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I have Fc5 installed(fresh) on my laptop.... I have hda intel sound card..the lspci output shows that the card has been detected?!..and my modprobe.conf file too an has entry for hda-intel...
but alsamixer doesnt show up a master volume controller..it shows onlyheadphoes,PCM,Mic and Line..
I have my default device set to HDA-intel(gnome-volume-control->File->Change device -> HDA-intel)..the other option being Realtek ALC260 (OSS Mixer).....i have made sure all the tabs that are shown in the volume controller unmuted...
The FC4 supplied ALSA driver recognised the card, installed correct, and appeared to work in all aspects, except for the problem that there was no sound. I downloaded alsa-driver-1.0.11.tar.bz2, built and installed (which was painless). I now have sound!
I don't seem to be able to control the master volume properly, it's either on or off. But everything else works fine.