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I deleted it, emptied the trash, and rebooted. No effect. Did I miss a step somewhere in setup? Is there something different that I need to do that I am not already doing? My host system is MacOS Sierra This is the only system I have tried this on, and I do not have access to any other OS to try.

Any help anyone can give would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Could this be an issue specific to High Sierra? I do not have High Sierra, just regular Sierra I'm using a Mac mini Late with a 2. If there are any other details I need to provide about my Mac, let me know what you need and I will find that information for you. I did actually select Built-in. Didn't have any effect.

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Yes, after I had deleted the extension, I forgot what it was called. Apple Audio Extension is the one that I deleted. I checked other forums and even YouTube videos to see if anybody else has had this problem or other solutions to try, but nobody has suggested doing anything different than visiting the Sound control panel. I'm really at a loss as to what I can do to get sound.

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This is a bit handwavy, but what happens if you disable jit altogether? I'd expect there to be no difference, but the obvious things all appear to be configured correctly Nothing happened. Everything appeared and sounded, or lack thereof the same as before.

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