Fedora Hardware :: F13 - No Sound From VIA VTS1708S Sound Card?
Jun 12, 2010
My PC has the ASUS P7H55-M SI motherboard with the audio chipset VIA VT1708S. Under Fedora 13 (64-bit) I have no sound although the audio chipset seems to be properly recognised and supported by the OS.
I used the alsmixer application and I set the volume for all channels, including PCM to their maximum value but still I get no sound. When the OS boots I hear a "click" sound coming from the audio chipset when it is initialised by the kernel but then the sound stops and I hear nothing.
Note that I do not have this problem with Ubuntu 10.04 but I have the same issue with openSUSE 11.3 Milestone 7. My guess is that F13 and openSUSE 11.3 having newer kernel/alsa software versions exhibit this problem due to some bug introduced to the code.
Here is some extra information:
**** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****
card 1: Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: VT1708S Analog [VT1708S Analog]
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Here is the ALSA support url per the instructions in the multimedia sticky [url]
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