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Windows 7 does not support MacBook Pro Sound Card


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When I run 7 on Bootcamp 2, an orange LED turns on on the inside of the headphone jack, and no audio works. I have tried plugging in headphones and speakers... and still, nothing.

I already opened devmgmt.msc and tried updating the drivers for sound, but it says it's up to date. Is there a fix out there?

My audio specs are:
Intel High Definition Audio:

Device ID: 0x106B00A0
Audio ID: 46
Available Devices:
Speaker:
Connection: Internal
Headphone:
Connection: Combo
Internal Microphone:
Connection: Internal
Line In:
Connection: Combo
S/P-DIF Out:
Connection: Combo
S/P-DIF In:
Connection: Combo



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Did you install the 64bit version of Windows 7? I think a lot of driver problems has to do with this 64bit version of Windows 7... And you did install the official drivers from the original Snow Leopard DVD?

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What is the soundcard in macbook pro ?

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Did you install the 64bit version of Windows 7? I think a lot of driver problems has to do with this 64bit version of Windows 7... And you did install the official drivers from the original Snow Leopard DVD?


How do I know if it's 32 or 64? and I installed the Leopard DVD with bootcamp

What is the soundcard in macbook pro ?



How do I check? I thought it would be in the info I posted

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I've got the exact same problem. W7 64bit on a 2.66ghz mid 2010 MBP 13". No sound at all. Tried installing Realtek drivers, but no go. Are there any fixes to this problem? My friend with the exact same setup has no sound either.

Are there any "real" drivers for the sound system? What kind of audio hardware does the MBP even have?





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