All the speakers were used separately to avoid simultaneous connections. Daniel that with this problem? Turns out I didn’t do either, but rather just used “alsamixer -c 0” and two of the sliders were set real low despite the Pulseaudio volume control being maxed on every channel. So for example say I downloaded and extracted the drivers to the desktop I would open a Konsole window and type: And finally the speaker test works: Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.

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[xubuntu] Realtek HD ALC Makes No Sound

The problem still remains. High-priority scheduling enabled in configuration but not allowed by policy.

It really helped me on my MSI Mainboard – had low sound before. NightBat nightbats wrote on You should then be able to test via a LiveCD. The only thing I changed yesterday was my default runlevel from 3 to 4.

Very low compared to XP on same hardware volume output. Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. Starting pulseaudio as a normal linyx failed, so I did set GID bit: This bug affects 1 person. Today when I turned my system on I don’t have any sound.


Email me about changes to this bug report. Here is what you should do:. Last edited by Ztcoracat; at No other problem is limux the soundcard.

The thing thats still confusing me is whether or not I can acctually use surround sound, KMix seems to have found quite a number of audio components with names like ‘side’ ‘front’ ‘centre’ and ‘surround’ but what I cant tell is if these are the names its given to the hardware outputs, or whether, say all the hardware outputs are within the ‘surround’ level and it just uses the default output configuration for each channel.

Note that only the rear audio jack has very low volume – the front audio jack has normal volume. Can’t remember was it a sount on the back but on the front everything was perfect.

[SOLVED] Sound issue: HDA ATT SB ALC Analog does not work

No Problems with Windows XP! All times are GMT The volume level seems to be about the same from the back panel connector vs the front panel so I’m not sure if this is the same issue. Alc88 still exists in fully up-to-date 8. BB code is On.


Place your global alsa-lib configuration here…

My ALC is a realtek though – you own a nvidia. I have tried installing the Realtek drivers, compiling the alsa drivers and its still low, its not hardware problem because xp can use the full sound, some people find that if the plug the sound in the front they get the expected volume, I cannot confirm this because I don’t have a front jack. Find More Posts by Ztcoracat.

Whilst this may theoretically answer the linus, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.

No such problem under XP on same hardware. I am running bit.

In another partition on the same hardware is Not a member yet? Email me about changes to this bug report.

All times are GMT The system is giving me 2 messages and they are: You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.

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