Thank you will check the sound card support Sorry I know so little about computers so I do not know what soundcard it has. Unknown August 15, at 1: I was trying to read the previous posted questions but none seem to be the same as what I have right now. Page 1 of 2. Unable to bind the codec.
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Fix No Sound (Dummy Output) Issue In Ubuntu With SND HDA Intel
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I have a normal installation of Ubuntu JNH jordannh wrote on I downloaded the deb package and installed it, followed serues the terminal command and reboot.
I have the computer connected to a tv by hdmi but I have also tried to connect earphones directly to the computer but it did corproation help.
But under “Output devices” tab, the very same slider doesn’t react at all. Linux does take sometime to get used to, but after gaining some competency, it corporatlon great!
I also don’t have any control with my keyboard keys over the sound anymore this just happened recently. February 13th, 6. But I still have no sound or microphone. Anonymous October 25, at 6: February 12th, 2.
No mic in Intel 6 Series/C HD Audio Controller [c20] – CentOS
When I first log in, the sound works perfectly. While your flags don’t seem to match my hardware, in diff-ing them with mine i came to a solution. If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place!
Thank you for helping me.
Built-in Audio Analog Stereo Driver: This bug affects 2 people. Wed Mar 02, 8: Sorry I know so little about computers so I do not know what soundcard it has.
[SOLVED] No sound in Ubuntu and Mint 10 and 12
Join Date Dec Location Mt. Seemed to work for me but only after I tried it for the second time. The description in menuconfig doesn’t necessarily match the one in lspci. Sat Mar corppration, 2: Find More Posts by femaleBuddha.
Having a problem logging in? It is responsible for both Analog Audio speakers, 3. I have the same bug on my machine: I’ve been following this thread since updating to Ubuntu