[LAU] disabled onboard soundcard - uninstall drivers?
lazylew at gmail.com
Fri Dec 5 06:46:40 EST 2008
As far as I can tell all controls are unmuted and with sliders at least
In System-Preferences-Sound-Devices all are set "autodetect" except:
Sound Capture --> ALSA and
Default Mixer Tracks --> CAO106 'Alsa Mixer)
The mouse-over pop up of the Volume Control reads: Analog Center/LFE: 86%.
In the volume control (CAO106 Alsa Mixer) there's 2 tabs:
Playback --> IEC958 Front
Recording --> Line In _ Microphone
In Menu-File (change device) I have:
- (marked) 0: CAO106 Alsa mixer
(following ones all unmarked)
- 1: mixer OO (OSS)
- 2: Playback: ALSA PCM on front: O (CAO106) via DMA (PulseAudio Mixer)
- 3: Capture: Monitor Source of ALSA PCM on front: O (CAO106) via DMA
- 4: Capture: ALSA PCM on front: O (CAO106) via DMA (PulseAudio Mixer)
In Menu-Preferences "select tracks to be visible these 3 are marked:
Line In, Microphone and IEC958 Front
There's a whole bunch there unmarked: phone, IEC958 (variants: Center/LFE,
Rear, Unknown), Aux, Analog (variants: Center/LFE, Front, Rear, Side,
Source), Capture Feedback, Digital Source, Shared Mic/Line.
That's probably too much info, but I hope the wrong setting is detectable
On Fri, Dec 5, 2008 at 2:48 AM, Roger E <gurusonic at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ludo Beckers wrote:
>> (Ubuntu Hardy)
>> Having problems with my new soundcard Audigy (Creative Soundblaster) with
>> recording through the microphone. Playback for .wav, ogg, etc. works good.
>> I can't record in Sound Recorder nore Audacity nore use it with Skype.
>> The Volume Control is a mystery to me because there are too many strange
>> meaningless names (LFE and "front end" and much more).
>> I disabled the onboard soundcard in the BIOS, but read something on Google
>> about disabling the drivers for it too might be a good idea.
>> How do I find which and where those drivers are? and does it make a
>> difference uninstalling them?
>> The volume control is probably the answer. In the Input section, make
> sure Mic and Capture are unmuted with the volume sliders raised.
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