I fixed them easily, but I could not hear any sound, although I tried to fix it for more than 3 hours. I was trying to unmute all channels using alsamix program. I installed it properly and I had problems with video card, wheel mouse at first. Find More Posts by nalsrayatko. I have compiled 2.
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I ran alsaconf, and it configured soundcard with no error. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. I am not getting any sound on it.
Thanks again, strength to your arm! All times are GMT Following is the output from lsmod, lspci and aplay -l Code:.
It would seem the wired ethernet should “just work”, but in this case I do not recognize that model coporation, but if the Ethernet controller is an Intel controller then you should be able to use this file: Join Date Jun Beans 5. Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions. Amazingly, there are manor manual pages for about every command in Linux. Thanks for the help.
I have admin access enabled already. After I formatted my drive and reinstalled Win XP, the networkdriver was deleted.
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LB, plus 16gb ram, ddr3l udimm 1. Talk to a Technician Now! Is there something I am missing? June 17th, 3. Posted on Oct 21, You can’t post conmments that contain an email address. Now after the first reboot it comes up at x, and there are no higher res options to select.
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David Level 3 Expert Answers. Please enter a title. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Posted on Aug 01, ALSA emulation Card config: Slackware This Forum is for the discussion of Slackware Linux.
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