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comment “reload” mac audio drivers without rebooting
@dev you are correct. It must have had a * at the end or something. Don't really remember. Maybe got deleted in editing or something. Good catch.
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comment “reload” mac audio drivers without rebooting
@dev I remember (at least at the time, I guess it was snow leopard?) there were also other processes running, that will get stuck and their name started with coreaudio but at least on El Capitan it looks they may not be present.
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comment “reload” mac audio drivers without rebooting
@Aron you much have some software (driver) installed that (on boot?) replaces or changes things back. Ideally they also provided you with an uninstaller that removes that faulty software/driver.
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comment “reload” mac audio drivers without rebooting
@vaughan what is your OSX version? any special hardware? like fancy microphone or speakers or audio devices with specially drivers?
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comment Mac OS X: Best Way to Make an ISO from a CD or DVD
This gives me a resource busy error, although no finder window is open to the DVD and no disk utility or any other app that I can find is using the DVD?
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