Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Teddieedd1e, Oct 24, 2007.
Has anyone muted it? If so, what program do you use?
i think you can mute it just by having your volume control on mute before you reset
or plug in some headphones
or press and hold the mute key while pressing the power button
why did you shutdown your mac in the first place?
Thanks for the helps. And to your question Raider007, I'm using my desktop right now. I don't have anything on my MBP yet and not gonna do anything to it until I get the Leopard OSX.
i havent shut mine down in over a month im sure
i shut down my laptop each time I use it to save battery life...
i would never disable my apple chime. the chime is telling you there are no hardware problems. when there is no chime... you have hardware failure.
Putting it to sleep really REALLY slowly drains battery. No need to turn your machine all the way off unless you won't be using it for a couple days IMO.
Of course everyone has their own quirks.
if you close the lid, the battery drain is so slow you can open it back up over a week later and still use it...
no reason to shut down laptops unless you're not going to use it for 10+ days...
I wish there was a program out there that when You turn your Mac on it gives you a greeting Like "Good Morning Dave" in Independence Day with Will Smith.
You could change the startup screen in OS 7, 8, & 9 like they had on Independence Day.
I'd do that, but it'd creep me out.
Then it'd go "I'm sorry Dave, I can't do that."