But I dont know if any of those are the right module for my sound card. I miss my old Mac already. Unknown August 1, at 4: I think you found the issue, the only device there is called “Dummy Output stereo”, boy does that make me feel dumb: Dell Device Flags: Use alsamixer to set the PCM level to below 50, and use only the Master channel to control the volume.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Use alsamixer to set the PCM level to below 50, and use only the Master channel to control the volume. Missing the sound on my Lenovo desktop.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_SND_HDA_INTEL: HD Audio PCI
Diana Elena August 30, at 1: Email Required, but never shown. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. This complaint is nonsense, especially statement about “legit” systems. Intel [HDA Intel], device 1: Stop using pulseaudio because it breaks on its own all the time. It is recommended that you see the more generic SoundTroubleshooting page for information on how to update audio drivers. The default device is set to my sound card F6 in alsa mixer.
How can I add my on-board sound device to this list? I think you found the issue, the only device there is called “Dummy Output stereo”, boy does that make me feel dumb: About Contact Submit A Tip. Unknown August 1, at 4: I ich0 no error, but there is no sound either.
Fix No Sound (Dummy Output) Issue In Ubuntu With SND HDA Intel
Logix July 25, at 9: So I add myself to the audio and video groups and rebooted. Somehow my real devices have been replaced with a “dummy device”.
As crude as it looks this is pretty much the best that can be done right now. Conexant CX Veniceusing Ubuntu 8. I have as i said looked over many pages.
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ljnux Ok you are really onto something here fossfreedom. I have tried this with my fresh install of Ubuntu I have a Dell Precision T with the following audio device from lspci -v: This particular computer had an issue with the sound and that is why I asked here for help to identify the problem, that is all. I’ve got Ubuntu Karmic 9.
CONFIG_SND_HDA_INTEL: HD Audio PCI
Its not a case of sound being mute or lowered. You should open a file in ALSA documentation.