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OK fixed it now, after 3 weeks of graft PCI bridge to [bus 06] [ 0. Some where along the way an alsa specific update must have unmuted it or changed its behaviour.
Please start posting anonymously – your entry will be published after you log in or create a new account. It worked fine few times had to restart alsa but could play 5 sources simultaneously if I wanted and all worked prior to updates. Also, if you could test the latest upstream kernel available that would be great. Nanocom alex-nanocom wrote on Dec 31 ’17 at Uninstalled pulseaudio, restarted, deleted.
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Maxime Wojtczak max-gyver wrote on I can confirm that the following hardware does not work out of the box on Ubuntu 9. CA [CA], device 0: So I can not run the apport-collect command above – unless this can be done off line and manually uploaded on a different pc.
Invalid argument [ 9. Ok Ondoho, I read the two links you put at the end of your post. July 12th, 5.
It was gnome-alsamixer that led to me finding it, as it was a tick box, I unticked it crfative mutes the channel and hey presto started working. There is no sound output. I centered the slider and that solved the issue.
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Then save the config by running: I have the native audio disabled in Nadia. Got the same problem. Email me about changes to this bug report. Module snd-ca not found. I think lspci sees the hardware even if it has been disabled. Looking in that tab I found that there was no information, which I believe was accounted for by my having disabled all of the computers internal audio in the BIOS.
[ubuntu] No sound on Ubuntu – Creative Labs CA Soundblaster
The reason I installed the sound blaster is because the onboard audio is faulty. When I open the volume control I can see the following: Hi Liam, Please be sure to confirm this issue exists with the latest development release of Ubuntu. Originally Posted by Sofox.