George Gallen on 29 Sep 2004 20:20:02 -0000

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RE: ALSA problem (was Re: [PLUG] (no subject))

Title: RE: ALSA problem (was Re: [PLUG] (no subject))

Also, check to make sure the BIOS has the onboard
sound enabled.

>-----Original Message-----
>Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2004 4:14 PM
>Subject: ALSA problem (was Re: [PLUG] (no subject))
>>  I have a new computer with an intel mother board
>> with an 865 chip sets.
>>  My c programs that have
>>     printf(" error\a\n");
>>   no longer sound a bell.
>>   there is an on board sound card.  I am running
>> under 2.6.7. I loaded alsa.  I bought 2 speakers
>>  with a usb cable to get power. 
>>    How do I get the bell to ring?
>Does any other sound work?  Have you run alsamixer or another mixer
>and made sure that you are unmuted and the volume is turned up?
>Are you running a particular distribution?  Red Hat?  Debian?
>Has ALSA been configured to work with USB sound?  The USB speakers
>probably won't be using your onboard sound chipset.  You say "to get
>power" there a separate cord that runs to your sound card for the
>sound signal?  I've never heard of that, but I suppose it's possible.
>Under what circumstances has the bell worked previously?
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