrator setup.

Now, when I attempt to play a song in iTunes I get the message “There are no speakers connected to the AirPlay device’XxxxXxx’”. The name of the Airplay device referred to is my  administrator name which is no longer in use and has now been deleted. In other words, iTunes seems to think it is linked to the administrator as set up when I first acquired the MacBook Pro, before migrating my setup from the iMac.

The MacBook Pro speakers are working ok with other applications such as Safari and FaceTime.

Can anyone help me with this? I was wondering if I need to reinstall OS X Lion.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)