I will tell you this: The hard ware is a MSI mother board [AMD flavored] [exact numbers, not known at the moment, but can be recovered]. The audio is built into the mother board. It worked fine with Ubuntu 10.04 I read a few posts here and there, and ran a hardware diagnostic. It came back and said no sound card was installed.
My sound was working fine when I was trying out Ubuntu on a partition, I was so chuffed with it I did a fresh install. I have no sound. VLC, Amarok, Clementine, Audacity, Audacious, every audio player in the Ubuntu Universe doesn't play sound. Obviously it's something 'hardware' or 'driver' connected because it all worked perfectly when I still had Windows as the 'host' partition. I'm not going back to Windows I'll try out OpenSuse or something to see if the sound thing happens on that.
I just installed karmic on my media server. With Jaunty, everything worked fine. I tried an upgrade, and go no sound. After poking around in the forms and trying some solutions still no sound.
So I decided to try a fresh install, again, no sound. I have cheched the obvious, mixer volumes, mute, output device, etc. But I can't seem to get it to work. I poked around in the forms and I've tried many of the solutions, but still no luck.
Here is my lspci output for my sound device...
00:07.0 Audio device: nVidia Corporation MCP72XE/MCP72P/MCP78U/MCP78S High Definition Audio (rev a1) Subsystem: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. Device 8345 Flags: bus master, 66MHz, fast devsel, latency 0, IRQ 20 Memory at fcf78000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=16K]
I have a fresh install of openSUSE 11.3 (gnome) on my Dell Opxiplex380--but no sound... The hardware works because I can swap a Windows SATA HD into the CPU and test it. My alsa-info file is here: [URL]...
Just installed OpenSUSE 11.4, and so far I love everything about it, the only thing that's not working is the sound. I have my sound card setup in YaST -> Sound like I always have, and it recognizes it as M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96. I also installed alsa-tools-gui to get Envy24Control for ICE1712 chipsets, and I unmuted all the outputs, and raised the DAC volume. My speakers are on, and all the cables check out. Here is all my multimedia information:
I've never had any problems before,but I just did a fresh install of 10.04.1 on a brand new drive yesterday. I noticed this morning that I have no sound drivers(under the hardware tab of sound preferences, there is nothing listed). I found a thread that had this line to run:
Code: cat /proc/asound/card0/codec#* | grep Codec And I got: Code: Codec: Realtek ALC888 Not sure what to do now though.
A fresh install of 11.3 64 KDE 4.4 some packman stuff installed. Some broken as no current 64 bit libs or funky packman situation currently. CD audio is choppy. No mp3 playback though support is installed. [URL]....
Recently installed Ubuntu 9.1 following an easy how to. The install session went really well, smooth and only had one little speed bump when deciding which drive to install to (running raid and did not want to loose other partition). Like most speed bumps I got passed it. Ran all the updates then decided to start listening to music with Rythmbox Music Player. The sound coming out of my Klipsch Pro Media 4.1 was muffled and sounded like just the subwoofer was on. I checked all connections and they were fine. I tried looking for equalizer but did not find it and then noticed the sound was like a skipping record. So I looked it up and came across some posts that I could not figure out if they were for my problem. Seemed to me they were just leading me in circles.
trying to get everything set up in Debian lenny on my new Toshiba staellite L500. I have successfully installed the wireless drivers and graphics card and have them both up and running. But I'm having trouble with the sound card. Specifically, it appears to be installed but I cant get any sound or any devices related to sound (speakers, volume control, alsamixer) to work at all.
After spending a full day messing with my dual monitors displays-should-not-be-cloned-by-default, I have now come to the sound. The config looks like the 11.3 setup (I alternate partitions from one install to the next), but all I get is silence. KMix won't run. Amrok is silent. "Sound Configuration" gets me to a window showing two cards I know nothing about. I've got an nVIDIA chip on the mother board and the two cards listed are "M2N72-D w/ snd-hda-intel" and "Creative Tech, Ltd. w/ snd-usb-audio". I'd have gone back to 11.3 where this stuff works, but my configuration files were all auto-updated and don't really work any more. I guess I ought to have archived the config files, but I didn't and I'm here now.
lspci shows: Code: 00:07.0 Audio device: nVidia Corporation MCP72XE/MCP72P/MCP78U/MCP78S High Definition Audio (rev a1) and some /var/log/messages entries:
Code: Mar 14 14:18:22 beethoven kernel: [ 1120.311164] usbcore: deregistering interface driver snd-usb-audio Mar 14 14:18:22 beethoven pulseaudio: pid.c: Stale PID file, overwriting. Mar 14 14:18:22 beethoven pulseaudio: pid.c: Daemon already running. Mar 14 14:18:22 beethoven kernel: [ 1120.800722] usbcore: registered new interface driver snd-usb-audio Mar 14 14:18:38 beethoven pulseaudio: pid.c: Daemon already running. Mar 14 14:18:39 beethoven pulseaudio: pid.c: Stale PID file, overwriting. Mar 14 14:18:40 beethoven pulseaudio: pid.c: Daemon already running. Mar 14 14:19:40 beethoven pulseaudio: ratelimit.c: 7 events suppressed Mar 14 14:21:39 beethoven pulseaudio: ratelimit.c: 44 events suppressed Mar 14 14:35:11 beethoven pulseaudio: ratelimit.c: 176 events suppressed Mar 14 14:46:35 beethoven pulseaudio: ratelimit.c: 38 events suppressed with duplicate events suppressed with ellipses by hand.
