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To make the mic work as well, I booted Win Itel on the same machine, plugged the microphone in and selected Microphone instead of the menu items “Line-In” or “No action” in the Intel- SigmaTel event window. Sound troubleshooting I’ve just installed Lubuntu Another solution Check if your device card model is a Realtek and download alsa from Realtek site: Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
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Btw, you should use sudo -H gedit or sudo -i gedit linhx gksudo gedit if the gksu package is installed instead of sudo gedit. In the following we assume that the latest version is 1.
No audio, HDA intel sound card on a toshiba netbook running slackware I’ve tried many solution found by googling, but no luck. Sound troubleshooting I got stuck on the guide.
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Creative [HDA Creative], device 0: This is usually front right, but on some occasions also works with muting front left. To enable the microphone, I had to select “Mic” and not “Front mic” in the option tab as first capture device.
If this post can help another newbie troubleshoot a “Why is my Debian Squeeze box not generating any sound from the onboard sound controller?
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. It’s probably as well a labeling issue. Checking this forum post and this guideI’ve managed to get a configuration that seems to work fine.
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No sound at all Low volume output High pitched noise Poor sound quality Sound disappears when touching volume controls Sound works at random after each reboot No mic working Sound only plays through headphones or internal speakers not through attached audio sets Manually Specify Module Parameters First you must find which model d210 sound card you use, so run this command: Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
And it worked sound was coming just fine from internal speakers or headphones No existe el archivo o el directorio It’s in Spanish, it means it cannot find the file lknux directory More info: I also tried adding the line in alsa-base and rebooting but it didn’t work.
While trying to search for a fix, I found this page: