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Headphones volume level is separate from the built-in speaker output. For example you can set the speakers' volume to 0 before plugging in headphones and then adjusting the headphones' volume to something different. When the headphones cable is unplugged, the system goes back to the previous volume value. If I remember correctly, recent Macs also have a ...
This happens to me all the time. I often switch audio device's for pro audio, but it also happens other times using different applications. Open Terminal (Utilities) Enter "killall coreaudiod" Enter your user/admin password Your volume controls should be working now. I've reset my NVRAM and PRAM, as well as repaired disk permissions, yet still have to ...
To permanently change iTunes behaviour, you'd need to switch off Keep iTunes Media folder organised - though it will soon disorganise itself if you also uncheck... Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to Library Unless you want to permanently change the behaviour of how iTunes keeps itself organised [or temporarily, with the added challenge of ...
Yes, you will be able to use your internal mic and headphones. A useful shortcut is option click on the speaker icon on the menu bar.
If resetting the PRAM doesn't work, you may try installing the latest Combo Update, like this one: OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 Update - https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1833?locale=en_US
Apple just released the Bootcamp 6 for Windows 10. Check in this article if your Model qualifies and how to do it.
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