A friend installed Xubuntu just yesterday. I am a user of this system for about 17 hours. He forgot to install the sound card, so I have 0 sound. Looking at the device manager, it appears my sound is: HDA VIA VT82xx. Please tell me how to get my sound card to work. I've got an old computer; previously I was using Windows 2000.
I tried Intrepid on this computer a few years back, and remember sweating over my computer for days trying to get the sound to work, before eventually giving up and going back to Windows. Now I figured I'd give it a second go. 100% fresh install, Lucid Lynx. I was hoping maybe the new version would have fixed whatever I was having trouble with before. No such luck. Have checked that nothing is muted, in the tray icon and in alsamixer and in a bunch of others. Have made sure that I'm in all the proper groups.
"aplay -l" gives me: **** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices **** card 0: I82801DBICH4 [Intel 82801DB-ICH4], device 0: Intel ICH [Intel 82801DB-ICH4] Subdevices: 1/1
I want to some how get a list of the packages I installed. I was hoping that I could just list all of the packages that were not installed automatically as a dependency. It turns out that there are 320 packages that match that description (I think). Is there a way to do what I want to do? Shouldn't all of these dependencies have been installed as a handful of meta-packages instead?
I have been using Ubuntu as my main OS on my desktops for a couple of years now. Started off with a HP with a Creative Labs XiFi soundcard, but am now using a Dell with a Creative Labs Audigy. Sound worked perfectly on the Dell since a clean install (about 7 months ago). I turned it on a week or so ago, and no sound! Even the little sound indicator in the notification area has gone.
I am setting up a mythtv/xmbc box on Ubuntu 10.10 (natty does not install on my hardware). I have a Sabrent TV PCIRC tuner card, which seems to work fine with the proper card and tuner settings. My on-board sound is HDA-Intel surround sound, which I have configured as analog duplex.
Currently the sound works fine through my speakers plugged into any jack on the back of the PC (two speakers, one jack). I can watch ripped movies and listen to music. The TV tuner is pumping sound from its external jack -- if I hook it up directly to the speakers it works fine. I can feed the Tuner's sound to the line-in on my motherboard, but nothing comes out. In the sound manager, i have the input device selected and the input level shows that the sound is coming in through the connector, and I can test the speakers and they work fine, but they don't seem to be communicating that the sound coming in needs to be pumped out through the speakers.
I have installed xubuntu version 10. My sound card is a Yamaha dS-1S, and seems to be properly configured. Alsa mixer doesn't indicates any error. However, I can't manage to get any sound. I have checked that jacks are correctly plugged.
I did was install MInt 9 on it. Everything is going well except no sound at all. Not even the 'start up chime' of any music/videos. I have the volume buttons working on the laptop and I have checked sound preferences and nothing is muted. I did not dig much further as I have learned with mint and ubuntu that can create problems. This is a fresh install and no sound from the get go. How should I proceed to trouble shoot?
i just installed debian after about 2 weeks of using ubuntu afterriend suggested switching, and it's not detecting my wireless card in the network settings. i'm new at linux so try to keep it simple if you can please,i read the sticky about this and here's the info it said i should provide
ispci -knn Code: 00:00.0 Host bridge : Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset Memory Controller Hub [8086:2a40] (rev 07) Kernel driver in use: agpgart-intel
I just recently installed linux kubuntu 9.10 and for some reason it says sound card not installed. When I know its installed. When I boot it (I have dual boot) as windows it works just fine. My sound card is HDA ATI LSI Si3054
After successfully installing Debian 5.0 stable from a CD, I noticed that there wasn't any sound. I unmuted the volume in Debian itself and there still wasn't any sound! I ran alsaconf and it came up as a VIA VT8233/A/8 sound card.
Following some problems of kernel upgrade, I have resinstalled my system. I now have some issues with sound. CD are recognized and played but no sound is coming out of my speakers (tested with amarok and caffeine). Same thing on .....: I see the video and get no sound.
However, I can hear the test sound form Configure Desktop / Multimedia
I just installed Debian 6 & prior to my first update my sound worked fine. But after accepting all the updates based on the repositories below the system can't identify my sound card.
deb cdrom:[Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.0 _Squeeze_ - Official Snapshot amd64 LIVE/INSTALL Binary 20110112-01:05]/ squeeze main [URL]
Sound Card (1st one / second is built in audio on a video card) joe@Tux-Box:~$ lspci | grep -i audio 00:14.2 Audio device: ATI Technologies Inc SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA) (rev 40) 01:00.1 Audio device: nVidia Corporation Device 0be9 (rev a1) Errors (outside of just not being able to play any audio)
joe@Tux-Box:~$ alsamixer Cannot open mixer: No such file or directory When I try to open sound applet in pannel -> No volume control GStreamer plugins and/or devices found.
joe@Tux-Box:~$ cat /proc/asound/cards --- no soundcards ---
- The user is part of the audio group. - I was playing around with run levels and if I ctl -alt F2 log in as user su - password init 5 hit reset on the computer.
When it reboots I have sound. I attempted changing /etc/inittab but after rebooting no sound. I am still unsure of what to do.
# The default runlevel. id:5:initdefault: # was 2 above at install - sound came on at 5
I have suse 11.4 installed and I wish to replace the on-board sound chip with an add-on sound card. The following are available at my local shop but they cannot advise whether any will work on Linux Suse 11.4.
Anyone know which of these cards will work on Suse 11.4?
Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio Asus Xonar DS