Missing my PC speaker
alex_snow at gmx.net
Tue Nov 27 08:53:59 EST 2007
You can always get a cable that connects the pc speaker connecter on
the motherboard to the pc speaker connecters that most soundcards
have...though you can always pull the speaker out of another case,
something I have done a couple of times.
On Sun, Nov 25, 2007 at
07:11:42AM -0500, Garrett Klein wrote:
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> Hello all,
> I finally! got my new Linux box online, and it's working ... except for
> the sound card, but that's neither here nor there.
> Anyway, the case I bought happens not to have a PC speaker. It's not
> something that's mentioned on the spec sheet, so it's really a
> hit-or-miss deal. But is there a way to, say, rip the pc speaker out of
> my old case (assuming I can find it) and ... I dunno ... superglue it
> somewhere in this new case and connect the right wires? Or
> alternatively, is how hard would it be to modify the standard "alert"
> function to do something else, like play a sound? I know I should
> probably get used to being pc speaker-less ... but I do miss it so.
> Thanks in advance,
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