June 22nd, 7. No Sound Expected results: After upgrading ALSA to 1. I see a lot of hardware information, but none about the software part of stuff. The card describes itself in alsamixer as Card:
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Intel® I/O Controller Hub 9 (ICH9) Family Datasheet
I’ve googled this and I have found that other people are having issues: The sound card should work straightforward. Sign up using Email and Password. Increasing minimal latency to 8,00 ms Apr 16 Comment 2 Dietmar Kling Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
Done No packages will be installed, upgraded, or removed. Comment 27 Bug Zapper See my answer below.
– Audio for Intel I (ICH9) does not work
Increasing minimal latency to 4,00 ms Apr 16 See below for various error messages. Slightly confusingly, alsactl says it is at version 1. Nothing I tried in pavucontrol made a difference either.
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Though this doesn’t break the silence Often a more recent Fedora release includes newer upstream software that fixes bugs or makes them obsolete. Mark, I found the options in the alsa-base file rather than also-base. In ‘alsamixer -c 0′ I had to mute key m both the ontel L’ Analog Loopback, whaterver that is settings.
Changing version to ’11’. No assignee Edit question Solved by: But the sound volume stays exactly the same. Comment 20 Chris Shoemaker Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: From now on only ‘Master’ will be relevant, when you change volume during daily work.
Test if sound automatically works. Failed to load module “module-alsa-card” argument: I logged out, suspended, logged back ihtel and now my sound works again. French Edit question Status: I see a lot of hardware information, but none about the software part of stuff.