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No sound when running in Parallels 6
I'm getting no sound from my Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop install on Parallels 6. I have enabled User sound, and checked my inputs and outputs. I am using an iMac 2.66GHz i5.
Jan 5 '11 at 1:45
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