Thanks in advance Galto Reply Enas Kapoios says April 19, 2015 at 6:43 pm Dear Abhishek, Let me inform you that your First Alternate method worked like a charm in Ubuntu echo "options ath9k nohwcrypt=1" | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/ath9k.conf Keyboard and Touchpad Basic features of the keyboard and touchpad work out of the box. However, horizontal scrolling does not work. I agree with the last post. have a peek here
The command /sbin/alsa force-reload will kill all running programs using the sound driver so the driver itself is able to be restarted. Actually, my Husband listens while I read. Next, open up this file: sudonano/etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base Then add this options line options
Reply Abhishek Prakash says August 7, 2013 at 1:17 pm I don't think it has been fixed with Kernel 3.8.0-27. Install and check the alsamixer or pavucontrol and check the mixer. Move only the last 8 files in a directory to another directory R: regex for math expression Apply for a Secret CIA Job String.valueOf strange behaviour Why is this funny? I just followed this on 29/01/2016: https://mintguide.org/system/517-install-linux-kernel-4-3-stable-on-linux-mint.html Reply Luiz Ventura says January 29, 2016 at 3:35 am None of the alternatives works.
Most onboard soundcards do not have a MIDI port. After reboot, pulse was re-created and I could then find Multimedia and Audio and Video Settings in System Settings -> Hardware. (This is KDE Mint 17 Quiana. Followed every step. I got a Lenovo ideapad U430p Intel i5 core Linux mint 17.2 cinnamon Do u got any idea what might be the problem?
Looks like I'll have to reinstall from scratch. Reply Harry Pennington says February 17, 2015 at 6:07 pm ok when check my sound I get a blank screen but since doing the fix problem I hear in my log Thank you Reply Diego Alcántara says October 20, 2013 at 1:35 am I've found a two easy steps solution to this synthoms: "I just updated to Kubuntu 13.10 and several things page Reply Abhishek Prakash says May 7, 2013 at 8:47 am Hi Norbert, If I find a better solution, I'll update the article.
I have tried numerous fixes, kills, loads, reloads, updates and reboots it's not funny. Otherwise I like Mint. Furthermore, even after I reload ALSA, I still have to go into alsamixer and change output from speakers to headphones. i have sound problem !
Stay tuned :) Reply Rodrigo Noales says May 24, 2013 at 1:14 pm Any news about a permanent fix to this, everytime I restart ubuntu 13.04 I lost the sound, so https://itsfoss.com/fix-sound-ubuntu-1304-quick-tip/ If the modules are already installed, proceed to the next step to check to see whether your hardware is recognizing the sound card as installed. 6. Report unknown- Feb 2, 2013 04:30PM thanks its worked.... In the meantime, it's just a fun surprise to find out when trying to play a video or song that the sound card's gone again.
Reply sweet161616 says June 4, 2014 at 9:19 pm thanks Reply dave says March 13, 2015 at 2:52 am mint 17.1 cinnamon, cheers… didn't even have to reboot to get audio http://philgiebler.com/sound-not/sound-not-working-ubuntu-13-10.html Reply Abhishek Prakash says May 20, 2013 at 9:58 am You are welcome Carlos. Reply BasmoBillyBob says October 6, 2014 at 1:57 am The issue on my PC is that it does this after every reboot. There is also a popping sound that randomly happens as well, from the speakers, but that mostly happens when I am turning the volume up or down, so it would be
Do you have sound in other OS, or if you could boot from live CD, do you have sound there? What do you suggest I do about this? Help! http://philgiebler.com/sound-not/sound-not-working-ubuntu-11-10.html Ubuntu uses the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) for managing sound output.
Even if this step works, you should file a bug with the Ubuntu developers at launchpad.net if you haven't already so they can try to understand why your computer isn't auto-detecting First you would have to get the alsa-driver tar from alsa-project then pretty much do configure, make and make install again. Reply matt says May 7, 2013 at 3:40 am Yeah, nice post, but norbert's right.
Even normal reboot or shutdown would freeze the OS. It could be something as simple as not detecting your hardware the first time or evidence of a deeper problem. Microphone input signal gains in Gnome mixer and Alsa mixer are set to 100%. External Monitor Attaching an external monitor is untested with the built-in drivers.
Reply Abhishek Prakash says July 27, 2013 at 10:34 pm My laptop doesn't have a graphics card so I cannot vouch for it. But then, there is always a way to overcome these big little problems. Turning it down even a notch or two, makes it so quiet that you'd think it was set just a but louder then the lowest setting. http://philgiebler.com/sound-not/sound-not-working-ubuntu-13-04.html Reply Abhishek Prakash says August 11, 2013 at 7:20 pm I saw someone mentioning pavucontrol for this problem on Ask Ubuntu.
Tried every solution under the sun -no luck yet. I had the no sound while on youtube. The installation on the newer Acer Aspire One 512 (which had been running Windows 7.1) went without a hitch. Do you dual boot it??
Thanks as always to all contributors to this thread. Why would Lubuntu supply an OS without sound? Ubuntu 12.04-1Ubuntu 12.04 - No sound - HELP!2Ubuntu Problems in 12.04 and 13.10 on the Sony Vaio Fit0Sound not working on dell insipron 14 3442 having Ubuntu 12.04.5 . When I checked the system reverted back to Trusty Tahr 14.04 and audio was gone.
Aslo work good on windows os. When I first got the graphics card it messed up my sound because the integrated audio got automatically turned off.