Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on This bug affects 12 people. Anyhow, what is the way to find out which module is appropriate for my sound card? No sound via optical spdif out. Email me about changes to this bug report.
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JoiHap astronomy wrote on Same problem for me. The sound worked out of the box, but it linus weird and distorted. I have the same problem on my Dell E notebook. Intel [HDA Intel], device 1: I edit the post and add the error I get after running sudo alsa force-reload.
But no audio from the HDMI port.
[ubuntu] Audio device: Intel Corporation I (ICH9 Family) HD Audio Controller sound issue
The good part is that your device works, the bad you are going to have to manually force you computer to load the drivers. The sound devices show up in alsamixer and everything seems normal there.
It’s probably as well a labeling issue. The default device is set to my sound card F6 in alsa mixer. Oops, copy paste mistake. HD-Audio-Models If you compiled your own kernel or ALSA modules, the documentation for your version coproration probably be found in the source package you used Search for your model, and take a look at its types, for example I found the following lines for ALC Whenever I click on the keyboard button to increase or decrease volume, a notification pops up on the top left and i see the bar change lenght.
As a result, the correct volume sliders might not be visible.
That is what I was asking, how can I know what module is the right one to load? Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
HdaIntelSoundHowto – Community Help Wiki
According to the information pulled, the drivers are installed, being used, alsamixer is all up full and none muted. Partners Support Community Ubuntu.
If this works clrporation you or others as well, please confirm the report I submitted at https: Post as a guest Name. Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. After that finishes try to play something and if you hear sound that is a good and bad thing.
Open up the Volume Control gnome- volume- control. This file is here: Running Jaunty beta I’m facing a similar problem, corporahion is too low with all the controllers in its maximum. Changed in linux Ubuntu: My system uses the intel8x0 drivers ICH7, I have alsa installed but i still cannot get any sound at all to work.
Again, please follow the instructions at https: I attached the lspci -v output and dmesg output. I am now running Alpha 6.
CONFIG_SND_HDA_INTEL: HD Audio PCI
On the front-panel on my enclosure i also have one mic-in and one analog out. In a netbook with the following hardware: I have tried this with ibtel fresh install of Ubuntu This particular computer had an issue with the sound and that is why I asked here for help to identify the problem, that is all.
This would also allow you to undo the changes if they don’t work, corporatikn simply downgrading back to the original package version.