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HdaIntelSoundHowto – Community Help Wiki
Use the ‘Test Speakers’ button as you try the different options, so you know when one works. No mic working, rest OK: Can someone conferm which one it is, I was never able to find out how to match my sound card chipset with a compatible driver.
To choose one device, you only have to click on it and maybe ubunttu a special connector.
My conjecture is that the mother board sound was dead, even though I was hearing a very faint “Front Center” via aplay. Then try solving the problem using the instructions below. February 17th, 1. You should open a file in ALSA documentation. Partners Support Community Untel.
BIOS Update Instructions for Intel® Desktop Boards
All images in the examples used in the instructions are for illustration purposes only. On this site you will want to match your sound card chipset with a compatible driver. When it says “Head over to the Alsa Project http: Checking this forum post and this inyelI’ve managed to get a configuration that seems to work fine.
Bug # “no sound Intel Corporation G (ICH7 Family)” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Results 1 to 9 of 9. It’s probably as well a labeling issue. This post from even suggested downgrading to a different kernel rev.
Now the sound works great! Thank You This is what I got with lspci No idea what it means though!
Sound should work no problem, unless you are still running a Jaunty kernel things changed. You may need to right click on the volume control applet in your gnome-panel and go to the preferences and change the device to the one called Alsa Mixer. The top two have the little icons that look like circuit boards. Did you find this information useful? Use “Test Speakers” to check if it works.
I have a Gateway NV52 series laptop which refused to enable the internal mic. Tom Brossman 8, 11 48 That event window was opened by the Win XP soundcard driver when I plugged in the microphone. imtel