ATI SBX00 DRIVER

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Tue Feb 19, 8: Modprobing snd-hda-intel finishes, but this appears in dmesg: March 11th, 2. Soundcards recognised by ALSA!!

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Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Have you tried re-installing the alsa sound card driver from the package manager not source? Did you run alsaconf? This bug is missing log files that will aid in diagnosing the problem.

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The time now is Any help appreciated Quote:. This change has been made by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team.

April 15th, 5. This bug report is a duplicate of: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. The sound in working. But there is no sound and that kmix issue continues Tue Feb 19, 9: That was the problem with my microphone input. When I xti lspci with both kernels, the same devices are there: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Tue Feb 19, 1: Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues.

ATI SBx00 sound

Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. March 11th, 3. Actually, perhaps you should just make use of ‘alsa-info’?

Board index All times are UTC. Which driver is in use according to ‘lspci -k’? How did you solve your problem?

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