soundcard not working after debian install
kg84 at dreamwld.com
Sun Sep 21 19:28:54 EDT 2008
Isn't there also an alsaconf script available that will find the module for
I think that I used that some time ago when I got similar problems.
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> You can get a list of modules from the alsa site.
> It took a couple different modprobes before I found mine, but that's where
> I got the module name from.
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>>I installed the Sept. 15 daily build and compiled a new kernel 184.108.40.206.
>>However my NVidia HD onboard soundcard is not working in both kernels. I
>>think the reason for this is because of the snd-hd-intel module. Does
>>anyone know which parameters might work for this onboard NVidia card?
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