I am missing sounds plus the volume is lower then it should be over all. Sign up using Facebook. A few places to look, http: Doesn’t Xubuntu give you a similar ability and what results or error messages do you get if you try? On first glance, there appear to be some configuration variables present in the Mixer settings, that Mixer found under Applications at the top-left of the desktop. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.

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I will give what you said a try though, can’t hurt at this point. Well I am not sure what I did but I now have no sound, lol.

Sign up using Facebook. Are you running alsa? One of the main reasons why I won’t use Gnome Ubuntu right now.

[ubuntu] [SOLVED] Realtek ALC Audio Driver installed now no sound

Pbsound realtek hda intel alc Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. This is a strange problem. All the gory details here. With the newer Linux and BSD releases it is now working perfectly. These settings are reflected in alsamixer. I’m asking you that because since 9.


What I don’t like about problems like this is that there a million possible solutions, it hardly makes sense to have a single answer. Alsamixer may or may not allow you to set the output as a stereo signal and to choose where the output is directed.


What do you see for results when you run the command “alsamixer” and use the keyboard commands? For example if I listen to one song, it stops all instruments and is suppose to play and libux solo. What result does that “lsmod” command tell you about the sound snd You can also pipe the output through grep, to show only specific info.

What matters is that now you got sound: Any ideas or ways I can fix this? Now, I’m not sure which of the two was the fix, maybe both of them, but a muted Master certainly won’t play sound, I guess Hanno Fietz 2 13 The troubleshooting page says to look for a section giving the codec used by your soundcard, which looks like this for me:. Unmuting it as such didn’t help, but when I reset PulseAudio by stopping the daemon and removing all configuration and temporary files, as suggested on the above page, I got sound.

I found a nice sound troubleshooting tutorial herewhich is well-written and pretty extensive, however, I fail to look up the supported “models” for my soundcard. The time now is I booted a copy of the Xubuntu live-cd out of curiosity.


By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. I am using Alsa but I have no idea what to edit, or if there is anything I can edit to get to 2ch.

[SOLVED] HDA Nvidia, Realtek ALC

All times are GMT For a while now, my sound has not been working in Ubuntu. I also tried installing the linux-backports-modules-alsa package for my kernel, because the description sounded promising, but that didn’t change anything, either. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Doesn’t Xubuntu give you a similar ability and what results or error messages do you get if you try?

You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. I have more headaches with that then I am with this problem.

If I am mentioning things you already know, it is because you have posted too little of the details.