Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: The HD Audio standard has many output channels. How can I do that? This is what aplay -l says: My system uses the intel8x0 drivers ICH7, I have alsa installed but i still cannot get any sound at all to work. How can I add my on-board sound device to this list? Booting If your boot hangs on loading the module for snd-hda-intel, try disabling the card in your BIOS.
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linux – How do you get the Intel JI on-board audio to work in Ubuntu Karmic ? – Super User
Braiam Please be more specific. To do this go back to the terminal and type:. Partners Support Community Ubuntu. Vontroller am comfortable using the terminal, and if you guide me I can provide debug info.
Fix No Sound (Dummy Output) Issue In Ubuntu With SND HDA Intel
Checking this forum post and this guideI’ve managed to get a configuration that seems to work fine. As a result, the correct volume sliders might not be visible.
I tried loading two modules one by one that had the word intel in them. 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.
CONFIG_SND_HDA_INTEL: HD Audio PCI
I’ve googled inel and I have found that other people are having issues: Contact me skadge -at- gmail -dot- com if you have the same issue. This is what aplay -l says: Loading Akdio sound driver modules: Unknown August 1, at 4: Thank you for solving this problem, but for me, the problem is half solved because if I plug in my headphones doesn’t work Its not a case of sound being mute or lowered.
I tried running sudo alsa force-reload as suggested and here is the error I get: I just wanted to point out this page. As crude as it looks this is pretty much the best that can be done right now.
Thanks to forum user pcmanlin on this ubuntu forum thread alsa-utils don’t compile If you have trouble compiling alsa-utils simply run alsactl -v and it will show you the installed version.