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if you have such a card besides your (onbaord?) i8x0 (? CHx/model), the later will get another resource/device. so the mixer of the second card will be the second alsamixer. same with pcm - alsa's second pcm, ...
i solved this problem but not permanently
after every loghin my alsamixer si reset ( sound off all)
so i've to raise my volumes every time
so.. what shoul i do to make my volumes sets penmanently
also when i give alsamixer and give ctrl+/ in window
-----( / from right on numLock)
apears listed /proc/asound/cards/ like
card 0- tv tuner
card 1- real soundcard
i suppose i have to switch this 2
or probably to modify a config file to load alsamixer for my sound card at startup
try changing order first. this can be done with your alsa configuration.
there should be a mixer program with alsa, saving your current mixer settings into a file at shutdown and reload it on bootup. if there is none such - consider using setmixer and other programs that can do this or simple put a line to set the mixer in a suitable bootupscript.
example "/usr/bin/rexima vol 100 -d /dev/mixer1"