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However, the following problems might occur on some setups: I am tempted to try it, but there has got to be a better way.
To make the mic work as well, I booted Win XP 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.
When you find the exact name of the module you need you can load it with the command: I only use the analog output, so I switched the digital one to ‘Off’ manually.
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To find your codec use this command from a terminal: Show all Show less. I my screenshot, I have from top to bottom: On this site you will want to match your sound card chipset with a compatible driver. The time now is Check the Main menu. We don’t recommend BIOS updates for computers that do not need it. 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 of sound card you use, so run this command: February 17th, 1.
I too had a problem with mic not working with playback OK, and it turned out that probably due to model mismatch in snd-hda-intel options the capture volume controls were mislabeled and the slider that was responsible for the microphone was the one with “Digital” caption.
When you have found the compatible driver install it and then you will have to add it to the kernel. Please let me know if there is anymore information that I provide. You only need to select one.
No mic working, rest OK: I didnt have sound before. Did you find this information useful?
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You can install it with this command from a terminal: February 17th, 4. Is this the right thing? Eventually, I pressed Esc to end alsamixer and save my changes. Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links.
After removing the module and adding it again, the sound is back to normal. Results 1 to 9 of 9.
My conjecture is that the mother board sound was dead, even though I was hearing a ubuntj faint “Front Center” via aplay.
I my screenshot, I have from top to bottom:. Please change this in accordance with the one you downloaded from the Alsa project site.