I’d be really grateful, if someone could point me to relevant information or useful advise, what this problem could be caused by. The only indication, that something is fundamentally wrong is this: In the past, when there was a problem with the sound system, Kaffeine complained about it, and wouldn’t start trying to receive DVB-T tv. In most cases, if there is some sort of hardware fault, you get error messages when loading modules for that hardware, which you can check by running command “dmesg grep error”. Visit the following links:
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Just guess that in such case problem should lie somewhere in sound application config or alsa config. Slackware This Forum is for the discussion of Slackware Linux. Running speaker-test as root seems to work fine, except that there is still no sound coming out of my speakers, although root is not a member of the audio group.
Originally Posted by Totoro-kun Another thought is that maybe your system is still looking for a sound card you have removed? Originally Posted by Totoro-kun In most cases, if there is some sort of hardware fault, you get error messages when loading modules for that hardware, k4tv you can check dound running command “dmesg grep error”.
MSI KT4V Manuals
Below is the output of lscpi -v. Join our community today! The only indication, that something is fundamentally wrong is this: Originally Posted by Totoro-kun But hardware can fail in many interesting ways.
And check your audio system if it has volume turned down all the way sometimes that happens tooor maybe wires are not connected correctly. All times are GMT I don’t get any sound out of my speakers. Having a problem logging in? How do I get my onboard sound working?!
I changed a running system.
Hi all, I did, what one should not do: Currently it doesn’t notice the problem. Another thought is that maybe your system is still looking for a sound card you have removed? Everything seems to work just jt4v.
In fact, they seem to be able to play sound. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
MSI KT4V-L Mainboard
If this is not the case, then could you post “lspci -v” output? VT [Rhine-II] rev 74 VIA 82xx Audio Kernel modules: Onboard Sound not working. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
DO you know for sure that this onboard sound is in a good working order? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
I am out of ideas, currently.
MSI KT4V – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KT400 Series
Well, to me everything looks good and tidy, which is weird. Well just make sure there is no problems in such small things first.
Here is some additional information. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. But hardware can fail in many interesting ways. Also, I’ve checked the volume of my sound system and the connections; I even checked that the speakers are ok on another computer, and they produced clear and loud sound.
Thanks, but everything is unmuted, so the problem mei be something else. And have you tried to play anything from a graphical enviroment such as kde or xfce?