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"Mathieu Parent" 11-20-2008 08:29 PM

Bug#506342: general: fails to recognize my sound card
 
Hi,

2008/11/20 Juan Manuel Ramírez <juan.manuelr@gmail.com>:
> Package: general
> Severity: normal
>
> I have a Intel 865PERL Mainboard. Sometimes my sound card was not
> properly recognized, usually if I reboot system the bug was fixed. So I
> run the ALSAconf to setup my sound card. I set it properly but now every
> time that I boot system ALSAmixer fails to recognize my sound card. I
> checked my /etc/modprobe.d/sound and looks OK. In this time after
> booting I have to run ALSAconf and set again the sound card to listenig
> sounds.

I had the same problem. You probably have several sound cards (or a
webcam for example).
Try to completely remove /etc/modprobe.d/sound (first) and if it
doesn't work blacklist the module of the unused soundcard.

Can you please send the output of lsmod?


Mathieu Parent


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