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Reply Basawa says October 29, 2015 at 12:12 pm Same here… sound icon is gone…. gnome alsa mixer, alsamixer in terminal [command: # alsamixer] etc) to see if that sorts things out? up vote 9 down vote Sometimes the problem is that alsa somehow got muted. I did what you said and it fixed the problem but the next time I reboot the audio is gone again! http://philgiebler.com/sound-not/sound-not-working-on-hon.html

You can see that in comments. Thanks to No sound on an iMac share|improve this answer answered Aug 27 '13 at 10:42 Akshat Kedia 111 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote This did not work I got a Lenovo ideapad U430p Intel i5 core Linux mint 17.2 cinnamon Do u got any idea what might be the problem? 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. http://askubuntu.com/questions/132577/no-sound-in-ubuntu-except-at-log-in

Audio worked until reboot. The other options are Hardware > output devices and Virtual output devices. > > Like I said, the output of pavucontrol is hard to make sense of. > >>>> If you How do I get it back?

On the Output devices tab it shows: Port... Then again, it's hard to > tell from this program. Try our newsletter Sign up for our newsletter and get our top new questions delivered to your inbox (see an example). The media/function keys for update the OSD notification, but do not update the settings in Volume Control, nor do they actually affect the volume of sound coming from the speakers.

Ever since I have installed Ubuntu 12, the audio is not working right. I am probably stating the obvious, but have you played around with different mixers (e.g. You then click on that, and you'll see the full list. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1979191 I think I had tried it earlier too but somehow it was not working.

Is it gstreamer+xfce-volumed? Thanks. Now, when I use Xubuntu 12.04, there > might be a conflict between the sound system that is on the motherboard > and the new HDMI interface that is on the i really love lubuntu, but i need my music!

Your solution of using a force-reload of alsa works great as a work-around. https://musescore.org/en/node/22313 asked 4 years ago viewed 97862 times active 2 years ago Blog How We Make Money at Stack Overflow: 2016 Edition Stack Overflow Podcast #94 - We Don't Care If Bret Ubuntu 13.04 has been released with lost of eye-candy and performance boost. Best regards for your great Job Reply Abhishek Prakash says May 6, 2015 at 9:18 pm Good to hear that Enas.

If you absolutely need to get the PCI audio card working, try disabling the motherboard's on-board audio chip via the BIOS. his comment is here Audio Device is: Intel Corporation NM10/ICH7 Family High Definition Audio Controller (rev 01) when I look for audio 2 instances of this device show up, players assume it is there but 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 Reply Abhishek Prakash says August 16, 2013 at 10:12 am Great..

What did work was going into terminal with alsamixer then I could select the correct device there using F6. So that might be a problem, I am guessing. Affecting: xfce4-volumed (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Joshua O'Leary When: 2012-04-28 Confirmed: 2012-05-05 Started work: 2013-03-14 Completed: 2013-03-14 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu this contact form John's NL Canada Reply onno says January 11, 2015 at 3:24 am For the Hp Entertainment Series with nvidia grafic and intel hda ich8 soundcard,i reinstalled alsa, edit /etc/pulse/default.pa adding the

Enter: pavucontrol >> >>> I have that program under multimedia / "pulse audio volume control" and >>> I ran that prior to asking the forum for help. I'm guessing some settings got messed up with the graphics card (though I noticed in my BIOS settings that I needed to reenable the integrated audio again as well), But like That doesn't mean you don't have something else that's a "sound card." My video card has HDMI, which includes audio and is treated as an additional sound card.

Upgraded from 13.04 to 13.10.

You might also want to increase a few settings that are low a little bit, like Mic and Mic boost. I`ve changed my os from Ubuntu to Lubuntu previous formated hdd. Other issues existed and sound disappeared after updates and other software install. Choose "Unlimited" as scrolling option.

tried: sudo apt-get update/upgrade/upgrad-dist and a hole lot of other commands for removing, instaling and reinstaling drives (sound and video mostly) to no avail apparently… It seems to problem might be Would you believe, it was as simple as reading your post and going to the Control Center and raising the Master Volume. I was hoping the first alternative would be a more permanent solution, but after doing it, the sound won't work at all and I can't open my Unity Tweak Tool (keeps http://philgiebler.com/sound-not/sound-not-working-with-avi.html I've tried every suggestion here, but no cigar.

Instead if you remove ~/.config/pulse (because it has been completely borked) reboot and you have sound again -- at least I did. Some motherboards require you to add or reconfigure the jumpers on the motherboard to allow the rear panel sound connections to work. But no login/logoff sound, no drum. I find several things broken in Ubuntu 13.04.

DO NOT run this. I installed it on a dual boot machine (along Windows 7) a couple of months ago. For me this was perfect. First try adding the configuration line options snd-hda-intel model=auto to the /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf file.

I'm almost certain that the original Xubuntu 12.04 installation includes the Indicator Plugin in the panel.

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