Re: Sound probelms
From: mandmboys (joeventre_at_adelphia.net)
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2004 08:14:28 -0700
I tired removing the kdemultimedia3-mixer package and the reinitaializATION
PROCESS SHOWN BELOW BUT THAT DOES NOT SEEM TO WORK. When I restart
rcalsasound I get a message saying "No mixer config is found - adjusting
default volumes". Does that mean anything?
Joerg Touchard wrote:
> David Wright wrote:
>> mandmboys wrote:
>>>I cannot get sound from my system. It used to work in my original
>>>install of 9.1 but I had to re-install the entire OS due to some other
>>>problems. When I did the new install it also installed some available
>>>update (I think
>>>mostly related to the KDE). The system sees the sound card (it is built
>>>into the motherboread) but I get no sound. I am sure the volume controls
>>>are all correct and not muted. The sound card shows as card model 82801AA
>>>AC '97 Audio.
>> Is it initialised? I had a problem on one machine where it recognised the
>> sound card, but couldn't initialise it. I noted the driver name, removed
>> the card from the list in YaST and re-installed it using the same driver.
>> Then it worked.
>> Not sure what caused it, but that was the solution I came up with. Hope
>> it works for you as well...
> i got the same problem with suse 9.1. after i have deleted the sound
> mixer tool which was installed by yast with kde (package:
> kdemultimedia3-mixer) and after reinitialisation of the soundcard with:
> >rcalsasound stop
> >rm /etc/asound.state
> >rcalsasound start
> >alsactl store
> the sound card get working very well.
> the problem is that the sound volume settings of ALSA are overwritten
> during kde start procedure by the tools of the package
> dont know which distribution you are using, but I hope it will help you
> to solve the sound problem.